The Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society’s animal welfare programs and services touched the lives of more than 7,000 pets in 2022.
The pets who count on GMHS to be their voice and save their lives also count on the generosity of friends and supporters, and we are incredibly thankful for your role in bringing transformative change to the lives of those we serve. It is our pleasure to share with you the following heart connections and success stories from 2022.
Loretta, an adorably friendly senior beagle, entered our care in January 2022 when she was picked up as a stray. She tested positive for heartworm disease for which she was treated through our Help for Hearts program. Loretta quickly became beloved by the GMHS team for her sweet nature and beagle bark and in March 2022, Loretta made her heart connection. She even has a beagle sibling to spend her days with.
Cashew, a handsome orange tabby, entered the care of GMHS in April 2022. At 4-years-old, he had spent his whole life o...
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