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17 minutes ago

HOPE Humane Society

These babies came in on 4/17 from Fort Smith animal control. If any of these babies look familiar to you please come to the shelter to claim.

If you are missing a pet please come down to the shelter to do a walk through. We are open from 10:00-6:00.
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These babies came in on 4/17 from Fort Smith animal control. If any of these babies look familiar to you please come to the shelter to claim. 

If you are missing a pet please come down to the shelter to do a walk through. We are open from 10:00-6:00.Image attachmentImage attachment

18 hours ago

HOPE Humane Society

We want to wish a very happy birthday to one of our awesome clinic techs Cameron. We hope you have a great day!! ... See MoreSee Less

We want to wish a very happy birthday to one of our awesome clinic techs Cameron. We hope you have a great day!!

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Cameron is also a great cat whisperer. Happy Birthday!!

Happy birthday cam!!! Have a blessed day

Happy birthday Cameron

Happy birthday! So glad to have a dog whisperer at HOPE!! Did you actually share the cookie? Lol!

Happy Birthday Cameron!!! πŸŽ‚πŸŽˆπŸŽπŸŽ‰

Happy Birthday, Cameron, thank you for all you do to help our furry friends

Happy birthday enjoy your day

Happy Birthday!!! πŸŽŠπŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆπŸŽ

Happy Happy Birthday Cam!

Happy birthday!πŸŽ‚

Happy Birthday to the dog whisperer!! Hope you have s great day ❀️

Happy Birthday

Happy birthday Cameron

Happy Birthday! Thank you, for all you do! Your efforts are making such a difference, for so many.

Alright who gave Cam a whole cookie cake?? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ yall know he cant have all that sugar to himself.

Happy birthday ....

Oh no I think I got some of the num no way lol

21 hours ago

HOPE Humane Society

We love Eric Best and his fellow officers!#animalcontrolofficerapprecationweek
ERIC BEST

"This is Eric Best in Fort Smith, AR. Eric is one our trusted animal control officers that brings abandoned or lost pets to us at HOPE Humane Society. He is a gentle giant at 6'6" tall and has a huge heart for the small creatures he rescues daily. He always has a smile on his face and never has an unkind word to say about anyone. We appreciate Eric the gentle giant and his fellow employees in animal control."

#animalcontrolofficer #animalcontrol #petlink
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We love Eric Best and his fellow officers!

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My nickname for him is "Eric The Red". A very kind person.

23 hours ago

HOPE Humane Society

These babies were all brought in on 4/16 from Fort Smith animal control. If any of these babies look familiar to you please come to the shelter to claim.

If you are missing a pet please come to the shelter to do a walk through to look for your missing pet.

We are open from 10:00-6:00
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I love what your doing but why it so hard to adopt

Shared with prayers!

Nice to know they can post on fb what they can’t say over the phone.. that’s dumb

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Andrea Dre-Dra Lau

Pittie is cute 😍

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Could the top right be Toby?

Sherry Jones Sherry Jones Sherry Kuykendall is this cocoa?

Thank you  Zapatas Mexican Grill and Fort Smith Popcorn Co. for supportingImage attachment

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How YOU Can Help

We started a two year plan to go No Kill on April 1, 2016, and we’re making great strides.  This plan is a major undertaking for us and we will not be able to achieve this goal without the help and support of the whole community!

A little love goes a long way and getting involved is easy! Volunteer, donate, attend an event – why not right now? With your support, every animal has a future.

HOPE Humane Society is the largest Humane Society in the State of Arkansas and receives no state or federal funding. It is a local organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals in Sebastian County and the surrounding areas. HOPE Humane Society is funded by contributions from area individuals and businesses, special fundraising events, and the annual dues paid by its members.

It costs $19.00 a day to care for each animal in the shelter. There are 400 to 500 animals in the shelter at any given time. The shelter spays or neuters every adoptable animal that comes through the shelter to prevent overpopulation in our area. The shelter microchips every adoptable animal that comes through the shelter to make sure if they are lost they can be returned to their rightful owner.

Please help us care for a dog or cat in need. Your tax deductible gift no matter how small or large will help us to house, feed, and provide medical care for more than 7,200 animals per year. Donate today!


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