Humane Shelter Of Steuben County Recognized As No-Kill Shelter For 2022
By: Beth Swary - Tuesday, November 21, 2023

Provided by the Human Shelter of Steuben County

ANGOLA - The Human Shelter of Steuben County was recognized as a No-Kill Shelter by Best Friends Animal Society 2022.

In a statement online the shelter said, "This incredible achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team. This award reflects our unwavering passion, leadership, and never-ending dedication to creating a world where every furry friend has a chance at a happy and loving life."

The Best Friends Story

Back in 1984, a scrappy group of friends from far corners of the globe settled in a remote area of Utah’s high desert and took the first steps to forever changing the future for pets in shelters.

It’s the story of Best Friends, but it’s much more than the history of a spot on the map. This group of ordinary but passionate people believed that every pet has a story, too, each one worth saving, each life individual and important. Today, nearly four decades after they broke ground for a sanctuary in a remote region of the Southwest, achieving no-kill across the entire country is within reach.

More information about The Best Friends Animal Society, bestfriends.org.

Visit www.chssteubencounty.org/ to learn more about the shelter, discover how to donate and volunteer and see all of the animals up for adoption.


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