CORINNE — The Humane Society of Northern Utah has acquired an existing cat sanctuary that will serve as a “no-kill” facility while cats await adoption.
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SALT LAKE CITY — In an effort to give cats the best chance at adoption possible, the Humane Society of Utah has opened what it calls a one-of-a-kind facility for felines: Kitty City.
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SALT LAKE CITY -- The Humane Society of Utah has found yet another innovative way to bring in the funds they so desperately need to stay in operation, and they’ve partnered with a pet food company to create a funny video and launch a contest featuring one of the oldest debates out there: cats vs. dogs.
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SALT LAKE CITY — The Humane Society of Utah announced Thursday that, for the first time in their 55-year history, they had achieved “no-kill” statistics for both cats and dogs.OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Humane Society of Utah officials have announced that the organization achieved no-kill status for cats and dogs in 2015 for the first time in its 55-year history.Washougal — The West Columbia Gorge Humane Society has 30 new cats up for adoption from a humane society in Utah. It’s the third group of cats West Columbia has received from Cache Humane Society in Logan, Utah, this year after the shelter sent 29 cats to Washougal in January and 30 cats in March. “These transfers have been so successful, we arranged to take in more cats,” Cathi Wright, volunteer manager with West Columbia, wrote in an email. The cats flew into Camas on June 23 and were brought to Washougal. The cats were delivered with the initial vetting already done, and have been spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and received parasite control treatment, according to a release from West Columbia. The pilot and plane for the trip came from Dog Is My CoPilot, Inc., a nonprofit that flies groups of animals to areas where they are more adoptable.My recent visit to the Humane Society of Utah revealed vastly different digs for the resident cats. A few years ago, funded by cat lovers’ donations, the Humane Society built Kitty City, a paradise for cats that’s the next best thing to a forever home. Most cats live in “condos”—double-wide kennels that often house more than one resident. But they don’t just languish there. They also get to visit big playrooms with elaborate climbing structures, comfy beds, lots of toys and plenty of feline and human companionship.