620-342-4477 hsfh@att.net

Welcome to the Humane Society of the Flint Hills

We Care About Animals (and we know you do too) Here’s another way you can help.

Now you can quickly and easily make a donation to the Humane Society of the Flint Hills using PayPal or a credit card.  It’s quick, easy, secure, and appreciated.

Thank you for your support!

This week’s Pets of the Week:

Bootsy

Meet Bootsie, he’s an adult male, neutered. He is handsome as you can see from his photos! Bootsie would do best in a house without kids or dogs. He does like to socialize with female cats, although he can be picky about who he socializes with. He loves attention but mostly on his terms. He’s independent but would love to have the house to himself or with a feline friend, then greet you when you come home from work. He would love to hear all about your day! He loves wet food and treats, even demands them!!! He has a great personality but can be a typical cat too. He does like to play, throw me my stuffed toy and I will go pounce on it!

11201152_1612831845596632_3800193507129982250_o

Wow, this poor boy just can’t catch a break. The first time we adopted out Calvin his owner became ill and was going to be in the hospital for a long period. The family brought him back.  His second family had a car accident out of town leaving a couple family members in the hospital.  Then he was adopted to a nice woman.  She said he was a good dog but her dog was not happy about a new family member and was mean to Calvin.  So, Calvin is now back with us. We won’t give up on him, he is a GREAT dog with some really bad luck.

Protection

How the Humane Society of the Flint Hills is working with local law enforcement to protect animals from abuse and neglect. >>Read More

Education

One of the ways that we help is through the education of pet owners and the general public. Education is the best prevention. >>Read More

Information

Our organization helps pet owners and prospective pet owners keep informed about the care and well being of their animals. >>Read More


 

Banner image courtesy of Dave Leiker http://www.prairiedust.net/