1. To promote quality of life for companion animals through responsible stewardship, successful adoptions, education and enforcement of the Animal Protection Act.
2. To be broadly educational – better laws, better methods and development of the humane spirit in all affairs of life
3.Fulfill our mandate of responsibility for the welfare of animals in the city of Estevan and the surrounding communities.
4. To be advocates for the treatment of animals in accordance with the position statements set out by the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies
5. To better the lives of our fellow creatures through community involvement in the support and growth of our shelter.
The Estevan Humane Society was founded in 1994 as a non-profit organization. The ultimate goal of the Shelter is to return all domestic animals to their owners, adopt animals to good homes, place animals in foster homes and transfer animals to approved rescue groups.
The Estevan Humane Society operates under a “No Kill” mandate. Barring illness or injury that impedes quality of life or a danger to the health or safety of the public, We will house and care for an animal in our custody until such time as a suitable home is found. We are proud to be part of the no-kill network as well. This is a network that aims to increase knowledge of the benefits of no kill shelters and direct people where to find them in their area. Visit their website at www.nokillnetwork.org
In the News
Estevan Humane Society hosts Estevan’s latest vital conversation - Estevan Mercury, March 25, 2019
Estevan Humane Society received $5,000 infrastructure grant for its new facility - Estevan Mercury - January 15, 2019