January 5, 2018, TORONTO - "The arrival of biting winds, brutally cold temperatures and snow is putting some pets at risk," warns HSC Chairman & CEO, Michael O’Sullivan.
The kindness and generosity of caring people like you means The Humane Society of Canada can help even more animals during this Christmas Season and the Holidays. On behalf of the animals a heartfelt thanks.
VANCOUVER, DECEMBER 24/2017 - As families have for more than 50 years, children and their parents eagerly awaiting the arrival of Santa and his reindeer can watch them as they travel around the world spreading joy and Christmas cheer relying on the high tech folks at NORAD says The Humane Society of Canada (HSC). “That wonderful bond between Santa, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and of course Rudolph reminds us once of that special age old bond between people and animals, “ says HSC Chairman & CEO, Michael O’Sullivan.
Dear Friend of Animals,
If you have already made a donation to help sick, injured and orphaned animals at risk, we would like to thank you for your kindness and generosity.
If have not yet made a donation, please help us save just one more life.
We have very good news. A generous benefactor has agreed to triple your donation and we are coming ever closer to our goal of raising $ 50.000 to help even more animals.
Please make your life saving donation now and every $ 1 you donate will be matched by $3.
While it is obvious to most people, The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) is once again reminding the public that animal companions are sentient beings who should not be given as presents at Christmas - or any other time. Every time HSC Executive Director Michael O’Sullivan hears of someone giving a pet as a present, his blood starts to boil.
Family, friends, parties, decorations, food. Christmas can be a wonderful time of year. However, many of the same things that make the holiday season an enjoyable time for humans, make it a dangerous time for household pets and larger animals such as horses.