Take a look at our 2018 Tails at Twilight Sponsors. We are so grateful of these socially conscious and generous businesses and individuals.
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It is that time again: Our annual Tails at Twilight Gala is October 20th from 6pm to 10pm at Hingham’s exclusive Black Rock Country Club. You won’t want to miss it!
There’s one night a year where simply enjoying a great meal at a local restaurant can help the animals of SAS. Our third annual Dine Out for Dogs & Cats takes place August 14th at 8 participating South Shore restaurants. These restaurants have already given us a very generous donation; now we ask you to dine with them that night. It’s as easy as that. Plus you’ll meet a former shelter dog at each venue from 5:30 to 7. Save the date (or better yet reserve a table) today!
Come on in and name your own adoption fee for our special (shy and sassy) cats.
We are really hoping to expand our business hours and make them more convenient to visitors. The end goal is of course to continue to increase our adoption numbers and connect people with a new family member. In order to do this, we need more, friendly, warm, welcoming volunteers for this area of work. Are you interested? Please visit our volunteer page to learn more. If you are able to help in this capacity, you will be directly responsible for
SAS is seeking a part time Animal Care Supervisor with animal handling and vet technician experience.
Your opportunity to feature your business or your loved ones by sponsoring the 2018 Tails at Twilight Gala.
Do you love cats?
Do you have two hours a week to help care for animals while they wait for a home?
Do you want to play a part in giving cats a comfortable and happy experience in the shelter while waiting for a new family?
We need your help.
Brew and fun AND you can bring your dog. Proceeds go to the Scituate Animal Shelter.
Dog friendly patio, raffles, proceeds go to support the animals of the Scituate Animal Shelter. What could be better than a few pints with your furry (well behaved) friend while supporting many animals?