The Wild Rose Humane Society has lots of new arrivals in our cat room that are ready for adoption! Because we have limited space, please be reminded that cats for surrender may be placed on a waiting list until spots become available. We encourage pet owners to view our Surrender a Pet page and consider the alternative options before contacting the WRHS to surrender their animal. If you still feel it is best to surrender your pet, please contact us at email@example.com or 403-335-8297 to speak with a member of our admissions team.
In order to accommodate an increased rate of surrender animals, we are in need of more foster homes. If you are interested in fostering, please reach out to us using the contacts above or visit our 'Become a Foster' page for more information.
A CHRISTMAS STORY
THIS SWEET LITTLE GIRL WENT HOME JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS. HERE IS AN UPDATE FROM HER NEW MOM:
Merry Christmas from Luna the Christmas kitty! She has made herself right at home. She is really coming out of her shell and is finding all sorts of mischief to get into lol. She has adjusted to her new home so well and our daughters have fallen in love with her. Thank you so much for all the care you gave her before she came to us!
JOIN THE WRHS
The WHRS is comprised of a dedicated, compassionate group of volunteers helping to make the lives of animals better. If that sounds like you, consider taking on one of the following positions: Development & Fundraising Director, Volunteer and Membership Director, or Education Coordinator! We would love to have you on our team! Go ahead and download any of the descriptions below for more information about each position! Those interested should send their resume and letter of introduction to firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteers that have a desire to join a committee or shelter care are always welcome to join by visiting the Volunteer page.
The Wild Rose Humane Society (WRHS) was born and established as a non-profit organization in 2007, when a group of passionate individuals came together to address the need for an animal shelter in central Alberta. WRHS believes that a shelter is a small fix for a larger problem: one that extends beyond providing temporary accommodation for homeless pets. Through our commitment to spay/neuter and other education programs, we hope to be part of the solution and finally reach the goal that is common to all shelters and rescues: no more homeless pets.
The Wild Rose Humane Society #13 Co-op Road Didsbury, Alberta T0M 0W0