Thinking of adopting a second cat? The following tips can increase your chances of establishing a peaceful, multi-cat home. Any pet requires weeks or months to adjust to changes in their environment and lifestyle. For that reason, first impressions Read more →
The Regina Humane Society would like to acknowledge that it received a property tax exemption for the 2021 tax year, for the site of the its planned new facility at 4900 Parliament Avenue, Regina. The Society qualified for the Read more →
A young kitten was found in late November by a grid road outside of Regina. He had been abandoned in a dog carrier with just some kibble randomly tossed in to survive on. Trapped in his plastic prison, he Read more →
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When he arrived on the first day of September, Legend was a sad-looking soul. His head and face were covered in scars and his nose was full of porcupine quills. He was missing part of one ear and had Read more →
The Regina Humane Society (RHS) is asking you to help make the holidays merry and bright for 165 homeless pets currently waiting to find their special someone in an adoption campaign aiming to send each one Home for the Holidays. What Read more →
Sadly, it is a scenario that the Society sees all too often. . . cats abandoned in vacated homes, in crates in back alleys, or as in the case of Billy, Bobby and Bandy, left taped in a cardboard Read more →