Dear Humane Society Friend,

We invite you to renew your membership or become a member with HSPC because of the difference we make together. We are proud of our long term commitment to being a no-kill facility, but even more so to the patience that comes with that. Injured, abandoned, stray, abused, transferred and surrendered describe the many animals that call our shelter home for as long as it takes. We work to heal the body and soul while making appropriate matches with new adopters. Please join us as we continue to turn around lives for good!

Here are two recent adoptions where patience and acceptance were the main ingredients…

Cullen was originally adopted from HSPC when he was a kitten. Unfortunately, he was picked up as a stray five years later and surrendered to another shelter. He was reunited with HSPC through his microchip. Naturally, his life on the street, move from shelter to shelter, and unknown history made him wary of humans. Our staff was patient and kind, but Cullen needed more to thrive. Recently, a very special lady came to the shelter just to see him. She returned several times to visit and each time a little more progress was made. Finally, she adopted him and every day he grows more confident as the unconditional love between them blossoms. Now, at 6 years old, Cullen is finally home.

Kelly, a shy but extremely sweet Lab/Spaniel mix, was found as a stray a year ago. Though she was always a shelter favorite, she was overlooked for adoption as she had a very noticeable difference in her walk. It did not affect her ability to run and play with other dogs or go for walks with volunteers who adored her. The clinic staff worked diligently to find a cause and a solution for the slight abnormality while treating her ear infection. Finally a family embraced her uniqueness and adopted her, wiggle-walk and all!

Please check out our membership options on the reverse side of this page and join us as we continue to pursue patience and acceptance for all animals in our care!

Debbie Howell
Board President

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Humane Society of Pulaski County
14600 Colonel Glenn Road
Little Rock, AR 72210

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Telephone: 501-227-6166