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Rex is only 8 months old and has already had a very tough beginning and it’s not fair because he is the sweetest guy. While living in a previous home, he was hit by a car and was severely injured. To the dismay of all animal lovers, he did not receive emergency medical care (or any medical care for that matter) and was, more than likely, in severe pain for a while. No animal deserves this. Fortunately, some caring community members convinced the
25th Anniversary Celebration – It’s been 25 years that we, along with YOU, our amazing community members, have been helping animals. Please join us to celebrate on June 25th.
25th Celebration Music, animals, raffles and more! Please join us!
Enter our pet photo contest today! Winners announced at our 25th Anniversary Celebration on June 25th!
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The Scituate Animal Shelter is seeking a highly motivated person with a positive attitude to fill the Volunteer Program & Operations Supervisor position. Are you that person?
We are so proud to have had Kara McInnis represent the Scituate Animal Shelter as a runner in the 2017 Boston Marathon. She worked hard to raise funds to help animals and did a remarkable job running. Thank you, Kara from all of us (including the animals) here at the Scituate Animal Shelter.
Meet Binx. He is a very lucky guy because someone had left him in a carrier on the side of the road. We received a call about a cat carrier being seen and when our dedicated staff member went to the site, sure enough, there was a cat inside. Sadly, it looks like Binx was in there for days because the carrier was filthy and there was no food or water. We immediately brought Binx to get medically evaluated and
Meet our little Chihuahua pair- Chico and Lulu. This loving pair came to us because their owner could not take care of them any longer. These two were absolutely the sweetest duo and they deserved all the love in the world. While they were in our care, we discovered they needed a great deal of medical attention. This included extensive surgeries: biopsies, mass removals, dental extractions, dental cleanings and both needed to be spayed and neutered. Lulu apparently had many litters and because