Looking Ahead!

As we leave the previous year behind – and work to get all of our current programs functioning to their fullest capacity – we have our eye on our future. Some key things stand out. Education on humane values has never been needed more in our society. Empathy,...

New Growth, New Opportunities

Spring is a time of growth. We will get our seasonal influx of kittens and wildlife, keeping the staff busy, out and about! As we look to the future, there are many areas where HAWS is on the rise! We have a new opportunity to impact the humane world with the...

What Love Is All About

Why do we love our animals? For me, and many of you, it’s simple: because they love us. We help teach this to children, the concept of unconditional love, the idea of assisting another and accepting responsibility for someone other than themselves. In this way, we...

“TRACK”ing Our Progress

How do you quantify love? How do you measure joy? How do you place a value on companionship? Simply stated, at HAWS we are changing the lives of animals. In addition, by embracing people and having them assist where ever they can, however they can, we will change the...

In Memory of Wayne Williams

It is with sadness that I write of the passing of Wayne Williams. Wayne was an accountant and HAWS’ Board member, but more importantly he was instrumental in starting our endowment account, which has had a remarkable impact on HAWS’ financial health and long range...

Spring has sprung…and so have our pets!

Spring has arrived…and with it, an increase in the number of stray pets! One of the most important tools for getting your dog returned to you if it is lost only costs between $3-$10.  Simple and affordable, an ID tag should be part of every dog’s wardrobe! · If...