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September 13: Pet Birth Defect Awareness Day

It was originally established in 2014 by David Rogers in order to bring awareness to the “interactive role humans play in our pets’ physical birth defects as well as their mental health”.

Deaf Pet Awareness Week: September 24-30

Even though deaf pets may not be able to HEAR you telling them that you love them, they can FEEL the love you give to them.

Happy Healthy Cat Month

Celebrate "Happy Healthy Cat Month" in September and show cats a little extra love!

Meet Rhino

The Humane Society of El Paso sees many animals come through its doors. Every animal is special and unique, but occasionally an extra-special rescue comes to the shelter, in need of extra special love and care.

National Dog Day

The Humane Society of El Paso encourages you to celebrate National Dog Day with them this Saturday on August 26, 2017.

What Does Your Pet Meme To You?

The Humane Society of El Paso is inviting you to participate in a pet meme contest! Join us starting August 22nd.

Hooray for Teddy!

Teddy was a special needs pup, rescued by the Humane Society of El Paso. She has finally found her fur-ever home, and the HSEP could not be more thrilled!

Thanks, Marshall's!

Huge “thanks” from the Humane Society of El Paso to the Basset Place and Sunland Park Marshalls teams for their generous donations. Both collected a vast amount of food, treats, toys, and more.

World Cat Day

August 8th is International Cat Day! This holiday was created by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in 2002 and has been celebrated annually by animal groups and animal lovers alike ever since.

World Cat Day: What's TNR?

In these TNR programs, feral cats are trapped (typically with box traps), taken to a local veterinary to be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and eartipped, then released back into the neighborhoods from which they came. TNR is an incredibly important program to execute in communities. It not only controls and eventually decreases the feral cat population, and has been proven to be the most successful method to do so, but also balances the wants of the human community as well. People want more humane ways to deal with the feral cat problem; TNR is the answer.

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