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volunteer at STT Humane Society

November 21, 2005 07:03PM

Registered: 13 years ago
Posts: 30

Can anyone let me know if there are any volunteer opportunities at the Humane Society and if anyone knows who I can contact. Thanks!!

Jenny smiling

Re: volunteer at STT Humane Society

November 21, 2005 07:13PM


Registered: 13 years ago
Posts: 1,161

Hello Jenny,

The answer is YES!

Visit their website at [], there is a link for Volunteer information. thumbs up


Re: volunteer at STT Humane Society

November 23, 2005 01:54PM

Registered: 13 years ago
Posts: 30

Thanks Islander as always you are very helpful!

Re: volunteer at STT Humane Society

STT Resident
November 23, 2005 02:46PM

Registered: 13 years ago
Posts: 860

I second that! And to add just a little plea on behalf of the animals, if any of you out there have any free time on your hands, the Shelter can ALWAYS use volunteers even for short periods. The dogs love to get out of their cages for walks, grooming, etc. and the cats truly appreciate quality time and cuddles. Little things truly mean a lot to these animals and lots of purrs and tailwags will be your reward!

Re: volunteer at STT Humane Society

February 17, 2006 04:51AM

I know this is coming a bit late to the discussion, but I had to add my two cents. If you go to the website listed above -- -- you will see a navigation list to the left of the page. Close to the bottom there's a link called 'Wish List', and it breaks my heart. The stuff they put on their list is stuff that a humane society here in the states wouldn't even consider opening its doors without. Latex gloves, shoeboxes for kitty toys, collars and leashes, tennis balls . . . basic, basic necessities like garbage bags and paper towels.

Please please consider buying and donating some of these items to the USVI Humane Society! I support dog and cat rescue organizations and I personally have rescued and fostered a few cats. My family has rescued three poodles and a Cheasapeake Bay/border collie cross so far. We believe in supporting our local SPCA offices.

I will be sending off a care package to STT's Humane society tomorrow!!! It might take some time to get there from the wilds of Minnesota, where I live, but I can't stand hearing that there's a humane society in need of basic things we take for granted up here in the states. I can't afford to send them any financial donations but I can and will buy a box of latex gloves for 1.50 and send it through USPS.

(Great website, by the way! The information here is literally priceless, and has helped me quite a lot)

Whitewater, a newbie

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