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Humane Society of Indianapolis seeks assistance in locating puppy stolen from shelter

UPDATE: Marlo the puppy is safe, sound and happy at the shelter once again. A 17-year-old boy turned himself in after his mother saw the story on the news about Marlo being stolen. Marlo, a two-month-old, neutered male black Retriever mix puppy, was stolen from the Humane Society of Indianapolis on Monday, December 7 at...
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2nd Stray of Christmas: Jeeves the Cat

Jeeves is the Second Stray of Christmas! He started out life as an abandoned, shy, feral kitten, but now he’s just a wild and crazy little guy who loves to climb to the top of his cat tree and give kisses. Read more about Jeeves the Cat and see more of the 12 Strays of...
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1st Strays of Christmas: Gretal and Sam

Sam and Gretal are the First Strays of Christmas! Adopt both of these couch potato TV stars for the price of just one adoption fee, and bring home double the love for the holidays – and get $25 off their adoption fee! Read more about them and see more of the 12 Strays of Christmas...
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Holiday Gift Shopping

The Humane Society of Indianapolis has everything you need to complete your holiday shopping! For the pet lover’s wish list: gift certificates good toward dog and cat adoption fees* and all of our products and services such as pet microchipping For your dog and cat: dog park, Canine Training School, and pet supplies such as...
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David Horth Pet Adoption Lobby dedicated

The area of the Humane Society of Indianapolis where dog and cat adoptions take place was officially dedicated as the David Horth Pet Adoption Lobby on Wednesday, December 2, 2009. David, outgoing HSI Board Chair, was surrounded by friends, family, staff, fellow board members, and representatives from the Indianapolis animal-welfare community. A plaque reading “The...
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Help us save 101 cats affected by virus

The spread of virulent systemic feline calicivirus (VS-FCV) has slowed at the Humane Society of Indianapolis (HSI), and the effects of the mutated virus, whose common strain is vaccinated for at the shelter, have lessened in intensity within the past day. We hope to save our remaining 114 cats after euthanizing 65 who suffered symptoms...
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Humane Society of Indianapolis takes action against feline virus

We’ve taken immediate action to stop the spread of virulent systemic feline calicivirus (VS-FCV), a severe and often life-threatening viral illness in cats, and have temporarily halted adoptions of cats at our shelter in order to reduce the spread of the disease and save the lives of as many cats as possible. Feline calicivirus (FCV)...
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Shop Online, Help Animals

Go to GoodShop.com or iGive, and every time you shop for gifts online or search the web, you’ll help our shelter animals! Simply designate “Humane Society of Indianapolis” as your chosen charity. And if you’re an Amazon.com shopper, check out our new Wish List, where it’s easy to buy much-needed items for our shelter while...
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Giving Thanks for Our Pets

The staff of the Humane Society of Indianapolis was asked to consider why we’re thankful and appreciative for the special place they have in our lives. Some of our answers are below; share yours on our Facebook page. Connie Swaim, Behaviorist When I went to the Humane Society of Indianapolis to adopt a dog in...
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First-Annual Face of Love Breakfast a Success

The first-annual Face of Love Breakfast was a great success! Thank you to the nearly 500 of our supporters who attended, and especially to our sponsors Harrison College School of Veterinary Technology and Crowe Horwath. Attendees heard stories about our animals and services and enjoyed a special video. Thanks to Pet Pals TV for producing...
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