A New Focus
The Prince William Humane Society is excited to launch a brand new endeavor. We will be refocusing our mission towards keeping pets in loving homes and protecting the most vulnerable lives who do have to enter shelter environments. We will do this by:
expanding our reach of the PAWS Fund by supporting the care of injured and sick animals who enter shelters and rescues throughout the state of Virginia, and potentially beyond,
strengthening our Fur-ever Together program to keep animals out of shelters by working with outreach groups to assist pet owners to keep pets with their people and in loving homes,
using our social media platforms to shine a light on animals needing homes all over the state, amplifying the message of smaller rescue efforts and providing a bigger network to feature their adoptable pets.
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Homeless animals support network
Injured and sick animals find themselves at shelters and rescues all over Virginia every day, through no fault of their own. Sadly, most organizations don't have the funds or resources to care for them.
Our support network will offer the funding so desperately needed to give every animal a fair chance at a new life.
CAT AND DOG FILM FESTIVALS
Are you looking for a break from the bummer that is pandemic life? We have the answer for you: Cat and Dog Film Festivals! And the best part is, 10% of your ticket purchase will come back to us!
The Dog Film Festival and Cat Film Festival are coming to the Alamo Drafthouse. The Cat Film Festival will be the evening of December 6th and the Dog Film Festival on December 13th at the Alamo Drafthouse Potomac Town Center.
The Festivals are each made up of short films (animated, documentary and also narrative movies, with actors) that celebrate the cats or dogs who share our world. The festival is designed for adult audiences but can be enjoyed by all members of the family.
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