Hazzie - Spayed female
 
Ruby - Spayed female
 
Callie - Spayed female
 
Cujo - Neutered male
 
Teegan - Neutered male
 
Tessa - Spayed female
 
Please click on a picture
to see more beautiful
cats & dogs waiting for
FOREVER HOMES!
 ~WE'RE SMALL, BUT MIGHTY! ~
 
A 100% volunteer, NO KILL animal rescue
and CRA Registered Charity!
 
Located on the north shore of Lake Superior, the Marathon Humane Society opened its doors on July 27, 2000, to rescue and care for abused, abandoned and surrendered dogs and cats in Marathon, Ontario and surrounding areas.

Our goal is to find loving, qualified homes for each cat and dog, while ensuring that the animal and new home are a good fit. To date we have placed over 650 animals in new, fur-ever homes.

All animals are dewormed and receive some vaccinations and all adults are spayed or neutered (visit our dog and cat pages for information about adopting a puppy or kitten). Thanks to your generous donations, we are able to deworm, vaccinate and spay/neuter while keeping adoption fees at a low $40 for cats and $50 for dogs.

Volunteers take wonderful care of the animals at the MHS, but there's nothing like having a family of your own! Please call (807) 229-6306 for more information about adopting one of our wonderful dogs or cats.

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If you cannot afford to spay or neuter your pet,
can you really afford to HAVE ONE?
 
We all see cats and dogs given away for FREE, but that's where the "free" part ends. If you plan to take good care of your cat or dog you will need to spend money on vaccinations and veterinary care, food, licence tags and much more throughout its life.
 
And of course, it will need your patience, kindness and lots of love.
 
The cost to spay or neuter your pet is a comparatively small, one time fee. If you cannot afford to spay or neuter, can you afford to take care of an animal for 12-18 years? 
 
REMEMBER, AN ANIMAL IS A LIFETIME COMMITMENT!
                                
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Neglect, abandonment or committing an act of cruelty upon an animal is punishable by imprisonment and/or fines. See Bill C-15B (as passed by the House of Commons) for further information.