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A Tiny, Terrified Dog Named Chili!

A Tiny, Terrified Dog Named Chili! Just imagine: you’re a tiny dog in a world of seemingly threatening giants, running loose for at least 2 months and terrified of everything. At just 8lbs almost everything is bigger than you. Your nervous system is in a constant state of fight or flight. You have to scrounge

Special needs pets can offer special joy!

Here at CHS we often have animals come in that have some kind of physical disability. At least that’s what the world would call it. They come in missing a limb, or an eye, or are deaf, blind or have some sort of sight or hearing impairment. Some animals even have multiple impairments. Many of

Unleash Your Heart Gala 2017

Join us for a spectacular evening out celebrating Cascades Humane Society! Saturday, September 9, 2017 5:30-10 p.m. Country Club of Jackson 3135 Horton Rd, Jackson $75 per person All proceeds benefit Cascades Humane Society. Tickets are limited and can be purchased at Party Attire Recommended. Sorry, pets need to stay home for this event.

We’re Expanding

Ribbon Cutting Thursday October 5, 2017 11am – 12pm Light refreshments will be served and tours of the facility (including the new space!) will be available.   “This is a very exciting time for everyone involved at CHS. This expansion has been a dream come true. We are looking forward to housing more animals and

2018 Calendar Contest Winner

The winner is Libby McCown! Congratulations! Thank you to all the participants! Every penny raised goes to help care for the animals at Cascades Humane Society! Here’s your 2018 calendar lineup: Here’s how the final votes shaped up. Libby McCown 1514 Gus Gus Kerwin 1465 Buster Snoops Nevins 1445 Spirit Lovell 1369 Tank Mays 1197

Lovely Lily: the Cat with the Frostbitten Ears

There are still many folks that still believe just because an animal has a ‘fur coat’ that it will fare just fine in any cold weather. This is so not true. The most vulnerable parts of a cat or dog’s anatomy are their paws, especially the toes and pads, their tails, and the tips of