What's Happening at HSOY
ATTENTION YUMA COUNTY RESIDENTS
AND CITY OF YUMA RESIDENTS!
HAVE YOU LICENSED YOUR PETS YET?
If so, thank you! If you have not, the Humane Society of Yuma wants to remind you that you are required by law to license your pets. To avoid late fees, possible fines and to help get your pets home quicker if they are lost, please ensure your pets are current with their license and rabies vaccination. You should also have your pet microchipped.
We offer this for FREE!
See the Humane Society of Yuma’s schedule for rabies vaccination clinics throughout our community. Please note all clinics are subject to change.
Did you know that HSOY pays $7,280 a month to APS for electricity? The electricity bill is one of the largest expenses for the organization and to reduce the cost, the Humane Society of Yuma went forward with a solar project. In late December, Eckard Commerical Construction Inc. completed the first part of the installation of the solar panels on the roof of the Humane Society of Yuma.
Our first ever event partnering with Yuma Art Center for Pawblo Pawcasso: An Animal Experience was a huge success!
On Friday, August 10th a closing reception and silent auction was held. Pups and their humans in attendance viewed animal-themed artworks from talented artists and had the opportunity to bid on one-of-a-kind pieces donated by local Yuma artists.
The Humane Society of Yuma and Buffalo Wild Wings – Yuma partnered up for the entire month of July to raise money through dedication paws.
Giving up ownership of a pet can be difficult and if you dread the idea of bringing your pet to the animal shelter, Adopt-a-pet.com wants to help. All adoption fees collected by Adopt-a-pet will be donated to the Humane Society of Yuma, when you use the following link. rehome.adoptapet.com/r/73424
The Humane Society of Yuma has partnered with Adopt-a-pet.com to set up an alternative re-homing method to surrendering your pet to the shelter.
Raining Cats and Dogs.
It’s the perfect storm; it is raining cats and dogs at the shelter. May is historically one of the most difficult months of the year for the Humane Society of Yuma. We are 23 days into May and have received a total of 649 animals since May 1st. 26 cats and 6 dogs came in, Tuesday morning just within the first two hours of operation. Since 2012, the average intake in May is 945.5 animals, with an overwhelming emphasis on cats and kittens entering the shelter. As of May 1st, 2018 we have taken in 421 cats and kittens for an average of 19 cats per day.