“We adopted Pixie in October and she is the most delightful cat we could imagine”…Read more about Pixie here!Read More
Sometimes, you find love in unexpected places. Click to read more about Jakey’s story.Read More
Cat Stevens is the star of the show in her new home!Read More
Natalia, Nell and Luke are settling in to their cozy new home together.Read More
A Purrfect Place to Call HomeRead More
A note to WCHS from Lacey on her first birthday:Read More
I just wanted to write and let you know that after nearly two years, we are still so happy and grateful that we stopped in one day back in 2017. We had just let go of our 16 year old dog the night before and were on our way to Massachusetts for the day when I looked up your website and saw the photo of the one dog you had available: Costa/Max.Read More
We want to thank the folks at WCHS for allowing our family to sit down and meet puppies and dogs for an entire day. We were able to find the right fit for us without pressure.
On 2/24 we adopted Oatmeal from your facility. I wanted to send you a quick update, and hope you’ll share this email and pictures with your staff!
We did rename Oatmeal, so her forever name is now Abby, and she is an absolute LOVE! She has transitioned beautifully into our home and into our lives! She is loved so much here, and has shown so much love back!
Just wanted to share a photo with WCHS of my very special boy Wickford, aka Abbu.
Recently he has been by my side constantly including following me to the shower, however I found a way to keep him occupied while I do my morning routine. He is definitely my boy. We all love him a great deal
Little Sydney (now Coraline) is settling right in to her new home! She’s eating and drinking well, using the litter box, and doing great with my other cat, Narcissa. She’s as sweet as can be, and I love her so much already! Thanks for your help with the adoption. - S.B.Read More
The end of the year is a time for reflection and for giving thanks and we at Windham County Humane Society would like to take a moment to count our blessings.Read More
Many people think that a shelter is a sad place to be. Having worked at the Windham County Humane Society for almost 10 years now, I can say that days filled with joy and laughter far outweigh the rough days.Read More
We could not run the shelter and fulfill our mission without the tireless efforts of countless volunteers, and we thank them from the bottom of our hearts.Read More
So our family has very easily and excitedly welcomed the kittens into our home and it’s taken no time at all for them to settle in...Read More
Another success story:
"Patches is an amazing dog so happy that we adopted him. He has truly changed my family."Read More