• Please Note: Both CHS locations will close at 4:00pm this Sunday, December 11th and resume regular business hours Monday, December 12th.

Upcoming Events

Holiday Bulbs for sale!

Wednesday, November 23, 2022Sunday, December 25, 2022
6500 S 70th St
Lincoln, NE 68516
US

Holiday bulbs are now available for purchase at the Pieloch Pet Adoption Center! Bulbs are $10 each and all proceeds benefit the animals at the shelter.

Pawsitive Impact Project

Tuesday, December 13, 2022
1:00 pm4:00 pm

Affordable preventative veterinary care program for income-qualified pet owners in Lincoln & Lancaster County. This program provides vaccinations, microchips, flea & tick preventative, and a Pet Food & Supply Pantry.

Pawsitive Impact Project

Tuesday, December 27, 2022
1:00 pm4:00 pm

Affordable preventative veterinary care program for income-qualified pet owners in Lincoln & Lancaster County. This program provides vaccinations, microchips, flea & tick preventative, and a Pet Food & Supply Pantry.

Pawsitive Impact Project

Tuesday, January 3, 2023
1:00 pm4:00 pm

Affordable preventative veterinary care program for income-qualified pet owners in Lincoln & Lancaster County. This program provides vaccinations, microchips, flea & tick preventative, and a Pet Food & Supply Pantry. We are now also offering vouchers for grooming assistance, training/behavior assistance, pet deposit assistance, and canine spay/neuter assistance.

Kitten Kindergarten

Saturday, January 7, 2023
11:00 am12:00 pm
6500 S 70th St
Lincoln, NE 68516
US

"A kitten's mind is a terrible thing to waste." --Steve Dale

Are you the new owner of 8- to 16-week-old kitten? Then Kitten Kindergarten is for you! When kittens are 8 to 16 weeks old, their personalities are shaped and they are most open to new experiences. Proper socialization during this time will start your kitten out on the right paw and give it skills that will last a lifetime.

"The most important action a caretaker can take to help kittens find a permanent home is to actually socialize them." --Dr. Sophia Yin

This Kitten Kindergarten class will be held in the multi-purpose room at the Capital Humane Society's Pet Adoption Center on 6500 South 70th. Class will meet every Saturday for four weeks, beginning on January 7 and ending January 28, and running from 11 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The focus will be on positive exposure to socialization, husbandry, the environment, and training.

Socialization: Learn how to introduce your kitten to people, other animals, places, things, and other experiences.
Husbandry: Prepare your kitten to accept a wellness check, being weighed, and having its nails clipped and teeth cleaned.
Environment: Learn how to provide your kitten with the five pillars of a healthy cat environment.
Teach your kitten basic manners and tricks and how to accept a harness and leash.
Instructor: Allison Hunter-Frederick

Allison Hunter-Frederick is a cat behavior consultant with certificates in Cat Behavior and Retention and Low-Stress Handling, and has taken courses in cat aggression, cat elimination, and cat training. Her pet education articles have appeared in various local and national publications. She is a member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, Pet Professional Guild, and the Land on Your Feet Mentorship. She volunteers with Lincoln Animal Ambassadors and The Cat House and serves on the IAABC Feline Chatty committee and the PPG All Feline committee.

Pawsitive Impact Project

Tuesday, January 10, 2023
1:00 pm4:00 pm

Affordable preventative veterinary care program for income-qualified pet owners in Lincoln & Lancaster County. This program provides vaccinations, microchips, flea & tick preventative, and a Pet Food & Supply Pantry. We are now also offering vouchers for grooming assistance, training/behavior assistance, pet deposit assistance, and canine spay/neuter assistance.

Kitten Kindergarten

Saturday, January 14, 2023
11:00 am12:00 pm
6500 S 70th St
Lincoln, NE 68516
US

"A kitten's mind is a terrible thing to waste." --Steve Dale

Are you the new owner of 8- to 16-week-old kitten? Then Kitten Kindergarten is for you! When kittens are 8 to 16 weeks old, their personalities are shaped and they are most open to new experiences. Proper socialization during this time will start your kitten out on the right paw and give it skills that will last a lifetime.

