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Cat-tastic Summer Pawty

Summer is upon us and that means we are getting closer to one of our favourite festivals of the year, the Cat-tastic Summer Pawty Adoption Event! In our 3rd year of hosting this great event we are brainstorming some exciting … Continued

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Youth Clubs

There are three different ways that youth can become involved in helping animals for all ages! Our Youth Involvement Opportunities are a fun way to interact with the animals and learn leadership, compassion, care and respect. Registration opens on Monday, July 20th but click the link below to learn more.

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Apply for a Career

Wondering how you can help Calgary Humane Society? Why not apply to work for us? We have a number of job posting that could be perfect for you no matter what skills you possess or your availability. Brush up your resumes and apply to help the animals, today!

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CHS Alum Cash

CHS Alum, Cash

Just wanted to give you an update on Cash, who came home with us in September last year. He has settled in nicely at our home. He runs about 5 km everyday and has grown bigger and stronger because of it. He is so smart and everyone who meets him tells us how lucky we are to have him! And we agree and think that Cash likes having us as his people!!

Cash’s Mama

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Connecting lives since 1922

Calgary Humane Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was incorporated in 1922. At that time, the Society’s mandate included the protection of children, homeless people as well as animals. Today, Calgary Humane Society is the only organization providing a service under the Animal Protection Act in Calgary. Calgary Humane Society continues to work for the animals with the aim of preventing and suppressing cruelty and sheltering more than 6,000 homeless animals each years.

Featured Animals



Hi, I’m Frodo, a corn snake with great deep orange and brown coloration, no pale skin for this guy.  Corn snakes are by nature calm, so I may be a good pet for the novice snake owner.  As with all … Continued

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Hi there, I’m Chocolate, a cute young abyssinian guinea pig who really likes to talk. I am always chattering away to other guinea pigs, so it would be great to have a friend to talk to. As you can tell … Continued

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I just want to love you! Once your my best friend it will be hard to remember what life was like without me, mostly because I will want to be as close to you as possible. I love cuddles, snuggles … Continued

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Hi there my name is Fluffy! My paw-fect family will be breed-experienced and breed-knowledgeable dog owners. Wise and mature – that’s how I prefer my family so please ensure my home is adult-only. I am more of what you would … Continued

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Protection & Investigations Series Part 1: Hot Cars

Protection & Investigations Series Part 1: Hot Cars

The Protection and Investigations Department responds to 1200-1500 concerns annually, dealing mainly with: Abuse, neglect, cruelty and abandonment. To help the public have a better understanding of what cruelty and neglect is in Alberta and what exactly our Peace Officers … Continued

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