Oakville & Milton Humane SocietyEnvironment & Animal Rights
In 2020 animals were adopted in record numbers through shelters, purchased from breeders, even online. Now, the animals are being surrendered. Some people are returning to work while others are not able to financially care for their pets. Our Pet Food Bank grew from 1 to 8 locations quickly, supporting those families facing financial difficulties or homelessness. The Oakville & Milton Humane Society is almost at full capacity, other shelters are experiencing wait lists to surrender pets. Many of the animals need urgent medical care, and the dogs have not been properly socialized or trained so they require behavioural training.
Please give generously to OMHS, your community’s animals need YOU to be their voice during and after the pandemic.