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Welcome to the Humane Society Campus


Welcome to our new campus! We are now located on Weymouth-Rhymer Highway, right across from Cost-U-Less.

Shelter Hours: Mon-Sat 11:00-5:00 pm - Sun 11::00 3:00PM - closed Thursdays
Flea Boutique: Sat-Sun 11:00-3:00PM and Wed 11:00-3:00PM


We invite you to visit the new facility and shop in the greatly expanded boutique. You'll find a lots of wonderful bargains.


The Humane Society of St. Thomas (HSSTT) is a non-profit animal shelter located in the U.S. Virgin Islands dedicated to eliminating cruelty, abuse, and the overpopulation of animals. We receive minimal local funds and rely on donations and special events.

HSSTT provides a wide variety of animal welfare programs to island residents and their pets, including pet adoptions, humane education, spay/neuter assistance, animal rescue and animal control.

There are many different ways you can help us to reduce animal suffering whether it be through adoption, volunteering, education, participating in our special events throughout the year, or making a donation to support our programs.

You will find information on all of these options, plus a whole lot more on our site. Together we can make a difference in the lives of homeless and neglected animals, which, in turn, will make a difference in all our lives and help make this a better community.




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The DONATE BUTTON IS TEMPORARILY NOT WORKING
To make a donation please call the Shelter at 340-775-0599 or
mail to PO Box 8150, St. Thomas, VI 00801




25 Creative Ways to help animal shelters
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Can you help?

Elaine (my wife) and I are taking up a ministry in Bermuda later this month. We hoped desperately to take our dogs with us. They have been part of our family since they were puppies. However, they don't meet the import requirements and we are unable to take them. We have been trying (unsuccessfully) to actualize the next best option; finding them a loving home here in the Virgin Islands. These dogs are protective of the home environment, good with people and accustomed to a lot of physical touch and attention. They are very intelligent and respond well to their owners. Help us find a home for one or more.


My telephone number is 513 8745.

Thanks so much.

Thaddeus Bruno

Samson
Delilah
Sugar






Pets, Strays snipped at Spay/Neuter Event
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CALL FOR WEEKEND ADULT VOLUNTEERS

Dear HSSTT Friends:

The shelter is seeking adult volunteers to oversee student volunteers on Saturdays and Sundays.... The student volunteers are eager to help but need training and guidance. Some students work in the cat cabana, some work in the dog kennels, and a few help in the vet tech suite. They arrive around 9:00a.m. and leave about 3:00pm. Weekends are especially busy times for the staff, and your help is needed.

This is an important position as we provide opportunities and examples to our youth. Please consider giving your time to supervise and train our youth in humane care, as well as in the benefits of volunteering. For more information and to volunteer, please call Lisa Williams, Office Supervisor, at 340-775-0599.















Expenses from fostering animals can be deducted, tax court rules

The U.S. Tax Court has concluded that people can deduct some of the expense of fostering a pet for an approved charity. The ruling was the culmination of a case in which a woman sued the Internal Revenue Service commissioner disputing the assertion that she could not claim a $12,068 charitable contribution for expenses she incurred while caring for foster pets in her home. Discovery (1/7)



















Leslie Hurd and family, Magan and Binky heading to Potter's League in Rhode Island Robert Simpson fell in love with "Claude" ten days ago. He flew back from Pittsburg to adopt "Claude". Happy tails to you both.



Ms Rolle, Ms Camcel, Rhea Vasconcellos & Sara the dog
Marsha, the foster mom
The Sheppard family with their newly adopted St. Thomas puppy, Spot.


The HS is seeking partner rescues in cities that American flys direct to, to get even more dogs off the rock! We will need foster moms like Marsha to accompany them when they are traveling to a rescue group.

Fly American!!!!









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