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Nestled in a picturesque hillside in West Windsor, Vermont, Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, dedicated to “improving the lives of animals and people” and they’ve been doing so for over a century. Their bright and warm shelter, which sits on 12-acres of semi-wooded land and fields, provides a safe haven to hundreds of homeless, neglected and mistreated cats and dogs every year. Serving Windsor County, the Upper Valley and surrounding communities, Lucy Mackenzie's caring staff and volunteers make every effort to ensure that the animals are healthy, well adjusted, and ready to be matched with a home that will cherish them for the rest of their life — a life which all animals deserve!
In addition to helping animals find loving, caring homes, Lucy Mackenzie also offers programs designed to help people and animals in the community when they need it most. Programs such as low-cost spay and neuter clinics, the Lucy Mackenzie Pet Pantry, dog training classes and their Jake's Friends Fund, which helps fund necessary medical treatment to animals when owners are financially struggling, are all designed to support keeping companion animals in caring, loving homes. Lucy Mackenzie recognizes and deeply respects the power of the human-animal bond.
Check out the adoptable animals here!