Posted in Local, Posted: Thu, January 3 2013 at 11:08 PM, Updated: Wed, January 9 2013 at 11:13 PM
A shelter on its last leg after more than 84 years of being a lifeline to tens of thousands of homeless animals in Jackson County has a new lease on life. With the new year comes a new outlook for the Southern Oregon Humane Society -- on the brink of closing their doors 16 months ago, now not only surviving, but thriving thanks to the generosity of this community. NBC5's Laura Cavanaugh reports.
SOHS is the only no-kill shelter in Jackson County. The other no-kill shelter is the Rogue Valley Humane Society in Josephine County. If you would like to help either organization, you can visit them online at southernoregonnumane.org or roguevalleyhumanesociety.org