March 2021
Bella Rose is available for adoption.
She is extremely friendly and gets along well with other cats. She came to LHS pregnant and was a fantastic mother. She weaned her kittens and is waiting patiently for a home of her own.
Upcoming Events
March 31

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Adoption News

Featured Dog:

“I’m a lover, not a fighter. A kisser not a biter!” Meet 2-year-old Bruno, current sweetheart of LHS. Bruno is well behaved, walks great on a leash, and keeps his kennel very clean. We just can’t believe this guy was an unclaimed stray. Bruno would like to be your one and only, so no other pets please. Homeowners only due to breed and size restrictions of landlords. If Bruno seems like the dog for you please fill out an online application.
Featured Cats:

The Lonely Hearts Club
These cats are members of the Lakeshore Humane Society Lonely Hearts Club.

Unfortunately, some of our cats get overlooked, some for a long time.  They are not BAD, they are not UNDESIRABLE, and they certainly are not UNLOVABLE!  Often, they are just cats that take a long time to warm up to people.  When a prospective family walks into the cat kennel, the friendliest, most outgoing cats are often chosen first.  We can understand how this happens.  We also know that the shy cats have so much love and companionship to offer and we want you to have the opportunity to give them a second look.

Take a look at the cats here and consider giving one a home. Their adoption fees are 50% off.
Maggie. About 7 months old.
Nevada. Age 4-1/2, shy but likes to be petted.
Marty, 10 years old. Here's a sweet boy who's been through a lot. He has allergies and is on medications and occasionally needs to see the vet for a steroid shot. He still has some spunk and would love to live out whatever time he has left in a loving home.
Adoption Days are still suspended. Open by appointment only.

12 cats and 3 dogs
These Lucky Animals Are Going to Warm Dry Homes
Dora has gone to her “forever” home, a senior dog paradise!
Sarge and Smokey are adopted. They were only at LHS for one day.
Izzy has left the building. To everyone’s amazement she bonded instantly with her new Dad. She also has a new Mom and doggie sister Penelope who is a mini version of Izzy!
Squirt is adopted! He joins his mom Pat and two doggy friends.
Lincoln looks content in the arms of his new mom.
Gonzo's adoptive mom is camera shy. We're not sure what Gonzo thinks of having his picture taken.
Zaboo went home with this couple and is now named Delmar. He came out of hiding long enough to NOT pose for this photo.
LHS volunteer Denise wasn’t looking for another cat, but then she met Roger.  Congratulations to both!
Chris Rivera, with his friends Gina and Alyssa Salerno, visited LHS to adopt Paige.
Finley (on the right) passes the test from Sophie and heads out to his new home.
Pretty Girl (left) goes home with this couple and pup Raven.
Guiseppe is adopted! This nice young couple chose Guiseppe out of dozens of cats. They fell in love with him and just love how laid-back he is.
Ralphie (left) gets adopted! Stella just sat in for the photo. But not to worry. She was adopted that same day (see below).
Double trouble! Stella and Natasha both found a home with this couple.
Sophie will be the only beloved and special kitty in this family.
It looks like Grayson is going home to lots of love.
Events and Visits

New Mask Designs for March
 $12 each
sizes   S M L
Please order before March 15 to receive by the end of the month. Text Lynn @ (716) 410-4200 or email Include your name, contact info, size(s) desired.  Payment due upon pick-up of order.
And new dog and cat masks. The cost for these masks is $10.  Available now at the Adoption Center.
Other News

Rock Steps Down from Presidency
Rock Vallone has been an integral part of Lakeshore Humane Society for 41 years! Through his efforts and determination a small group of people grew their ideas for protecting and caring for animals into today’s Adoption Center with capacity to care for 10 dogs and 40-45 cats. While Rock has held many offices and roles over the years, most people know him as the President and face of Lakeshore Humane Society. It was with great sadness and deep regret that his resignation was recently accepted by the LHS Board of Officers. Rock will continue at LHS helping with fundraising, cat care, and cleaning and maintenance. We wish him the best and we hope he now can find time and energy for some of his other favorite pursuits!

Life at the Adoption Center
Dieter sinks his teeth into a new treat.
It's Super Chewy!
Lucy makes a great cruising partner.
Athena and Kylo were frightened at first but found comfort with volunteer Janet.
Juliette came in with health issues that were too far gone. She was showered with love and made comfortable in her final month, and she captured the hearts of the volunteers who worked with her.
Dog and cat under umbrella page divider made with artwork from
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