Shelter News

Calling all Westside cat lovers!

The HSEP's cats that reside at Westside Retail paw-tners need YOUR help!

What Does Your Pet Meme To You?

The Humane Society of El Paso is inviting you to participate in a pet meme contest! Join us starting August 22nd.

Hooray for Teddy!

Teddy was a special needs pup, rescued by the Humane Society of El Paso. She has finally found her fur-ever home, and the HSEP could not be more thrilled!

Thanks, Marshall's!

Huge “thanks” from the Humane Society of El Paso to the Basset Place and Sunland Park Marshalls teams for their generous donations. Both collected a vast amount of food, treats, toys, and more.

World Cat Day: What's TNR?

In these TNR programs, feral cats are trapped (typically with box traps), taken to a local veterinary to be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and eartipped, then released back into the neighborhoods from which they came. TNR is an incredibly important program to execute in communities. It not only controls and eventually decreases the feral cat population, and has been proven to be the most successful method to do so, but also balances the wants of the human community as well. People want more humane ways to deal with the feral cat problem; TNR is the answer.

24th Annual Mission Chevrolet Re-cap

Patient Pits

Their patience is running thin!

Thanks, Troop 65904!

Tremendous gratitude goes out to Troop 65904 for using their cookie money to help rescues at the HSEP!

Shiloh, the "shelter dog" is adopted!

Shiloh has been the voice of rescue animals in the community and the face of the Humane Society of El Paso since January. Recently, however, management at the Humane Society of El Paso decided the best way for Shiloh to represent shelter animals is to live out the ultimate goal: adoption!

Young animal lovers make a big difference

Wednesday, May 17th, the HSEP was visited by two groups of students who conducted donation drives at their schools. The Humane Society of El Paso is overwhelmed by the students’ passion to help out, and by all of the hard work they put in. It is not often that kiddos of such young ages do so much for their community, and for the homeless animals within it.

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