News & events at Baypath
Kittens Bring Together Animal Hospital and Humane Society
In June, the Hopkinton Police rescued four young, abandoned kittens and brought them to Baypath Humane Society for care. The Baypath team rushed the critically ill kittens to VCA Westborough Animal Hospital, who sprang into action, providing fluids and much needed TLC. The kittens were quickly stabilized and are growing big and strong.
This interaction sparked a new partnership between the animal hospital and humane society. Baypath was thrilled when VCA Animal Hospitals announced that they would like to be the Presenting Sponsor for their 8th annual Paws & Claws 5K, to be held on October 15, 2017 at Hopkinton State Park.
Celebrating Foster Families
We're thrilled that one of our dedicated foster families was recognized by the MetroWest Daily News in their "Good to Know" column about people who give back to their community. Michelle Kreell, her husband John, and son Sam have given an incredible amount of time, love, and attention to help tougher to adopt dogs find new homes.
Specialized Approach to Pet Adoption
Baypath Humane was honored that NBC Boston featured us in a segment about the Clear the Shelters adoption event, highlighting our Dog Behavior Team, our incredible volunteer network who works with staff to truly enrich the lives of the animals in our care and get them ready for their forever homes.
Baypath Humane Society Reaches GuideStar Platinum Rating
Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton is proud to have earned the Platinum GuideStar Nonprofit Profile Seal of Transparency, the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information. Baypath Humane is now part of an elite tier of nonprofit organizations recognized for its commitment to transparency and accountability.
Purr-fect Ending for Four Kittens in Hopkinton
Hopkinton Police came to the rescue when four tiny kittens were found in an abandoned home in town. Officers Brian Sanchioni and Officer Mathew Santoro brought the kittens to Baypath Humane Society, who worked with veterinary partner VCA Westborough Animal Hospital, who gave the kittens fluids and much needed TLC. The kittens are now safe and warm and in one of Baypath's foster homes where they'll be cared for until they're old enough to be adopted.