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For every pendant sold, 5% of the proceeds will be donated to Humane Canada™. 

Humane Canada™, also known as the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, is Canada's federation of SPCAs and humane societies. They bring together organizations that work with and care for animals to end animal cruelty, improve animal protection and promote the humane treatment of all animals.

 As Canada's voice for animal welfare, they drive positive, progressive change to end animal cruelty, improve animal protection and promote the humane treatment of all animals.

Humane Canada™ receives no government funding. They are completely dependent on voluntary contributions from the public and supportive organizations, such as corporate sponsors, to fund our public education programs, campaigns for effective legislation to protect animals and our crucial work to support, unite and represent humane societies and SPCAs.

To learn more about Humane Canada, click here.

Together, we can save animals lives and provide new beginnings!



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It is the mission of The Toronto Humane Society to promote the humane care and protection of all animals and to prevent cruelty and suffering. Following no kill principles, the Toronto Humane Society aspires to be a best-in-class animal shelter – working in partnership with the community to find creative solutions and improve outcomes for all animals.

To visit the Toronto Humane Society's website, please click here.



The Vancouver Humane Society is dedicated to exposing animal abuse and assisting individuals, businesses and governments to end animal suffering, cruelty and exploitation. We envision a future in which humanity recognizes and respects the inherent rights and needs of all animals – a society in which all animal cruelty is unacceptable and animal protection is valued and acted upon by the public and its policy makers.

To visit the Vancouver Humane Society's website, please click here.



The mission of the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) is to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia.

The BC SPCA is the only animal welfare organization in B.C. with the authority to enforce animal cruelty laws under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (PCA Act). We are the largest animal welfare organization of our kind in North America and the largest animal sheltering society in the world. We have 44 locations across British Columbia.

To visit the BC SPCA's website, please click here.



Formerly known as the Red Deer & District SPCA, at CA Humane “We are committed to helping animals and the community, and inspiring change through education.” This is our mission and together with a dedicated staff, a volunteer force of over 500, and a generous community of advocates and donors we are making a big difference in the lives of so many desperate, lost or forgotten animals each year.

Through humane education programs we reach an estimated 800+ children each year in schools, groups and clubs.  Together we are fostering a vibrant region of animal welfare advocates who genuinely care for our closest animal companions. Supporting animals and people alike has allowed us to diversify our programming to support the most vulnerable in our region.

With fifty trained and certified volunteer K9 teams, we now offer animal assisted therapy in over 70 facilities including; long term care, hospital and hospice, and offer reading programs to kids too!  At CA Humane animals will stay in care for as long as it takes to find their best home!  We make this promise and commitment to all the animals that need our help.  In 2015 we adopted out over 600 animals, and 2016/17 will further push that number.  We could not do this work without your help.  Every dollar raised gives animals safe shelter, excellent medical care and a second chance.

To visit the Central Alberta Humane Society's website, please click here.




Since 2013, Calgary Humane Society is proud to be one of the only open-admission animal shelters in North America able to say this simple phrase:

“At Calgary Humane Society, every single healthy and adoptable animal is able to stay until they are adopted.”

Calgary Humane Society is an open-admission shelter. This means one simple thing: We never say no. We never turn an animal away.Calgary Humane Society is the only open-admission animal shelter serving Calgary and the surrounding area. Without our open-admission mandate, these animals would have nowhere to go.

To visit the Calgary Humane Society's website, please click here.



The Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) is an independent, all-volunteer, federally registered charity serving the Greater Toronto Area since 1987.

EHS is an independent shelter. Our operations are not administered by nor funded by the OSPCA, the Toronto Humane Society, the City of Toronto Animal Services nor any other organization. EHS operations are overseen by a volunteer board of directors. Everyone involved at EHS is a volunteer, including our board of directors, shelter volunteers, office volunteers and program coordinators. EHS has no paid employees.

To visit the Etobicoke Humane Society's website, please click here.



For 125 years, the Guelph Humane Society has been dedicated to protecting and caring for the many animals with whom we share our community and our lives, and to fostering the important bonds with animals that enrich us as individuals, families and communities. Founded in 1893, the Guelph Humane Society provides care and shelter for approximately 3,000 homeless, stray, injured, orphaned, abandoned and abused animals each year, throughout Guelph and Wellington County.

To visit the Guelph Humane Society's website, please click here.



The Hamilton/Burlington SPCA is an animal welfare charity. The HBSPCA protects animals from people, cares for animals in its companion animal hospital, kennels and foster homes and promotes responsible pet ownership.

Our Mission is to support access to services which help sustain healthy, safe and wanted animals in our community; protect animals from harm or potential harm; deliver best practice animal care so they may live their natural life in good health; and lead the development a more humane community and more responsible pet ownership through programs, education, and collaboration.

To visit the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA's website, please click here.



Our mission is to promote the welfare of all animals, to provide shelter and care, and prevent cruelty and suffering for those animals in need.

In 1986 LAWS acquired one acre of land on Glenview Road which has allowed us to stay true to that mission. With the support of our community, staff and volunteers, LAWS continues to do everything it can to provide the best of care possible to the animals that come to our shelter, while also promoting awareness and change in the animal welfare space.

To visit the Lanark Animal Welfare Society's website, please click here.



We provide education, advocacy, and assist animals in distress.

Humane Society London & Middlesex was established as a non-profit organization in 1899 and exists to improve the lives of animals in our community by providing temporary shelter and appropriate new families for surrendered, neglected & mistreated animals.

