[yoast-breadcrumb] Shy Cat Club Placement Program: How It Works The Humane Society of Walden is pleased to announce our Shy Cat Club Placement Program. We are looking for cat lovers who have a barn or other secure outdoor structure and are interested in adopting cats...
[yoast-breadcrumb] HOW TO KEEP YOUR PETS SAFE IN NATIONAL DISASTERS September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. Following are tips from the Humane Society of the United States on how to keep your pets safe in the event of a disaster. Start getting ready now ID...
Experts at the ASPCA offer the following summer safety tips: Dehydration: Pets can get dehydrated quickly, so give them plenty of fresh, clean water when it’s hot or humid outdoors. Make sure your pets have a shady place to get out of the sun, be careful...
2489 Albany Post Road | Walden, NY 12586 845-778-5115 [yoast-breadcrumb] Join us for our 3rd $5K drawing and cocktail party! Tickets on sale now! $50 per ticket-admits 2 to the party. Food and drink, silent auction and 4 chances to win! 1st prize- $5000,...
[yoast-breadcrumb] It is with a joyful heart, we would like to send out thanks from our Care givers, and Board members to each and every one of you! From the monetary donors, supply and food donations, the volunteers who donated their time and brawn to make this...
[yoast-breadcrumb] Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) causes a highly contagious and potentially fatal retroviral infection that weakens a cat’s immune system, making her susceptible to illness and secondary infection. However, exposure to the feline leukemia virus doesn’t...
Veterinarians will check a cat’s history, look for clinical signs, and possibly administer a blood test for FIV antibodies – testing is readily available. It should be noted that this testing identifies those cats that carry the FIV antibody, and does not detect the actual virus.
In contrast to ferals, a “stray” is a lost or abandoned cat who still retains his tame nature.
A dog whose body temperature rises to 107-108 degrees will within a very short time suffer irreparable brain damage – or even death.
Pets make such a difference in our lives; and they depend on us for everything.
We must do the right thing by them.
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The Humane Society of Walden is a no-kill, non-profit safe haven dedicated to helping stray and abandoned cats and dogs. Our animal shelter serves the communities of Montgomery, Walden, Maybrook, Crawford, Wawarsing, Shawangunk, and Mamakating, but will not turn away pets from across the country in need.
Humane Society of Walden
2489 Albany Post Road
Walden, New York 12586