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- General Info:
- Founded in 1869, Women's Humane Society is a charitable organization, offering a variety of services to area pet owners. Based in Bensalem, Pa., the organization operates as an adoption center for animals and serves the Delaware Valley area. The center provides shelter for dogs, cats, domestic rodents, birds and the occasional ferrets. Women's Humane Society also specializes in cruelty investigation, animal ambulance service, obedience training classes, human education programs as well as routine care in the vet clinic. Through its educational programs, the society makes classroom presentations in schools and promotes care and respect for animals.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (215) 750-5252
Primary Phone: (215) 750-5252
Fax Number: (215) 750-5253
Womens Humane Society-- Shelter
- Veterinary Specialty Services, Animal Shelters, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Humane Societies
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They're a great place, great organization. I have three dogs, and two came from there. The hospital is great, very nice people and the doctors/vets are really nice. I love my animals more than anything and they take really great care of them.Share Review
It's hard to have compassion for someone who cannot maintain a lifestyle adequate for a cat. Your reason for giving up the cat may have appeared lame to them and as for compassion - they are being compassionate to the animal and giving that cat a chance it may not otherwise have...There are two sides to every story.Share Review
I received 2 of the cutest kittens for my birthday.
Some one told me I should take them to the Womens Humane Society for their check ups and shots.
In doing so, I learned that they are 3 times cheaper than if I went to a Vet!
While waiting for my turn, I get to hear alot of great stories from the other people who are waiting their turns!
I have told many people to go there, it is very much worth the wait! Just try to get there as early as possible!
Today i had to do something that really broke my heart. I had to take my female cat to this place and i felt like i was being a bother. I was in tears and they acted like they didn't care one thing you know it is really hard to give up someone you love and have become close to. The experience was very poor i will never ever bring another animal there as long as i have a breath in my body.Share Review