The small, white dog looked older, disoriented, and injured. More than anything, he looked out of place, wandering alone down such a busy road. Kent County Paramedic Raven Miller, headed home from work, knew she had to help. She ended up saving a life....
Exciting holiday news: the HSKC has partnered with Odie & Board to offer these handmade walnut ornaments! Each one purchased will raise $5 for The Humane Society of Kent County to help us save more animals – so pick yours up today!
October 16th is National Feral Cat Day, and you can celebrate these feistier felines by ensuring that your own cats are spayed or neutered, or by adopting one of our Barn Cats who - as you can see - often hardly warrant the term 'feral' at all!
The HSKC Shelter is full this September, but so are our hearts. Click through to watch as our amazing pups take a calm minute out of their day to enjoy some music courtesy of HSKC Volunteer & Outreach Manager JP Hooker.