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
THANK YOU AUDREY!The NFHS would like to thank Audrey who donated cat and dog food to the niagara square last night. She raised the money for the donations by selling loom bracelets.
THANK YOU 5TH NIAGARA BROWNIES!The NFHS would like to thank the 5th Niagara Brownies for visiting the Cat Adoption Centre, spending some time with the kitties, and for their generous donation. What a great group of girls!
5TH ANNUAL TRIVIA NIGHT COMING SOON!We are looking for Teams, Trivia Round Sponsors, and Silent Auction and Door Prize donations.
Have a Heart...Donate a Bed!
COLD WEATHER POLICY FOR PETSWith regards to leaving dogs in cold cars, here is the official OSPCA policy: As stated on the OSPCA's website, you should never leave your cat or dog alone in a car during cold weather. Cars hold in the cold, acting like refrigerators which could cause your dog or cat to freeze to death. Although the issue is not as critical as a dog in a hot car, there are many factors that can label the dog as being in distress.
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.