In 2015, Circle of Friends Humane Society saw the highest number of incoming animals in the past four years. We rescued many animals that came from hoarding situations, as well as assisted many other counties and tribal lands in rescuing animals. We are proud to say that although we seen a vast increase in the number of incoming animals, we maintained the lowest number of euthanized animals we have had in the past four years.
In 2015, the total number of sheltered animals at Circle of Friends Humane Society was 2,028. The outcomes of those pets are shown below:
The 12 dogs deemed unadoptable were euthanized for the following reasons: 8 dogs were considered aggressive; 4 had untreatable injuries/medical conditions.
The 104 cats deemed unadoptable were euthanized for the following reasons: 92 had untreatable injuries/medical conditions; 12 were considered aggressive.
The Last Five Years
In the past five years, the overall number of pets entering Circle of Friends Humane Society has steadily increased. However, the number of euthanized animals has decreased each year. This is due to the hard work from the staff, volunteers, board of directors, and donors that support us year after year.
Circle of Friends Humane Society is a second chance for pets. We are committed to sheltering and caring for lost and unwanted animals, placing animals into humane environments, and implementing programs that increase awareness when it comes to the responsibilities of caring for animals.