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Welcome to the Niagara Falls
Humane Society

The Niagara Falls Humane Society helps find loving homes for unwanted and mistreated animals, as well as trying its best to reunite lost pets with their rightful owners.

The NFHS provides a safe haven for pets in limbo, before they are placed in a new home. The Society tries to alleviate the suffering of all animals and to eliminate euthanasia as a method of population control for pets. At the NFHS, no healthy adoptable animal will ever be euthanised.

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Our Sponsors

Help the animals at the shelter by sponsoring a Cage -$25/mo or Kennel- $50/mo.

Thank you to our current sponsors:

David and Julie Bacon

Laurie Cooke

The Dallman Family

Hether Deans

Matthew & Elizabeth Etherington

Heather and Dennis Goodes

Greendale Public School

Lisa Maroney

Laurel Minnes

Bob and Jane Moore

Schuman Family

Dave Thorpe

Judy Vent

Westmount School

our sponsors
hours of operation

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday*
10am - 4:30pm

Saturday - Sunday*
11am - 3:30pm

Emergencies and
confined dogs

24hrs

*except for holidays
(holiday hours below)

hours of operation
Can you help?

Can you help?
The shelter needs some donations

We need non-clumping kitty litter and uncoloured cat food. If you can help, please bring your donation to the shelter.
THANK YOU LEAH!

THANK YOU LEAH!
BEAUTIFUL DONATION

This is Leah and she ROCKS for the animals! She came in today with a beautiful donation for the animals including well over $700! At a recent birthday she challenged her friends to make a donation instead of bringing her gifts, and they stepped up to the plate! Thank you for such a lovely selfless gift, Leah, you are amazing, and inspiring.
Coyotes in the community

Coyotes in the community

Coyotes, like other wild animals, sometimes come into conflict with humans.

Since migrating to Ontario from the west over 100 years ago, coyotes have adapted well to urban environments and can now be found in both rural and urban settings. Changes in land use, agricultural practices, weather and natural food shortages may contribute to increased coyote sightings in your community.
click here to read more about how to keep safe in an encounter with a coyote

Coyote Sighting? Click Here