November Pawsitive News
Happy Tails 😻
You may remember Ida, she was found wandering in a playground alone and a concerned citizen brought her to QHS. It was immediately noticed that her eyes were no longer functional. The veterinarian’s recommendation was that she have both eyes removed and we’re happy to report she healed beautifully and hasn’t missed a beat. Below is an update from her new mom!
“Just emailing to give an update on Ida. She has been home for a week and she walks around like she has been here for years. She always fills our days with lots of cuddles and playing and lots of laughs,
January 14, 2021
December Pawsitive News
Happy Tails 🐶😍
“Bella has settled into her new home wonderfully. We worked on lead training a lot in the first few weeks because she wanted to go every which way! Now, she loves going for walks down by the Kingston Waterfront. She also loves curling up on the couch with a cozy blankets and playing with her many, many toys (did we mention she’s a bit spoiled?) She’s not a huge fan of the mailman, but she has her favourite visitors including some of our friends in the neighbourhood. Given Bella’s past with dogs in her home, she’s still not great with other dogs she
January 14, 2021
QHS New Centre Scaled-down to Address Urgency
Belleville, ON – “Quinte Humane Society’s shelter is deplorable, overcrowded and unworkable – no more retrofits and repairs can be done to the building, the roof nor to the water well and the septic systems” stated Donna Endicott, Chair of the QHS Board of Directors. Basically, we are one flush away from having to evacuate. In that case, we would work with the OSPCA to determine care options for our animals should we have to close the shelter.”
The QHS Building Committee, comprised of volunteers who are industry experts, has been charged with the mandate to
January 12, 2021 - bveen
QHS Receives Major Bequest Gift for New Centre
QHS Shelter from L to R – Marilyn Lawrie, Donna Endicott, Andre Martin, Jodi Milligan,
Christian Jaehn-Kreibaum and “Nightmare” -
a sweet and affectionate Beagle ready to find his forever loving home.
Belleville – Thanks to the caring generosity of the late Ilse Huszka, the Quinte Humane Society is $244,383.47 closer to moving out of its current dilapidated, overcrowded and unworkable shelter.
“This gift is very touching for so many reasons, but especially because Ilse actually considered our poor animals in need and the urgency to find them a new home while making
December 22, 2020