"Kitten Season" is on the way! Last year, the first kitten of “Kitten season” came to CVHS in March. The kitten, Jordan, has since been adopted into a fantastic home. This year we will receive TONS more kittens, and they will grow up in foster care before going up for adoption. We need: WET kitten food, kitten formula, and kitten bottles. We also need kitten foster families!
Did you know:
“Kitten Season” is the unofficial name for the mating season for cats, and it can last from March to November!
The average size of a litter of kittens is 4-6 kittens.
A female cat can begin having kittens at only 6 months of age.
In 7 years, 1 female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats!
There are more kittens than there are families that are ready to take them into loving homes.
During “Kitten Season” it is difficult to find homes for adult cats.
There is only one solution! Spay or Neuter your pets!
Please visit http://www.vt-can.org/home.php for more information on spaying and neutering your pets.
Our Adoption Process
1. Meet the Animals and an Adoption Counselor
2. Complete an Adopter Information Form
3. Confirm a good match and complete adoption paperwork
4.Take your new friend HOME!
Please click here for adoption F.A.Q.'s
At Central Vermont Humane Society, it really is all about the animals. We are here to provide a helping hand and temporary home for our animal friends in need. CVHS serves Washington and Orange Counties. The mission of CVHS is to ensure the humane treatment of all domestic animals and to promote the advancement of animal welfare.
Visit our website www.cvhumane.com for more photos, animals, events, and information.
Hours are Tuesday-Friday 1-5pm and Saturday 10am-4pm. CVHS is closed most major holidays.
FROM INTERSTATE 89: Take Exit 7 and follow the signs to Barre, going straight through several lights and down a large hill. From the intersection of Route 14 and Main Street in Barre City, go straight on Route 14 and travel 4.2 miles. The Shelter will be on your Left just as you go around a corner.
FROM BARRE CITY: Turn North on Route 14. Travel 4.2 miles and the Shelter will be on your Left just as you go around a corner.
FROM ROUTE 2 (from Montpelier or Plainfield and more!): Turn South on Route 14. Travel 1 mile and the Shelter will be on your Right.