Hobart Humane Society
PORTAGE | The City Council on Tuesday approved new measures for the licensing of residents' dogs and cats.
HOBART | The Hobart Humane Society has been under attack — particularly in comments made recently on social media — Director Brenda Slavik said, adding that the attacks are unwarranted.
A friendly husky stands against the gate of his pen Thursday at the Hobart Humane Society.
Bredna Slavik, director of The Hobart Humane Society, visits with adult dogs Thursday at the center.
Darla Overholt, of Crown Point, holds a kitten Thursday at the Hobart Humane Society. Overholt visits the center often with friend Sherry Rakoczy, of Schererville, donating time and items for the animals.
Brenda Slavik, director of the Hobart Humane Society, visits two pit bull-mix puppies Thursday at the facility.
The Humane Society of of Hobart is working to find homes for 34 cats left at its doorstep last week. The situation has put the shelter in dire need of supplies such as cat and kitten food (all brown varieties are best to avoid because of sensitive stomachs), nonclumping litter and old towels…
Liz Smith, of the Hobart Humane Society, holds one of 33 cats that were removed from the home of a local woman over the past two weeks. The Humane Society has arranged for the adoption of 10 of the cats. "They're all friendly," Smith said.
Porter County residents with mailing addresses in other counties listed on their driver's license can now drop off animals at the county shelter, but bring a backup proof of address, just in case.
Maybe Toni Essary should put in for a refund of the portion of her Porter County property taxes that went toward the cost of running the animal shelter.
HOBART | Melissa Blake said she watched helplessly as her pet dog was attacked and viciously killed by another dog in her backyard earlier this month.
HOBART | The reported stench and unsanitary conditions inside a house in the 200 block of North Ohio St. were too much for Deputy Police Chief Jeff White to bear.
HOBART | Sisters Natalie and Sophia Eaton learned a lesson about giving back to the community by collecting items for the Hobart Humane Society that will help take care of abandoned and homeless animals.
Safety Call Network is a new program steered by Hobart police Lt. Jack Grennes inspired by the many distraction scams that target senior citizens.
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