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Happy Tail: Captain

Captain is a very good boy who waited for his forever home from August until December of 2019. Enjoy this update from his new family! Well, Captain has truly been spoiled with treats. He is great at sitting and paw and even laying down for a treat. Greenies and peanut butter dog cookies seem to...
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IndyHumane Adds Talent to Medical Team, Promotes Three

We are excited to annouce the internal promotions and hiring of several members of our medical, clinic and shelter services teams. Dr. Janet Gray has been hired as staff veterinarian. Dr. Gray has practiced small animal and shelter veterinary medicine for 22 years throughout the Midwest. She holds her bachelor’s in zoology and doctorate in...
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Second Community Cat Dental Day

Our Downtown Clinic recently hosted our second dental day for community cats! Eight cats arrived in need of extreme dental work and our team made it happen. This is a HUGE benefit for Indy’s community cats who otherwise would be living out their golden years in extreme discomfort. Most of these cats needed several, if...
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Happy Update from Bruno’s new family!

“Bruno has made a very best friend, Ruby, she’s an 11 month old German Shepherd/Labrador. The day Bruno and Ruby met, they played for 3-4 hours straight, stopping only to drink water! Bruno loves sitting on your lap and giving lots of kisses. He loves going for daily walks with his Dad while Mom is...
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The Happiest Update from the Stickiest boy, Charlie!

“Hey IndyHumane, I wanted to send along some pictures of “Good Time Charlie” as he’s often referred to now. But at home he usually just goes by Chuckie. He enjoys long walks on the canal, singing at bunnies, Kongs with peanut butter, sitting on his special window watching chair, and snuggling with mom. Since he came...
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Natalie (now Rosie): a Happy Beginning

Natalie (now Rosie) is a senior pup who, in the spring of 2019, was repeatedly found as a stray. She had several medical issues, including large tumors across her body. Her previous owner finally admitted to IndyHumane that he couldn’t care for Natalie the way her aging body needed, and he never reclaimed this sweet...
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Raise a Glass to Raise Money for IndyHumane

IndyHumane’s young professionals group, Indy Professionals Advocating Animal Welfare (IPAAW) will host their signature fundraising event, Ales for Adoptable Tails, this Saturday, August 24. The event will take place from Noon to 3 p.m. at the Indianapolis City Market, in partnership with the Tomlinson Tap Room. The event benefits IndyHumane and the animal welfare organization’s...
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The importance of vaccines: $10 Lepto Vaccines through August

August is National Immunization Awareness Month and while this is not a super fun holiday, keeping your pets up-to-date on their recommended vaccinations and preventative care, is one of the most effective ways to keep them healthy and happy! Many diseases are spread through contact with other animals or a contaminated environment, vaccines provide your...
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IndyHumane’s Statement on Recent New York Declawing Legislation

the recent passing of New York legislation S.5532B/A.1303 which bans pet owners from declawing cats: “We applaud the efforts of New York’s state legislature on the passage of S.5532B/A.1303 into state law. Declawing is simply an outdated and unnecessary practice. This opinion has been part of IndyHumane’s ideology as an organization for years, and we...
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IndyHumane Receives Grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust

We are so excited to announce that IndyHumane received a grant totaling $208,000 from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust. The Trust seeks to help people in need, protect animals and nature, and enrich community life in metropolitan Indianapolis and Phoeni “IndyHumane serves 10,000 animals annually through a variety of services, including low cost spay/neuter surgeries, vaccines...
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