Home at Last Humane Society's Animal Care Project

by Home at Last Humane Society


This project will help care for homeless animals in the Mid-Columbia region of Oregon and Washington. Each year, through no fault of their own, over 1,000 homeless dogs and cats enter into our care. Our goal is to love them into their new forever home. Home at Last Humane society provides spay/neuter services for homeless animals in our shelter as well as other area shelters and for our community members. Home at Last is a small shelter doing big things!
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Each year there are over 1,000 companion animals in our area who become homeless. Home at Last is dedicated to caring for these animals until they find a new home. Home at Last Humane Society is a High-Save shelter meaning that no companion animal will be killed simply because it is homeless. Home at Last is also dedicated to ending pet homelessness by providing spay/neuter services for our community.


Your support will help provide loving care to the homeless animals in our care. Your support will help provide low cost spay/neuter services to help end companion animal homelessness. Your support will ensure our ability to find wonderful new forever homes for the animals at Home at Last. Your support will save lives.

Long-Term Impact

Homeless animals in our community will find caring forever homes. Spay/Neuter services will reduce the amount of unwanted animals.



Organization Information

Home at Last Humane Society

Location: The Dalles, Oregon - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.homeatlasths.org
Project Leader:
Kathy Norton
The Dalles, OR United States
$9,331 raised of $25,000 goal
154 donations
$15,669 to go
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