This is such a great rescue/shelter. They don't turn animals away because it may cost them too much in vet bills, they take on the hard cases. They work tirelessly to get the furry ones to a point they can be adopted and they never give up on any of them, no matter how long they may be there. The nicest thing if the cat can be, they are roaming around a room not in a cage. I always know my donations go straight to the care of these kitties. These folks have stuck it out through thick and thin to ensure the right thing is being done for those they care for. I really can't say enough but these folks are tireless, dedicated, honest, friendly and they love what they do. That is why I donate when I can to them,
HELP Humane is a wonderful animal shelter! Cyndi Dill and staff are so caring and concerned about the animals in their care. It is a tremendous free roam shelter where every furry is happy and loved.
Our family first became involved with HELP when our daughter was home from college one summer and started doing some volunteer work for them. Lauren volunteered with them for many years until she moved out of state but is still committed and sponsors a cat every year. They deserve any support people can give them--this is truly an incredible shelter!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
After I had to euthanize my kitty Stanley, in 2010, I decided I would adopt again. I don't remember how I found Help Humane but I'm glad I did. I found the people in this organization really care about animals and go above and beyond to save as many as they can. This is especially gratifying to me since we 'kill' so many animals every year. I am a regular donor to Help Humane and I'm happy to do it.
I donated supplies and funds for medical care to HELP. I was directed to the site by a friend's experience. After reading about Help when I had an opportunity to give, I did. At that time I was able to tour their facility. It's truly a home atmosphere. The animals are well loved. They are not stressed because they feel safe & cared for. The volunteers activlely seek out new homes for their charges but to those who cannot be adopted for health issues they are still welcomed. HELP feels like a big, loving, remarkable family!
I first heard about Help from a friend who lives in the area. I was so impressed by my friend's recommendation and the website materials that I have been a donor for several years. The shelter environment is a very positive one and I been able to recruit several other donors from my part of the country. I only wish that there was a similar group in Maryland.
From the first moment I set foot in HELP, I knew that I was in a shelter unlike any other. Immaculately clean and cheerful, the animals seemed to be living a supervised freedom, taking turns peacefully enjoying life out of the confines of their cages. One got the feeling that the animals lucky enough to be rescued by HELP, did not feel imprisoned. By the end of my visit I realized that the answer was in the intensity of the love that undeniably permeated the facility. Three years have passed and through my involvement as donor, shelter buddy and sponsor my respect and gratitude have only grown for this organization who cares for EVERY animal as a member of the family. And this is a family that does not deny the best treatment possible to its old and sick. I have no doubt that there are other wonderful animal shelters with hardworking selfless individuals, but there could never be another shelter anywhere that could hold a candle to this amazing shelter nonpareil!
I have adopted 3 cats from HELP Humane over the last 5 years and started volunteering there last fall. It is an unusual mostly free roaming shelter with couches and chairs for the cats and the visitors. Visitors are encouraged to interact with the cats and kittens so they are very well socialized. I have seen frightened cats who are new to the shelter become calm and friendly after a week or so due to the gentle care they receive. HELP also takes in animals who are special needs and have various medical problems unlike other shelters in this area. It is just a great organization.
Awesome experience with them. They truly do care about animals and saving their lives. I am a Shelter Buddy and feel very good about donating to them every month. Keep up the great work that you do.
HELP Humane is a very special rescue and one of the few truly no kill shelters in the country. HELP does its best to save as many animals as possible, and takes in animals whether they are healthy, sick, or have long-term ailments such as FIV, feline Leukemia, and other disorders. I had recently become a Shelter Buddy, pledging to donate $10/month to help this amazing organization keep it's doors open.
I am extremely picky about the organizations I support. HELP Humane is a TRUE no-kill shelter for abused/abandoned animals. They take in animals that no other shelter will and do what is necessary to give them another chance to find a furever, loving home. I have recently become a Shelter Buddy, as they need assistance to keep their doors open. It would truly be a shame to lose such a caring group of people that care so much for the animals whose lives they touch. Can you find it in your heart to be a Shelter Buddy? www.shelterbuddies.org