The Bonneville Humane Society is a non-profit animal shelter serving the community of East Idaho. The organization was founded with the goal of providing a safe and loving environment for abandoned, neglected and abused animals.
The non-profit is located at 444 N. Eastern Ave. in Idaho Falls, just down the street from the Museum of Idaho.
Since its establishment, the Bonneville Humane Society has been dedicated to rescuing and caring for animals in need. In addition to providing shelter, the society also provides veterinary care, spay and neuter services, and adoption services. The organization relies on the support of the local community to continue its mission of providing care for animals.
One of the ways society helps animals is by offering low-cost spay and neuter services. This helps reduce pet overpopulation, which is a significant problem in many communities. The society also runs an adoption program that matches animals with loving families. Animals are carefully screened before being placed for adoption to ensure they are going to a safe and loving home.
In addition to its regular programs, the Bonneville Humane Society also offers educational and outreach programs for the community. These programs aim to educate people about the importance of responsible pet ownership and animal welfare. The society also provides resources and support to help families keep their pets.
“$90 for each adoption, all the cats have been spayed or neutered, and they have their shots and they’ve all been dewormed, they’re all ready to go, “said Jennifer Paul, clerk at Bonneville Humane Society. “Our adoption fee doesn’t cover the cost of all the work, that’s why we rely on donations and our thrift store.”
The Bonneville Humane Society is always in need of support from the community. This includes financial donations, volunteer work and support for their programs and events. The society also accepts pet supplies such as food, toys and bedding to help care for the animals.
The society’s mission of helping animals and promoting responsible pet ownership is one that should be supported by all members of the community.
For more information about the non-profit check out its Facebook page.