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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


*except for holidays
(holiday hours below)

hours of operation

Sunday July 5

Due to unforeseen circumstances the shelter will be closed today.
Raffle Winners

Raffle Winners

Below are the winning ticket numbers for our first annual Feline Frolic Raffle! If your number is on the list please stop by the Adoption Centre this week to claim your prize. We will be open for pick up Today June 30th until 7:00 pm, July 1st 11:00 am -5:00 pm, July 2nd 10:00 am-9:00 pm, July 3rd 10:00 am - 9:00 pm or on Saturday July 4th 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. All winners will be notified with a phone call as well to confirm pick up. Thank you for everyone that came out and supported us! Look out for the next raffle happening in November!
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Tea Party July 19

Tea Party July 19
New event!

Come and have tea with us! On July 19 we are having a tea party. A luncheon of delicious scones, sandwiches, petit fours and several varieties of tea will be available. There will be live music and a door prize too.

Tickets are $30 and available by contacting Shannon at 905-371-6162 or by emailing her at

Help us make this new event a big success. All proceeds will be used to help the homeless animals in our care.

It's back!

We're planning our Wiggle Waggle Walkathon event for Aug 9. Stay tuned for more details. Plan to get involved!


Animal Noises Music Festival, taking place on August 29th, 2015 on the beautiful 7-acre Humane Society property on Chippawa Parkway. From noon to 11pm there will be music from local and out-of-town bands like: Low Animal, Whitney Pea, Majora, drftr, Honsi and many more. There will be food, licensed drink, games, yoga on the grass, vendors, appearances from local beloved animal rehabilitators and educators Reptile Kingdom and Bird Kingdom.

Bring your frisbee, your lawn chair, your kids, your grandma, and your dog (on a leash… the dog, not grandma.) There will truly be something for everyone - and all for a fantastic cause.

Many of you will be planning to attend some festivals this summer anyways - why not attend one that contributes to the well-being of your community´s homeless furry citizens?
Can you help?

Can you help?
Supplies needed

We are currently in need of :

Large Metal X-pens ( We need a few of these)
Office Supplies
Cat toys/treats
Laundry Soap

If you can donate any of these items please drop them off at the main shelter. If you cannot donate but would like to help , please spread the word so we can get these items to help the animals in our care.
Thank you !

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