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2019 E White Ave

PO Box 8847

Moscow, Idaho 83843

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Humane Society of the Palouse | Monday through Saturday, 1-6 PM | 2019 E White Ave, P.O. Box 8847, Moscow Id 83843 |      208-883-1166 | information@humanesocietyofthepalouse.org 

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Please call the Humane Society of the Palouse at (208) 883-1166 during business hours to make an appointment for volunteering, as we fill up fast. You can also email the shelter at information@humanesocietyofthepalouse.org for questions, but for up-to-date scheduling, please call the number above. 

 

For more information about what we need, please visit the Volunteer page.

 

Are you and a group of friends wanting to help HSoP animals?

Visit our Group Volunteer page for fun ideas for "do it yourself" projects!

 

How about some short-term fostering!
In preparation for kitten season, HSoP is seeking loving families who are interested in opening their heart and home to the sweet, homeless kittens of Latah County. Every spring and summer HSoP is overloaded with abandoned and homeless kittens needing a place to stay until they are old enough to be adopted to their furrever home, so we need your help keeping them healthy and happy until their big day!
If you are interested in helping those who cannot help themselves please visit our Foster Program to read about the program, and fill out a foster application. Completed foster applications can be dropped off at the shelter at 2019 E. White Ave Moscow, ID 83843, or sent in by email to operationsmanager@humanesocietyofthepalouse.org.
Once your application has been submitted and approved, we will contact you with our upcoming orientation dates!

Featured Feline
*Dumpling* 

Meet Dumpling! Who doesn't love dumplings?! He is a neutered male, Domestic short-haired, orange cat. Dumpling is roughly 8 years old, and is ready to find his forever home!
He has lived as an indoor/outdoor cat previously, so we believe he would be fine either indoor-only or indoor/outdoor. Dumpling loves to talk to you, and sing you sweet songs. He enjoys face and ear scratches, as well as lounging on the couch beside you.
Dumpling has been diagnosed with Hyperthyroid, which means his thyroid gland is overactive, so he needs medication to slow it down. It is a once daily medication that he will have to be on for the rest of his life, and his prescription will be about $50.00 for a one month supply.
A very kind cat lover, Cat Sitting Purrfection has donated the adoption fee for Dumpling, so he is ready to find his new home for sure!
Are you interested in this handsome fella? Come by and meet him anytime Monday-Saturday between 1-6 PM.

 

What to do if your pet goes missing.

Losing your pet is traumatic. Visit this page to learn more about what steps owners can take to aid in the speedy return of their pets.

What to do when you find a lost pet.

Alright, you found a lost animal and are trying to find their home.  This page contains information on what to do next.

Before your pet goes missing.

This page contains helpful precautionary actions owners can take to help aid in the speedy return of their pets should they ever find themselves away from home.

Is your pet missing? Please check HSoP Facebook page  and look at our "Stray" animal album. 

There are several lost and found pet groups on Facebook, we suggest posting your missing animals in those groups as well.

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Not ready for the long-term commitment of pet ownership just yet?