The Mission of the Corporation shall be to rescue, care for, and find responsible, loving, permanent homes for homeless and at-risk dogs and cats; to advance the goal of a no-kill community; to promote the principal of a lifetime commitment to our pets; and to provide for spay-neuter and educational programs to the public.
We are a no-kill facility.
Do you love animals and care about supporting our shelter cats and dogs?
Oregon Coast Humane Society is currently seeking a manager for our Thrift store. Must-have skills: basic mathematical aptitude as you will be handling money and doing a report at the end of each day; moderate computer skills; and experience managing others, including volunteers. If you have a flair for merchandising, fashion and design that would be a bonus. Pay is negotiable and based on experience. Please send a resume with your letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you know Cap’n Crunch?
Dubbed “The Cap’n” cuz he’s so friendly and cuddly with people(!)
He isn’t neutered and found near the Rite Aid building by concerned neighbors who have already gone door-to-door trying to find his owners.
If you know him or his family, please call the shelter at 541-997-4277.
Oregon Coast Humane Society would like to share The Run for Rovers 5k Walk/Run-Fun Run! April 7, 2018 at 9am at Alton Baker Park. A fundraiser that benefits Pro-Bone-O of Eugene, Oregon to provide free veterinary services, food and supplies for the pets of people who...read more
THE DOCTOR IS IN! Basic wellness, vaccines and spay/neuter appointments are available on Wednesdays and Thursdays. All paperwork and payment for services will need to be completed no later than the Saturday prior to your appointment, so please plan in advance! To...read more
Buster Bear is a fabulous, 9 year old, medium haired boy. He is front declawed from a previous owner and is ready to go to his Forever Home. This lovely boy can be adopted for the low, low price of just $25.00! Come see Buster Bear today! To make an appointment, call...read more
For the group of elves who showed up to deliver toys, cookies, treats and Christmas Cheer to the shelter dogs and cats! Elves and animals all had a great time!!!read more
Meet Sandy and Jewell! sisters for 15 years (and they would like to stay together forever!) Both good with children 7 years or older, enjoy their soft food and love walks (and to run and jump on beds & sofas!) Looking for a Forever Home. Would come with beds, food and...read more
January 12, 2018
Dear Oregon Coast Humane Society Members,
Thank you for your membership. Over the past several months, the Board of Directors has been working to determine the extent of members’ rights in the organization. A group of members brought to the attention of the current Board their concern that members have a right to elect the Board of Directors. In practice, the Board of Directors was not elected by members for many years. Following that practice, the current Board of Directors also was not elected by members, but was appointed by the Board.
The issue of members’ rights was referred to the Oregon Department of Justice this past fall. In order to analyze the issue, the Department of Justice requested corporate records of Oregon Coast Humane Society. In November, the Board produced over 3,000 pages in response to the request. After review, the Department of Justice determined that the Oregon Coast Humane Society was established as a membership organization. Therefore, its members have a right to elect the Board of Directors.
The Department of Justice has requested the Board develop a plan to transition the organization back to membership elections, whereby members will elect the Board of Directors. The plan must be approved by the Department of Justice.
During this interim time, the Board of Directors will cease holding monthly public meetings. The Board informed the Department of its plan and the Department did not object. We will, instead, focus our efforts on transitioning the organization. Once a plan for membership elections has been approved by the Department of Justice, we will provide that information to you. We hope to have this information to you soon.
It continues to be a privilege to serve this organization. We thank you for your patience during this time of transition and for your continued support of our mission to rescue, care for, and find responsible, loving, permanent homes for homeless and at-risk dogs and cats; to advance the goal of a no-kill community; to promote the principal of a lifetime commitment to our pets; and to provide spay-neuter and education programs to the public.
Oregon Coast Humane Society Board of Directors