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Peterborough Humane Society Partnership

Peterborough Mitsubishi is a proud sponsor of the Peterborough Humane Society. As a completely dog-friendly location, Peterborough Mitsubishi found that it was only right to become a sponsor of Peterborough Humane Society in hopes that all of the animals that they care for find their forever homes.

Since opening in 1941 the Peterborough Humane Society has advocated for the improved life of all animals. Their mission is to improve their lives, alleviate suffering, provide a safe shelter and a place for healing. 

Peterborough Humane Society takes in approximately 3,000 lost, injured or abandoned pets each year and aims to find loving homes for every last one of them by facilitating adoption. 

More about Peterborough Humane Society can be found in their History

In December 2018 Michelle Ferreri & Dan helped transport a pitbull named Karma from Ontario to New Brunswick. In 2005 Pitbull's became illegal in Ontario so since then any Pitbulls in the province have been transported to New Brunswick or Halifax in order to be rehomed and to find the best life possible. General Manager of  Peterborough Mitsubishi Dan Choate borrowed a Mitsubishi Outlander to the Humane Society in order to get Karma to New Brunswick and since then they have started a partnership with the humane society and donated a Mitsubishi RVR to help with adoptions and running their organization.

Just Some Bunnies at the Peterborough Humane Society

The Cutest Pets from the Peterborough Humane Society

Visiting the Peterborough Humane Society

FEEDING HUNGRY CATS AND DOGS

LITERALLY A BUNCH OF PUPPIES YOU CAN ADOPT IN JANUARY!

HOW YOU CAN HELP THE PETERBOROUGH HUMANE SOCIETY

HELPING KARMA FIND A HOME

Just Some Bunnies at the Peterborough Humane Society

The Cutest Pets from the Peterborough Humane Society

Visiting the Peterborough Humane Society

FEEDING HUNGRY CATS AND DOGS

LITERALLY A BUNCH OF PUPPIES YOU CAN ADOPT IN JANUARY!

HOW YOU CAN HELP THE PETERBOROUGH HUMANE SOCIETY

HELPING KARMA FIND A HOME

There are many ways to help the Peterborough Humane Society.

Volunteers are the backbone of the organization and they are always needed. There are different ways you can volunteer your time for Peterborough Humane Society including joining their foster program, dog-walking, volunteering in their offices, and volunteering at various events and fundraisers for the humane society. 

If your company or business is looking to become a sponsor or help out the Peterborough Humane Society in different ways there are corporate opportunities available. 

The Peterborough is always accepting donations of cash, or items that can be found on their wishlist including pet food, gift cards, toys, cat litter and many more.

Their Wish List can be found here: https://peterboroughhumanesociety.ca/wishlist/

The Peterborough Humane Society operates as a non-profit charitable organization which means that they rely on the generosity of the community in order to provide the best lives to the pets in their care. 

Our Favorite Success Stories

The Peterborough Humane Society welcomes success stories from anyone who has adopted pets from their shelter.  Here are some of our favourites!

Sir Winston

Sir Winston, previously named Scooby-Doo was adopted in February 2015. He has found a loving home among his 4 human siblings spending his days cuddled up with them on the floor. 

Gizmo

Gizmo is what you'd call a failed foster, a loving family signed up with the volunteer foster program through Peterborough Humane Society and never gave him back. He spends his days playing fetch and hanging out with his family. 

Peterborough Humane Society Adoptables

The Peterborough Humane Society shares photos of their pets on their Instagram that are looking for their forever home and encourage everyone to come down and meet them. Here are some that are looking to meet you!

Cash

Cash is a fantastic dog that loves to cuddle and take part in puppy-like shenanigans. Cash may be 6-years old but he has tons of energy and will keep you on your toes. Cash is not good with other furry creatures and will need to be your only pet! Come visit the Peterborough Humane Society and meet Cash today!

Dracula

This Dracula isn't into sucking blood and he doesn't get burnt in sunlight. Dracula is a 3-year-old domestic shorthair/mix that will use his powers to get you to fall in love with him! Visit our adoption room to meet Dracula, he is patiently waiting to meet his forever family!

Follow Peterborough Humane Society on Instagram to see their adoptable pets.

Peterborough Humane Society

@ptbo_humane_society