"The most important action a caretaker can take to help kittens find a permanent home is to actually socialize them." --Dr. Sophia Yin

This Kitten Kindergarten class will be held in the multi-purpose room at the Capital Humane Society's Pet Adoption Center on 6500 South 70th. Class will meet every Saturday for four weeks, beginning on January 7 and ending January 28, and running from 11 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The focus will be on positive exposure to socialization, husbandry, the environment, and training.

Socialization: Learn how to introduce your kitten to people, other animals, places, things, and other experiences.
Husbandry: Prepare your kitten to accept a wellness check, being weighed, and having its nails clipped and teeth cleaned.
Environment: Learn how to provide your kitten with the five pillars of a healthy cat environment.
Teach your kitten basic manners and tricks and how to accept a harness and leash.
Instructor: Allison Hunter-Frederick

Allison Hunter-Frederick is a cat behavior consultant with certificates in Cat Behavior and Retention and Low-Stress Handling, and has taken courses in cat aggression, cat elimination, and cat training. Her pet education articles have appeared in various local and national publications. She is a member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, Pet Professional Guild, and the Land on Your Feet Mentorship. She volunteers with Lincoln Animal Ambassadors and The Cat House and serves on the IAABC Feline Chatty committee and the PPG All Feline committee.

Pawsitive Impact Project

Tuesday, January 17, 2023
1:00 pm4:00 pm

Affordable preventative veterinary care program for income-qualified pet owners in Lincoln & Lancaster County. This program provides vaccinations, microchips, flea & tick preventative, and a Pet Food & Supply Pantry. We are now also offering vouchers for grooming assistance, training/behavior assistance, pet deposit assistance, and canine spay/neuter assistance.

Kitten Kindergarten

Saturday, January 21, 2023
11:00 am12:00 pm
6500 S 70th St
Lincoln, NE 68516
US

"A kitten's mind is a terrible thing to waste." --Steve Dale

Are you the new owner of 8- to 16-week-old kitten? Then Kitten Kindergarten is for you! When kittens are 8 to 16 weeks old, their personalities are shaped and they are most open to new experiences. Proper socialization during this time will start your kitten out on the right paw and give it skills that will last a lifetime.

"The most important action a caretaker can take to help kittens find a permanent home is to actually socialize them." --Dr. Sophia Yin

This Kitten Kindergarten class will be held in the multi-purpose room at the Capital Humane Society's Pet Adoption Center on 6500 South 70th. Class will meet every Saturday for four weeks, beginning on January 7 and ending January 28, and running from 11 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The focus will be on positive exposure to socialization, husbandry, the environment, and training.

Socialization: Learn how to introduce your kitten to people, other animals, places, things, and other experiences.
Husbandry: Prepare your kitten to accept a wellness check, being weighed, and having its nails clipped and teeth cleaned.
Environment: Learn how to provide your kitten with the five pillars of a healthy cat environment.
Teach your kitten basic manners and tricks and how to accept a harness and leash.
Instructor: Allison Hunter-Frederick

Allison Hunter-Frederick is a cat behavior consultant with certificates in Cat Behavior and Retention and Low-Stress Handling, and has taken courses in cat aggression, cat elimination, and cat training. Her pet education articles have appeared in various local and national publications. She is a member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, Pet Professional Guild, and the Land on Your Feet Mentorship. She volunteers with Lincoln Animal Ambassadors and The Cat House and serves on the IAABC Feline Chatty committee and the PPG All Feline committee.

Pawsitive Impact Project

Tuesday, January 24, 2023
1:00 pm4:00 pm

Affordable preventative veterinary care program for income-qualified pet owners in Lincoln & Lancaster County. This program provides vaccinations, microchips, flea & tick preventative, and a Pet Food & Supply Pantry. We are now also offering vouchers for grooming assistance, training/behavior assistance, pet deposit assistance, and canine spay/neuter assistance.