You see examples of resourcefulness all the time here at the OHS: 50 cats admitted in one day? Put them in rabbit cages in offices. An unexpected discovery of pigs? Build a makeshift pen in our back dog run. Aging pipes burst? Put on toques and long underwear and keep cleaning, treating and feeding the animals.
|Overcrowding of cats|
|Piglets in the dog run|
|A day without heat!|
We all look forward to welcoming our community to a new facility; one of which we can be proud and where we will be able to house animals the way they should be housed. In the meantime, though, our staff and our volunteers endure, make do and find creative solutions, to help the animals that so desperately need us.