The Georgian Triangle Humane Society is proud to have been voted charity of choice by 100 Women Who Care South Georgian Triangle. Receiving their 2022 spring donation of $18,200, this generous donation will support the operation of the community-based Companion Animal Hospital and the homeless animals that rely on it for care.
Since its inception in 2017, 100 Women Who Care South Georgian Triangle, have donated over $200,000 to local charities and organizations. 100 Women Who Care South Georgian Triangle is a group of over 180 women who meet four times a year to donate $100 each to a local charity. Each quarter, the organization’s members listen to presentations and vote on the program or initiative that will receive each of their $100 donations.
The Georgian Triangle Humane Society GTHS will use these critically needed funds to help local homeless pets in need through their Companion Animal Hospital, housed at the GTHS Animal Centre, 549 Tenth Line in Collingwood. Each year, over 1200 local pets arrive at the GTHS needing medical treatment, in many cases in an emergency situation. In addition to routine and emergency care of GTHS animals, the GTHS Animal Hospital impacts thousands of pets and people’s lives through affordable spay and neuter services as well as rabies and microchip clinics.
Recently, the GTHS Animal Hospital led by Dr. Anick Amaro, helped sweet two-year-old cat Big Boi. Big Boi was brought to GTHS as a stray cat in urgent need of medical care. He was hit by a car and suffered from a painful double fractured pelvis. Today, Big Boi is a changed cat! After over a month of recovery he is now available for adoption. Big Boi loves his daily treats and lap cuddles. He is so full of life and waiting for a family to call his own.
Big Boi’s story is just one of many happy beginnings made possible by the generosity of donors. Thank you to 100 Women Who Care for recognizing and believing in the important work of GTHS and changing lives in South Georgian Bay.
Meet Big Boi and read his adoption profile HERE.