Great news for the puppies and cats of the humane society! Alongside the Jefferson County Commission, the Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) has bought a new property to build a Campus of Compassion. This development will benefit the animals and donors with its accessible design that maximizes interactions.
The pandemic has definitely taken its toll on a lot of us, and we’ve had to find creative ways to keep our minds busy to distract from all the chaos that occurred. Some of us discovered new hobbies. Some of us worked on our fitness. But a lot of us adopted pets.
While temporarily closed for adoptions, the Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) has done something amazing. The team transformed the Snow Drive Adoption center into a place where struggling pet owners can receive supplies and community members are able to give back as well. See how you can get involved!
On June 13, 2017, the Birmingham City Council voted to approve the Greater Birmingham Humane Society’s plan for a 27-acre park. The property is located in Titusville, west of I-65 and adjacent to Memorial Park and the Golden Flake plant. Allison Black Cornelius, CEO of the GBHS, plans to utilize this property as a source of economic growth in the city of Birmingham.
What’s better than an adoptable pet weekly? The people who can make it happen. Thanks to the Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) we will be featuring a pet that is looking for their FURever home. This week’s pup is quite the looker.
Beth Roberts, a cat foster parent, was heading into the Greater Birmingham Humane Society Tuesday morning to have her current litter of kittens immunized. But the sight she encountered at the desk stopped her in her tracks. A grieving woman was sobbing, telling her cat goodbye.
“This woman was hurting, and it made me hurt. I was so sad to see this, and felt tears filling my eyes. I walked over to her and gave her a hug.”
Holiday pictures are not the same without your furry friends. Why not include them during your annual pic with Santa? Throughout December, you’ll have a chance to do just that at the Claus and Paws events throughout Bham.