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The Pat Culhane Legacy Circle Pat and her beloved Molly, adopted from Quinte Humane Society in 2015. Photo credit: House of Otis Photography.   The Pat Culhane Legacy Circle In recognition of her longstanding and extraordinary devoted passion for the people and animals in need, the Quinte Humane Society (QHS) is honoured to dedicate and name its new legacy program, The Pat Culhane Legacy Circle. “Pat was truly exceptional, like so many others who have left a legacy gift to QHS. Pat, however, was one of a kind” declared Donna Endicott, Chair of QHS Board of Directors. “She had such a deep and
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October Pawsitive News Happy Tails 😻 “Hi there! Today (November 14, 2020) marks the one year anniversary of adopting two feral cats from the QHS barn cat program. I have quite the unusual update for you! It is a little long but well worth the read (I tried to shorten the details as much as possible). We named our feral cats Chance and Alpha. I estimated they were around a year old when we adopted them (adults but not seniors). I kept them in our workshop over the winter months when I first got them in November 2019. This was to give me the opportunity to work with them and also to avoid releasing
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A Tribute to Pat Culhane The Board, staff and volunteers of the Quinte Humane Society are shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of Board member and animal-lover, Pat Culhane. Pat served on the QHS Board for six of the past seven years, at times as the Acting Chair. She was involved in many fundraising initiatives, a long-time donor and a staunch supporter of the need for a new facility. We will all remember Pat as a passionate champion for animal welfare, for her rich history in this community and for her love of animals. She will be deeply missed by all of us at the QHS! Image: Pat and her beloved
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October Pawsitive News Happy Tails “As promised I am sending and update on Cha Cha (now Harry) and Rumba (now Ruby). They are fitting in quite nicely.  Took a little longer for Ruby but they both now love lap time and lots of loving. They have grown quite a bit since we adopted them.  They are quite entertaining when they play and are very busy kitties. They are definitely bonded, they do most everything together and are never too far apart. They are completely adorable and we are so happy and grateful we could give them a home.” This brother and sister pair came into our care here at QHS in June
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Other News
Quinte Humane Society Appoints New Executive Director
September Pawsitive News
Announcement - Interim Executive Director
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Jason
August Pawsitive News
Sniff Your Own Adventure Edition
National Milk Chocolate Day
July Pawsitive News
Bottle Drive
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