Student with disabilities finds a niche caring for Caloosa Humane Society animals

An emaciated caramel-colored dog is brought to the lobby of the Caloosa Humane Society Shelter, her ribs protruding and her appetite voracious. All eyes are on the rescue dog as she laps up the dish of food prepared to help fill out her large frame. Outside, an energetic bulldog named “Chubbs” tests the strength of […]

Meet Jennifer Johnson of Caloosa Humane Society

Jennifer Johnson is the new Executive Director of the Caloosa Humane Society and the Caloosa Veterinary Clinic: “My love for animals started at a very early age. I grew up as an only child on a hobby farm in western Wisconsin so my closest companions were all the animals. As a kid I was convinced […]

Pet of the Week

Willie is an eight year old, Hound mix, who has a heart of gold. This gentle giant weighs in at around 60 pounds and is sure to steal your heart (and possibly your bed too) Please come by Caloosa Humane Society Adoption Center and meet this gem of a dog! 1200 Pratt Blvd. LaBelle. Any […]

Pet of the Week

Rosie is a one year old Australian Cattle Dog mix. She is super loving and would make a great addition to any home. She gets along well with other dogs. Would you be willing to open your heart and home to Rosie? Please come by our adoption center at 1200 Pratt Blvd. in LaBelle or […]

Caloosa Humane Society re-opens with bigger future plans

The Caloosa Humane Society shelter is planning to re-open this week. Roof damage from the hurricane caused water to leak inside the shelter, all their animals had to be evacuated. But they have bigger plans than just re-opening; they are looking to start a new facility where both the shelter and clinic will be brought […]

Animal Rescue battles to overcome storm damage

Animal Rescue Inc., is the oldest animal rescue and shelter in LaBelle. For twenty-eight years Diane Sheppard, owner and operator of the the non-profit organization, has run the shelter exclusively on charitable donations. “Twenty-eight years ago when we first moved here, me and my daughters would go down the road and pick up dogs and […]