Greenhill Humane Society

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In response to the Holiday Farm Fire, Greenhill Humane Society has been assisting evacuees with their pets. Lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina in 2005 prepared Greenhill for these efforts. 

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Animals used for testing now have a chance at a happier, less invasive life thanks to a new Oregon law.

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After three months’ intervention, animal rescue operations are largely wrapping up at a homestead near Veneta that was previously overrun with cats.  Reporter Brian Bull has this update exclusive to KLCC.

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For all the talk of disaster preparedness these days, animal welfare advocates are reminding people that the family pet also deserves protection and care in the event of an incident.

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Nearly 70 cats have now been rescued from a beleaguered homestead near Veneta.

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Efforts to help hundreds of cats on a homestead near Veneta just received a big assist from a national organization.

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After years of fundraising and months of construction, Greenhill Humane Society celebrates having all their services under one roof.

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The USDA says it’s officially ending a controversial experiment that involves kittens. As KLCC’s Brian Bull reports, Oregon lawmakers and animal welfare advocates are delighted.

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And now for a feature so soft…it purrs.

Cats enjoy a good stretch. Yoga practitioners do too.  And if you’re a cat lover who enjoys yoga, then the Greenhill Humane Society has just the event for you. KLCC’s Brian Bull reports.

Greenhill Humane Society to Begin Construction Project

Jun 6, 2018

Greenhill Humane Society in Eugene is moving forward with its remodel, after raising a portion of its five-point-six million dollar campaign goal. It will start construction next week.

The question of whether a contractor providing services to local government is subject to Oregon public records laws went before a Lane County Circuit Judge Monday. The case has to do with a request for information about the euthanizing of dogs and cats at 1st Avenue Shelter in Eugene.

Greenhill Humane Society Says Pets And Pot Don't Mix

Jul 7, 2015

Recreational marijuana became legal on July 1. Greenhill Humane Society is reminding pet owners not to use pot around their animals because of potential health risks. 

Marijuana smoke and edibles are dangerous to pets. Greenhill Executive Director Cary Lieberman says people need to be aware of marijuana plants and second hand smoke around pets.

Lieberman: “Plants definitely should be kept out of range of dogs and cats that can jump up on counters. And foods containing marijuana or the marijuana itself should be stored in containers that are secure and pet proof.”