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Humane Society

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Our Mission

The Humane Society of Cambria County aims to provide a second chance for the abandoned, surrendered, and stray animals of Cambria County through the means of a no-kill philosophy and quality of life policy, our volunteer and foster programs, animal control services, a spay and neuter requirement, our veterinarian relationships, animal training assistance, a vetted adoption process, responsible pet ownership, and, most importantly, the human-and-animal bond.

Available Pets

Our Pet in the Spotlight

My name is Shy Shy! I am just 1 year old, spayed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines. I am considered special needs as I have tested positive for Feline Leukemia. Because of this, I am looking for a special home that can be my own home or a home with other Feline Leukemia Positive cats. My story started out sad when I was brought into the shelter as a new momma cat with kittens. Unfortunately, my babies could not overcome Feline Leukemia. But, now, I am ready for my second chance and hapy ending!

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Upcoming Events

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Subaru Loves Pets Adoption Event

Subaru Loves Pets Adoption Event

Oct 20, 12:00pm - Oct 20, 5:00pm+10Oct 21, 12:00pm - Oct 21, 7:00pmOct 22, 12:00pm - Oct 22, 7:00pmOct 23, 12:00pm - Oct 23, 5:00pmOct 24, 12:00pm - Oct 24, 5:00pmOct 26, 12:00pm - Oct 26, 5:00pmOct 27, 12:00pm - Oct 27, 5:00pmOct 28, 12:00pm - Oct 28, 7:00pmOct 29, 12:00pm - Oct 29, 7:00pmOct 30, 12:00pm - Oct 30, 5:00pmOct 31, 12:00pm - Oct 31, 5:00pm

Humane Society of Cambria County743 Galleria Dr ExtJohnstown, PA15904 Map

It's #SubaruLovesPets Month! And, to celebrate, Spangler Subaru has partnered with us to help find furever homes for our shelter animals awaiting their second chance ALL MONTH LONG!

Adopt a pet in the month of October, and receive a New Pet Parent kit while supplies last!

In addition, Spangler Subaru will donate $100 to the Humane Society of Cambria County for every pet adopted in the month of October to help even more pets find their home!

Check out our available pets here: www.cambriacountyhumanesociety.com/adopt/pet-listings/. And, complete your adoption application here: www.cambriacountyhumanesociety.com/adopt/the-adoption-process/#adopt
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“Even a little bit of time makes a difference for the animals.”

Volunteer!

Volunteer of the Month

Alyssa Averi began volunteering at the Humane Society of Cambria County in May of this year. While accompanying her family to adopt a kitten, a socially anxious cat caught her attention as the cat paced back and forth in her kennel. Alyssa decided at that moment that she wanted to get more involved to make a difference for this specific shelter resident and others just like her. She felt that she could relate to these animals and give them the time that they needed as she personally struggles with anxiety herself. So, she did just that. Alyssa has become a dedicated volunteer in our cat room, giving her time and attention to the ones who need it most. And, in August of this year, the cat that inspired Alyssa to volunteer found her home! Outside of the shelter, she works, sketches, games, and listens to music. She is also a proud fur mom of her Chihuahua, Mini. Alyssa has a way with all of our shelter cats, but especially with the less socialized ones. She approaches them in a manner that allows them to open up to people, ultimately, helping them to become more adoptable. Our cats are so very lucky to have such a compassionate individual spending time with them. They look forward to each and every volunteer shift with Alyssa because they know that they can simply be themselves. Thank you, Alyssa, for the difference you make!

We Need Your Help!

The Humane Society of Cambria County is a non-profit organization. That means we survive off of the support from people like you. Please open your heart and help provide our animals with the needed supplies on our wish list. Your furry friends thank you in advance!

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We appreciate all contributions from the community! Our ability to care for our animals comes solely from donations, fundraising, grants, and memberships. It is with your support we are able to care for the needy animals of Cambria County!

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Our Community Gives Back!

We would like to recognize and thank those within our community who go above and beyond for the Humane Society of Cambria County! Your act of selflessness is truly incredible and greatly appreciated by our staff, board of directors, and, especially, by your furry friends at the shelter. Because of people like you we are able to continue to provide our life saving efforts for the animals and pet owners alike in Cambria County!

We have something to fit all abilities, backgrounds, and passions! Ultimately, all of our programs aim to improve the lives of our animals here at the shelter. Consider getting involved!

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We three kitties are awaiting our furever home! 

Bambi, Ena, and Thumper were born in the shelter. Now, at 9 weeks old, they are ready for their furever home! 

Are you interested in adopting one of these kittens or our other adoptable animals? Please complete an adoption application here: https://www.cambriacountyhumanesociety.com/adopt/the-adoption-process/#adoptImage attachment

We three kitties are awaiting our furever home!

Bambi, Ena, and Thumper were born in the shelter. Now, at 9 weeks old, they are ready for their furever home!

Are you interested in adopting one of these kittens or our other adoptable animals? Please complete an adoption application here: www.cambriacountyhumanesociety.com/adopt/the-adoption-process/#adopt
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For Immediate Release: Dog Room Closed

PUBLIC NOTICE - Dog Room Closed UPDATE (August 12, 2021) The Humane Society of Cambria County has continued to observe symptoms of kennel cough within our dog population prompting an extended quarantine period. Our staff

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