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Adoptable Pets: Oakville Milton Humane Society

Time for another Adoptable Pets Monday and today we welcomed Kayla Sheremeta from the Oakville Milton Humane Society. Follow on Instagram & Facebook

Adoptable pets: Oakville & Milton Humane Society

Hayley Reid-Ginis from the Oakville & Milton Humane Society was here this morning with two cats up for adoption. Follow on Instagram & Facebook

Adoptable Pets: Oakville & Milton Humane Society

This morning we welcomed Hayley Reid-Ginis from the Oakville & Milton Humane Society, who told us about their biggest fundraiser of the year, as...

Adoptable pets: Oakville Milton Humane Society

Time for another Adoptable Pets Monday. Today Kayla Sheremeta introduced us to Esme who is up for adoption at the Oakville Milton Humane Society. Follow...

Adoptable pets

Kayla Sheremeta from the Oakville Milton Humane Society joined us this morning with Carly, who is up for adoption.

Adoptable pets

It is not just private businesses that are slowly reopening. It is also service like animal adoptions that are resuming operations. Kayla Sheremeta from...

Adoptable pets

Hayley Reid-Ginis from the Oakville & Milton Humane Society joined us this Monday with Crumpet, who is up for adoption.

Adoptable pets

Today we were joined by Kayla Sheremeta of the Oakville & Milton Humane Society who brought in Daisy, who is up for adoption.

Adoptable pets

Kayla Sheremeta and Hayley Reid-Ginis from the Oakville & Milton Humane Society joined us this Monday with Ronnie, who is up for adoption.

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