Welcome to The Hanna S.P.C.A
The Hanna S.P.C.A. was founded in February 2005. Our organization did not have a facility to house the animals at that time and had to rely entirely on foster homes. In June of 2009, we moved into our current location. Today, we proudly serve Hanna and the surrounding areas, caring for pets waiting to find their forever homes.
We are a "small" shelter with a "big" heart, operated solely by our outstanding volunteers and funded by donations from generous community members.
During this difficult time, we are more dependent on donations than ever before. If you can, please give a gift to the Hanna S.P.C.A. today. Any amount will help make a difference, ensuring vulnerable pets keep on getting the love and care they deserve.
The Hanna S.P.C.A.'s goal is connecting animals and people through advocacy, education and community engagement.
To be a model of excellence in the advancement of animal welfare.
The Hanna S.P.C.A. enriches the lives of people and companion animals through animal sheltering, programs and services, and community engagement.
We value the compassionate care of companion animals.
We value the humane treatment of all animals.
We value our volunteers and our board of directors.
We value our relationships with our partners and supporters.
We value our role as a recognized community leader in animal welfare.
We value fiscal responsibility and careful stewardship of our resources.
Barn or Shop Buddies
CURRENTLY WE DO NOT HAVE ANY BARN/SHOP CATS!
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There is No Charge for cats requiring a barn or shop home, however, donations are greatly appreciated.
All of our Barn Buddies are spayed/neutered and vaccinated. For more information call 403.854.3700
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Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we are closed to visitors (except by appointment) until further notice but we are still able to take in dogs and cats that urgently need our help.
MEET KENDRA! d.o.b.2016 Female/Spayed This sweet, quiet, big girl came to us when her person passed away. Very shy at first she has come a long way, even demanding pets at times. She is good with dogs and other cats. A quiet home would suit her best.
This poor girl was found as a kitten half frozen and I mean literally in a snowbank in 2019. Hence the name. With much care and attention she was nursed back to health. She is very sweet but extremely shy. With some one on one attention I feel she will blossom into a very sweet girl.
MEET ROC: d.o.b. March 17, 2021 Male/neutered. Roc came in from a feral colony, unlike his brother and sister he loved people right from the start. Super friendly with lots of purrs, and so snuggly, he is a real sweetheart. Loves other cats and is great with children he would fit right in to any home.
MEET PIXIE: d.o.b. March 17, 2021 Female/spayed This sweet girl came in from a feral colony with her two brothers. She was hilariously fierce when she first arrived. Now she purrs as soon as you pick her up. Friendly and playful she is great with other cats and people, not too sure of dogs. She will quickly steal your heart.
MEET RASCAL: d.o.b. March 2020 Male/neutered. Crazy lovey this boy is a hugger. He loves to cuddle and needs to be where the people are. He is playful but can play a little rough with people so best he gave a home without young children. He really isn't a fan of other cats; he needs to be the only pet. If you are looking for a constant companion then this is definitely your boy.
MEET D'KAR D.O.B. March 05, 2021 Male neutered. This friendly little black panther came in with his 5 brothers. He is sweet, playful and a cuddler. He is also great with children and other cats so he would be a wonderful addition to any home.
MEET SUSIE Q!
MEET SUSIE Q: d.o.b. 2015 Female/spayed. After spending most of her life as a barn cat and having numerous litters of kittens she came into our care. Such a sweet and quiet girl, she spends the majority of her time contentedly cuddled up in her bed. She has retired from farm life and would be very happy to be a housecat now. She is fine with all cats but is easily intimidated by the adult ones. She does not have any issue with dogs.
MEET RACHEL: d.o.b. March 20, 2020 Female/spayed This girl is very playful with a real love for splashing in the water. She is friendly and super loving. She doesn't get along with most cats, preferring to have "her people" all to herself. She will be an awesome little cat for some lucky person/people.
Lodger: D.O.B. 2018 Male/neutered This sweet boy was discovered with his head stuck in some lattice. He had been there for quite some time and sustained injuries to his neck during his struggles to get free. At first we thought he was feral but it became apparent that at some point he had been a pet. Our shelter kittens love this calm boy and are often found snuggled up to him. He would be fine in a home with other cats or as an only one.
Aella: D.O.B. April 2019 female/spayed This pretty little girl has a very sweet personality. She loves people but most definitely does not like other cats. She would need to be only cat in the home. Aella also requires a special diet.
D.O.B. July 16, 2019 Male/neutered This beautiful boy was born in our shelter, unlike his outgoing mother, brother and sister, he has always been on the shy side. We believe this is a factor on why he has not been adopted yet. He would take some patience but once he comes around he really is a lovey boy. He would not do well as a solitary cat, he definitely needs a kitty companion.
D.O.B. March 05, 2021 Male/neutered. With 5 brothers this black panther does like to get his share of attention. Good with children and other cats he would do well in any home.
MEET BIG CHARLIE!
d.o.b. May 2019 So very sweet and calm, this big boy would do best as the only kitty. He loves people but can be a little shy at first. He would be a wonderful companion. He does need to lose a bit of weight! And as many of you are now working from home, why not get into a workout routine with Big Charlie!
d.o.b 2016. Female, spayed. She loves to be pet, but on her terms. She can be a moody girl. We have found that when she becomes annoyed she will stay mad all day! If you are looking for a kitty with "cattitude," then this is the girl for you.
Female, spayed. d.o.b. 2011. This special girl can be tempermental but will reward you with snuggles once she deems you worthy. She needs a home with a patient & experienced owner. She does prefer women and would not suit a home with children or other animals. She has been at the shelter for about 5 years now because of her fickle personality. The right person/people would get an entertaining and at times very loving girl who would make for an interesting addition to their home.
MEET ROCKY GIRL!
d.o.b. 2010 Female, spayed. Very friendly, and so sweet. This beautiful senior girl is fine with other animals. She is currently being fostered by our local Vet Clinic! Interesting fact: she has had a tummy-tuck, and she is very proud of her new physique!