20,000 pets were relocated through Project Recovery.

Making a difference across the state, New Mexico Animal to Human There are many programs and initiatives to help homeless pets find loving families. One of the shelter’s programs is Project Fetch, a partnership that takes pets from overcrowded shelters across the state and rehomes them to animal humans.

In November 2023, the program reached a major milestone: the 20,000th pet entered care at Animal Humane from Project Fetch. Gavilan, a 2-year-old Siberian husky mix, was the 20,000th transfer and came from the Humane Society of Lincoln County.

Animal Humane’s project is to raise $20,000 to support animal care and rescue at Fetch. To donate to the effort, Click here.

Animal is Human’s Adoptable Pet of the Week. Serafina. Serafina is an almost 3 year old terrier and pit bull mix. He loves hugs, cuddles, kisses and belly rubs. The cute girl is about 60 pounds and is almost all muscle. Seraphina would do best as a pet alone, but Animal Humane is always open to meet and greets with existing pets to see if a family is the right fit. To learn more about Seraphina, Click here.

Serafina resides in New Mexico

To view adoptable dogs at Animal Humane, Click here. To see cats for adoption at Animal Human, Click here.

Animal has man. Central location on Virginia Street And his Westside Center on Coors Boulevard. The shelter is open seven days a week from 10 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 5:30 pm.

For those who want to get involved but are unable to adopt, Animal Humane is always accepting donations, supplies and volunteers. To learn more about support opportunities, Click here.

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