We provide education, advocacy, and assist animals in distress.
Humane Society London & Middlesex was established as a non-profit organization in 1899 and exists to improve the lives of animals in our community by providing temporary shelter and appropriate new families for surrendered, neglected & mistreated animals.
Throughout the years, we have worked tirelessly to assist animals by providing them with a home until they can be adopted into a new family. We rely on individual and corporate donations in order to provide care for animals in our community.
HSLM Animal Protection Officers are responsible for responding to reports of animal abandonment, neglect and abuse and resolving through education and enforcement throughout the City of London and the Counties of Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford.
Our mission is to lead London and Middlesex in building a humane and compassionate community for all animals.
Charitable registration no. 119023869RR 0001
Did You Know?
- About 2,000 animals are provided shelter and care (including medical care) by Humane Society London & Middlesex each year.
Humane Society London & Middlesex never euthanizes for space.
Our HSLM Animal Protection Officers respond to more than 1000 reports of animal cruelty every year – removing animals in need and support the laying of criminal charges when warranted.
HSLM Animal Protection has the sole power to remove animals from homes where they are facing abuse, neglect and abandonment.
We provide education to teach individuals of all ages the importance of humane treatment to animals and the responsibility of pet ownership.
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HSLM News and Upcoming Events – August, 2019
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