In preparation for the Holidays, “Chip,” a former Hanover Humane Society pup, visited with the children at Hanover Academy and provided treat bags to all the children. During the visit, the children heard “Chip’s” story of how he entered Hanover Humane’s adoption program and how he and his siblings ultimately found a forever home. In addition, the children learned about how Hanover Humane Society was found and what its volunteers do to help homeless animals. In appreciation for the visit, the children organized a supply drive for the animals and presented “Chip” with the items.
The Hanover Humane Society, located at 12190 Washington Highway in Ashland, is a 501(c ) 3 non-profit entity established to promote humane treatment of animals. Established over 25 years ago, it continues with its mission to help homeless cats and dogs by providing veterinary care, food, and shelter until forever homes can be found. Consider making a tax-deductible donation to help Hanover Humane with its mission.