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Most Needed Shelter Wish List Items

A few of our most needed items currently are:

Pate’ wet cat or kitten food (any brand)
Fancy Feast canned kitten food
Purina kitten chow
Large uncovered plastic cat litter boxes
Grain free dry dog food (any brand)
Non-clumping (regular clay) cat litter
Chlorox (unscented) bleach
Dawn dishwashing liquid
60 gallon heavy duty trash bags
Standard size (8 ½ X 11) white copier paper

Items may be dropped off at our shelter anytime during open business hours or shipped to our shelter:
Humane Society of Lebanon County
150 N. Ramona Road
Myerstown, PA 17067
Open Business Hours:
Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am to 4:30 pm, Wednesday 10 am to 6:30 pm

The Humane Society of Lebanon County is a 501c(3) non-profit organization.  Humane Society of Lebanon County relies on donations from the community and does not receive funds from the Humane Society of the United States.  Our shelter relies solely on generous donations from our community.

Thank you for supporting our shelter! We could not do what we do without the support of our local community!

Adopt A $10 Back To School Study Buddy!

 

Adopt A Back To School Study Buddy! August 29 to September 3! Adoption Special!

Felines, ages 4 years  to 9 years old, $10 adoption fee! Including  Sassy, Hemmie and Clara Belle pictured above!

Click here to see all of our adoptable animals or better yet, stop in our shelter anytime during open business hours! We have many friendly felines to choose from in this back to school adoption special!

 

Bear! Lebanon Daily News Pet of the Week!

Bear, a 3 year old neutered male Labrador Retriever/American Pit Bull Terrier, is the Lebanon Daily News Pet of the Week!

Click here to see Bear in action!

Bear can be described as super sweet and people motivated. Bear would do best in a family with children age 5 and older. Bear enjoys attention. Staff has noticed Bear calms down nicely with corrections. Visit lebanonhumane.org for details on our adoption process or stop in our shelter anytime during open business hours!

 

Corks and Bottles! Tickets still available!

There is a limited number of tickets still available at the shelter and at our thrift shop during open business hours!
Click here for complete details! 

Listen up folks who previously purchased Corks and Bottles tix on line! We will have a list of all those who purchased tix on line at the registration table! (paper tickets will not be sent to you) You can bring your email/receipt along with you, but its not necessary! Thanks for supporting this event! See you Saturday!

TNR Clinic – August 19

A TNR clinic for stray and feral cats will be held on Saturday, August 19!  Drop off will be between 9:00 am and 9:30 am.  Pick up will be between 2 pm and 4 pm (or earlier if staff calls once the cat is awake and ready to go home).

These TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) clinics will be low-cost spay and neuter clinics for feral and stray cats. The shelter takes appointments for TNR clinics via phone at (717) 628-1369, or by email at info@lebanonhumane.org. There will be 25 spots available per clinic, with spots being reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. No more than 3 spots will be reserved for a single individual per clinic. Cats must be brought to the shelter in a trap.

Cost for the clinics is $30 per cat, which includes the spay and neuter surgery and a rabies vaccine. All cats will be ear-tipped for identification purposes. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Additional services offered include a FVRCP vaccine for $10, a FeLV/FIV test for $20, and flea preventative and deworming treatment for $10.

Lebanon City Residents:

To report an area with a large population of unowned stray and feral cats, within the Lebanon City limits, please email: TNR@LebanonHumane.org. The HSLC and the City of Lebanon  have begun a partnership to address these areas of concern through TNR and re-homing services.

Recommended Low-Cost Clinics

While the shelter cannot at this time offer vaccinations or spay/neuter surgeries for the public other than what is offered in clinics, there are a number of low-cost veterinary services which the shelter does recommend to the surrounding community. Contact information for these clinics is listed below.

Greys and Strays, LLC
2686 South Pine Grove Street
Jonestown, PA 17038
(717) 304-9987

Pet Pantry of Lancaster County
26 Millersville Road
Lancaster, PA 17603
(717) 983-8878

No Nonsense Neutering
1-866-820-2510

Allentown
1044 N Quebec St, rear
Allentown, PA 18109

Reading
1500 Frush Valley Rd.
Reading, PA 19605

Quakertown
Bucks County SPCA
Upper Bucks Shelter
60 Reservoir Rd.
Quakertown, PA 18951

Mahanoy City
2 Pine Street
Mahanoy City, PA

Friends of All Animals
(717) 272-6466