The GTHS Happy Tails Blog
This stunning girl is BEATRICE. BEATRICE was found as a stray and brought to GTHS to find a loving home! Being found as a stray at only 1 years old, it’s possible this sweet girl has never had a home before, or a family to love her. Based on this, little BEA is a bit shy and being shy in the big cat room means BEA is often overlooked. BEATRICE is now the 2nd longest term resident here at GTHS…
Dear Friends & Supporters of the Animals,
As the snow begins to fly, it is undeniable that the holiday season is upon us! The year is winding to an end and the shorter days allow for a period of reflection and pause. This time of year fills my heart with a huge amount of pride and love for the GTHS team and the work that we do.
This time of year makes me so grateful to our supportive and generous community.
We are currently recruiting for a full-time Volunteer Coordinator. This position is responsible for coordinating, administering, documenting and maintaining an effective and comprehensive Volunteer Program for the Georgian Triangle Humane Society. Communication, internally and externally, will be a critical component of this position.
Thank you so much to all of the community members that helped make last night such an incredible success! The shelter was packed and the GTHS little Christmas tree was loaded with life-saving supplies for the cats and dogs. Everyone at the GTHS feels so humbled by the generosity of the Georgian Triangle community.
This little cutie patootie is Louise, a 4 year old Beagle/Pug mix who has been with us since August. Louise is a very happy, outgoing, ball of energy who loves going for hikes or playing fetch. LOUISE is looking for an active home, with no small kids or other dogs, as she’s still working on her manners. Right now, our little Louise is living with her foster mom and family, and she is making tons of progress, but sadly Louise has had very little interest and has been without a home for far too long; she’s longing for a human of her own….