No cat naps here at WAHS


The Wilmington Area Humane Society held one of its periodic adoption events on Sunday at the shelter at 5312 US 68 North. During a six-day period they adopted out four dogs and one cat; shown are just a few of the cats during playtime that are available, plus there are dogs of all sizes. For more information on pets seeking a forever home, visit www.adoptapet.com.wahs or call 1-877-802-1633.

The Wilmington Area Humane Society held one of its periodic adoption events on Sunday at the shelter at 5312 US 68 North. During a six-day period they adopted out four dogs and one cat; shown are just a few of the cats during playtime that are available, plus there are dogs of all sizes. For more information on pets seeking a forever home, visit www.adoptapet.com.wahs or call 1-877-802-1633.


Wilmington College senior and Veterinarians of Tomorrow member Alexis Funk, a regular volunteer at the shelter, shows that playtime with the animals is an important part of their care —and the volunteers don’t seem to mind it, either.


Wilmington College Psi Beta Omega sorority member Molly Harshbarger presents a check for $100 to Wilmington Area Humane Society Treasurer Lydia Bredshall Sunday at the shelter. WC students held an event to raise the funds, and they also donated supplies to the shelter including paper towels, leashes and treats.


Playtime brings out the kitten in these two cats enjoying playtime while awaiting a forever home.


The Wilmington Area Humane Society held one of its periodic adoption events on Sunday at the shelter at 5312 US 68 North. During a six-day period they adopted out four dogs and one cat; shown are just a few of the cats during playtime that are available, plus there are dogs of all sizes. For more information on pets seeking a forever home, visit www.adoptapet.com.wahs or call 1-877-802-1633.

Wilmington College senior and Veterinarians of Tomorrow member Alexis Funk, a regular volunteer at the shelter, shows that playtime with the animals is an important part of their care —and the volunteers don’t seem to mind it, either.

Wilmington College Psi Beta Omega sorority member Molly Harshbarger presents a check for $100 to Wilmington Area Humane Society Treasurer Lydia Bredshall Sunday at the shelter. WC students held an event to raise the funds, and they also donated supplies to the shelter including paper towels, leashes and treats.

Playtime brings out the kitten in these two cats enjoying playtime while awaiting a forever home.

The Wilmington Area Humane Society held one of its periodic adoption events on Sunday at the shelter at 5312 US 68 North. During a six-day period they adopted out four dogs and one cat; shown are just a few of the cats during playtime that are available, plus there are dogs of all sizes. For more information on pets seeking a forever home, visit www.adoptapet.com.wahs or call 1-877-802-1633.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0599.jpgThe Wilmington Area Humane Society held one of its periodic adoption events on Sunday at the shelter at 5312 US 68 North. During a six-day period they adopted out four dogs and one cat; shown are just a few of the cats during playtime that are available, plus there are dogs of all sizes. For more information on pets seeking a forever home, visit www.adoptapet.com.wahs or call 1-877-802-1633.

Wilmington College senior and Veterinarians of Tomorrow member Alexis Funk, a regular volunteer at the shelter, shows that playtime with the animals is an important part of their care —and the volunteers don’t seem to mind it, either.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0597.jpgWilmington College senior and Veterinarians of Tomorrow member Alexis Funk, a regular volunteer at the shelter, shows that playtime with the animals is an important part of their care —and the volunteers don’t seem to mind it, either.

Wilmington College Psi Beta Omega sorority member Molly Harshbarger presents a check for $100 to Wilmington Area Humane Society Treasurer Lydia Bredshall Sunday at the shelter. WC students held an event to raise the funds, and they also donated supplies to the shelter including paper towels, leashes and treats.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0606.jpgWilmington College Psi Beta Omega sorority member Molly Harshbarger presents a check for $100 to Wilmington Area Humane Society Treasurer Lydia Bredshall Sunday at the shelter. WC students held an event to raise the funds, and they also donated supplies to the shelter including paper towels, leashes and treats.

Playtime brings out the kitten in these two cats enjoying playtime while awaiting a forever home.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0602.jpgPlaytime brings out the kitten in these two cats enjoying playtime while awaiting a forever home.