The Central Alberta Humane Society proudly adopts over 600 animals each year to caring forever homes. This is a selection of the stories shared by their rescuers. Thank you for choosing to adopt. Your gift gives life and hope to the homeless, unwanted animals who may not have had another chance if it wasn't for your commitment to care for them.
Hello Everyone! Just wanted to give a "Girlie" update! What a beautiful and delightful gal! Yes, full of energy but settling in very well! She has met the cat's and although interested in perhaps a chase ... the cat's are wise to dogs and so Girl
So this is Cuda, his name was "Scamps" before you handed him over to me. I've spent just under a year with Cuda and I've never had a better couple months in my life. This dog is like a child to me, I hardly ever leave home without him by my side,
I just wanted to update you guys on Roxy. We adopted her from you guys on October 27, 2013. She has made a wonderful addition to our family and we are so happy we were able to adopt such a wonderful cat! Keep up the great work you do for our comm
At the beginning of December, we found a lost report online (on Edmonton Kijiji) for a dog that looked very similar to one of our dogs. The lost add stated that their beloved dog, Brutus, had been missing for 4 months. Brutus went missing from th
We had recently moved into a new house. It felt sterile and empty. Out in the middle of the country, I was now far away from my childhood pets at my parent's house. We adopted Amethyst, who we renamed Zed after she picked us. I liked that there w
All of the animals that come into our care are special. Hilda was no exception. Her beautiful eyes and quirky personality made her a staff favorite. Hilda resided in shelter for more than 3 years waiting for a forever home, she became the office
Just a quick little note to let you know that I have adopted Maxwell - renamed Quake to remind him of his destiny - from your facility. Quake has been doing extremely well and has now his disaster work and wildness search National certifications.
The Central Alberta Humane Society is an adoption Centre dedicated to the re-homing of unwanted, abandoned and stray companion animals. We work primarily within the Central Alberta region, but also provide support to our Northern and Southern partners. CA Humane is a maximum adoption facility. Read more