Welcome to the Niagara Falls
Help the animals at the shelter by sponsoring a Cage -$25/mo or Kennel- $50/mo.
Thank you to our current sponsors:
Heather and Dennis Goodes
David and Sharon Baxter
Anik and Paul Larney
Matthew & Elizabeth Etherington
Indie and Alabama
Michael R. Edwards
Robert and Annie Biggar
Bob and Jane Moore
David and Julie Bacon
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday*
Saturday - Sunday*
*except for holidays
Easter WeekendThe shelter will be closed on Good Friday, April 18 and Easter Monday April 21.
THANK YOU PAUL TAPPAY AND PULP COMICS!What an awesome day at Pulp Comics! We had over 50 Superhero dogs, cats, ferrets and one bunny come to have their pictures taken! Please like Pulp Comics on Facebook and you can see the pictures and help vote on the winners for the 2015 Calendar! Our deepest thanks goes out to Paul Tappay for hosting this creative and exciting event that raised $726.00 for the Niagara Falls Humane Society!! We think Paul and Pulp Comics are the real Super Heroes!!!
Exciting new fundraiser!Kevin at Niagara's Humane Wildlife Removal has brought us a fundraiser that starts on April 1. All you have to do is look for Niagara's Humane Wildlife Removal" page on Facebook, and "like" it! If they get 1000 likes, Kevin will donate $1000 to the shelter!
Thank youA big furry thank you to Cora's at Niagara Square! They are very supportive of the work the shelter is doing in the community and are donating gift certificates and prizes for our upcoming events.
Spring Flower FundraiserBrighten up your Spring with beautiful hanging baskets and support the shelter!!
Steam cleaners neededThe shelter is in need of several steam cleaners. Steam cleaning is the best way to clean cages safely and thoroughly thereby preventing disease.
5TH ANNUAL TRIVIA NIGHT FOR THE NFHSTHURSDAY, APRIL 17TH
Have a Heart...Donate a Bed!
Coyote InformationJust a reminder that NFHS works with Coyote Watch Canada regarding the coyote population in Niagara Falls. We are a community that is committed to co-existence and we have a program through Coyote Watch Canada volunteers to help us address any issues of coyotes coming in to residential areas and keeping them at a safe distance. If you see a coyote or have a question or concern, please contact CWC directly.
EMPTIES FOR ANIMALSHmmmm wondering what to do with those redeemable bottles? Let us turn them into medications, veterinary care and food for the shelter animals!
Coyotes in the communityCoyotes, like other wild animals, sometimes come into conflict with humans.