Become a regular contributor and know you are helping all year long by having your donation charged to your credit card or deducted from your checking account on a monthly basis. Choose the monthly amount that best suits you: $10, $20, $50 or more per month and we will add you to our PAW PLAN donor page.
The FINE and the FURRY CALENDARS
The Humane Society of Rome is selling its INAUGURAL issue of “The Fine and the Furry” 2017 calendar featuring local fit bods and shelter pets. We paired these hulking men with sweet rescues to convey the idea that these animals need protection from the cruelty and indifference that exists in the world of discarded and abused pets. If that isn’t apparent to some, then we hope that they will appreciate the delicious eye candy!
This is your chance to support the Humane Society of Rome while seeing these shirtless models every day of the year in 2017. All money raised will benefit the Humane Society of Rome’s General Fund. This fund pays for the daily expenditures of the shelter including food, medicine, treatment and recovery therapy to animals who are brought to us homeless, abused and neglected.
TO ORDER YOUR LIMITED PRODUCTION 12×12 CALENDAR PLEASE FILL OUT OUR FORM HERE OR STOP INTO THE SHELTER TODAY!
The Humane Society of Rome is a not-for-profit organization serving the Mohawk Valley and surrounding areas since 1956.
We provide shelter, food and loving care to all unwanted cats and dogs.
We promote the adoption of rescued, abandoned, abused or neglected animals into safe lifelong homes.
Some of the programs and services we provide include:
- A safe haven for animals in transition.
- Serve as advocates for animals.
- Work to end animal overpopulation, cruelty, abuse and neglect.
- Educate the public on compassion and responsibility towards animals.
- Educate school aged children on the humane treatment of animals.
- Lobby to support Animal Rights Legislation.
To find the right new home for stray, abandoned, neglected, abused and owner relinquished animals.
Prevent cruelty to all animals.
Relieve suffering among animals.
Rehabilitate and convalesce injured and abused animals.
Provide humane education in regards to dogs and cats.