Throughout the years, we have worked tirelessly to assist animals by providing them with a home until they can be adopted into a new family.  We rely on individual and corporate donations in order to provide care for animals in our community.

HSLM Animal Protection Officers are responsible for responding to reports of animal abandonment, neglect and abuse and resolving through education and enforcement throughout the City of London and Counties of Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford.

Our mission is to lead London and Middlesex in building a humane and compassionate community for all animals.

To visit the London & Middlesex Humane Society's website, please click here.



The PEI Humane Society will provide leadership across Prince Edward Island, in ensuring the proper treatment of companion animals. Our mission is to advance animal welfare protection province wide aligned to the Animal Welfare Act, and champion best practices in prevention, sheltering, and placement of companion animals: focused on animal protection; supporting Animal Welfare Act; facility focused on ‘best practices’ for companion animal welfare & care; safest environment for housing & placement of companion animals.

To visit the Prince Edward Island Humane Society's website, please click here.



The Sault Ste. Marie & District SPCA was established in 1925 as an animal welfare organization and provides animal control services to the City of Sault Ste. Marie. We are proud to be known as an open-admission shelter - no animal is ever turned away.

We are a registered charity with Revenue Canada. Our organization is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of members in good standing, as defined by our by-laws. One seat on the Board of Directors is appointed from City Council members. Board members chair three standing committees - Planning & Finance, Shelter Facilities and Public Relations.

The main source of revenue for the shelter is our fee for service contract with the City of Sault Ste. Marie. This revenue only covers costs for the enforcement of municipal by-laws, Dog Owner's Liability Act and some shelter operations. All other shelter services - Emergency & Crisis services, medical and spay and neuter assistance, humane education, etc. - are funded through donations and fundraising.

To visit the Sault Ste. Marie Humane Society's website, please click here.



We think every animal deserves a loving, caring and responsible home and we do what we can to make that happen.

The Saint John SPCA Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing rescue, temporary housing, care and assistance to stray and unwanted dogs and cats. We have, on average, 70 animals at the facility that we care for every day. Last year 430 cats and dogs were adopted through the Saint John SPCA Animal Rescue and we sheltered more than 700 over the course of the year.

We invite you to drop by the shelter during adoption hours to see the animals. You’ll be welcome in the cat rooms! You can also look at our adoptable animals online. Please ask us anything you like about each potential pet. We will tell you everything we know about them so you can make an informed decision.

By opting to adopt you’ll help save a life!

To visit the Saint John SPCA's website, please click here.



Our four pillars are: to rescue animals from dangerous and deplorable conditions across the province and provide them second chances; provide a safe haven for animals with nowhere else to go before finding their forever homes: food, bed, exercise, love, affection; vet every animal that comes through the door including: spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, microchipping and overall health check; and work one-on-one with every animal to rebuild their trust in humans and ensure they are well prepared for the next stage of their life.

To visit the Nova Scotia SPCA's website, please click here.



The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society is a safe refuge offering rescue and relief for animals in need – providing compassionate care, treatment, and rehabilitation. By reuniting lost animals with their families, adopting animals into forever homes, and providing assistance with spay/neuter we offer them a second chance at life. We are leaders in the community working with others to eliminate all forms of animal suffering caused by overpopulation, neglect, ignorance, and abuse.

We look forward to the day when Windsor and Essex County is a community that values and respects all animals, and cares for them responsibly. Until then, we will use our position of leadership on animal welfare to help work towards that day. We will be the voice for animals in our community – speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves.

To visit the Windsor & Essex Humane Society's website, please click here.



The Montreal SPCA’s mission consists of protecting animals from neglect, abuse and exploitation; representing their interests and ensuring their well-being; and last but not least, raising public awareness and helping develop compassion for all sentient beings.

To visit the Montreal SPCA's website, please click here.



The NFHS reunites families with stray pets and cares for the stray animals of Niagara Falls. Some of our services include: Adoptions, Humane Education, Community Relations, Pet Visitation, Cruelty Investigations, By-Law Enforcement, Animal Control, Lost & Found, Volunteer/Foster Program.

To visit the Niagara Falls Humane Society's website, please click here



Since 1888, the SPCA St. John’s has worked to put an end to animal abuse and neglect. From a proud history of standing up for the rights of the working horses in downtown St. John’s, we have become the largest animal shelter in the Province.

We are a leader in preventing pet overpopulation as the first shelter in Newfoundland and Labrador to spay and neuter all our animals prior to adoption. Our low-cost spay and neuter program and our PUP program has assisted members in the community to join us in fighting overpopulation. None of it would be possible without donations from our supporters.

To visit the St. John's SPCA website, please click here


The Edmonton Humane Society enriches the lives of people and companion animals through animal sheltering, programs and services, and community engagement. 

To visit the Edmonton Humane Society's website, please click here


The Ottawa Humane Society is a non-profit, community-based organization and a registered charity. We have a volunteer board of directors, drawn from our supporters and the community at large. Since 1888, we have been the leading organization providing a safe haven for sick, injured and homeless animals in Ottawa.

To visit the Ottawa Humane Society's website, please click here


 "The Good Shepherd", as it is affectionately called, is well known on the streets of Toronto. It's a place to get a hot meal, clean clothes, a safe, clean bed for the night. It's a place to go when you need someone to listen, someone to help.

For all of us, Good Shepherd Ministries is a place that promotes human dignity. A place where people come first. A place where the 'last' - the homeless, the marginalized - come first of all.

To visit The Good Shepherd Ministy's website, please click here