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Critter Cam 1 at the Rogue Valley
Humane Society

This web camera is located at the Rogue Valley Humane Society in Grants Pass. It is sponsored by Mini Pet Mart and will feature cute animals waiting to be adopted. You can find more information on adopting an animal at the websites for the Humane Society (541-479-5154) and the Josephine County Animal Shelter. Both facilities also have Facebook pages.

From time to time, the staff at the Humane Society will clean the Critter Cam area and may block the camera or remove the animals for a short time. But don't worry, they'll be back shortly.

The Daily Courier’s five cameras are the largest network of webcams in Josephine County and all of Southern Oregon with live streaming video.

A partnership with high-speed Internet provider Hunter Communications has made it possible to support the massive bandwidth requirements for the Daily Courier’s five cameras.

Check out our other web cams
Downtown camera Bridge camera River camera Critter camera 2

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The following comments are from the readers of In no way do they represent the views of The Daily Courier or Comments will not be posted immediately, but will be approved and post periodically throughout the day. Thank you for your participation.

Me 5/22/2015 1:38:23 pm
LOL! Someone is sleeping in front of the web cam. Nice close up of hair.

Carol 5/8/2015 8:03:41 am
All the cat trees have been put in the cat room so the outside area can be cleaned. It's now a new jungle for the cats to explore and climb upon. It's good mental stimulation for them!

MAC 4/28/2015 3:19:20 pm
Oh I'm so happy for Trigger. He was my favorite. If I didn't live 1200 miles away I'd have adopted him myself long ago.

Missing Trigger 4/25/2015 3:42:11 pm
Saw on the RVHS Facebook page that this room's icon, Trigger, finally went home on Friday. He was the medium sized white and black cat that had been in this room for over four years. Glad you finally found your fur-ever home Trigger.

Joyce S. 3/30/2015 6:38:44 pm
I just want to express my appreciation to all of the staff and volunteers of RVHS for the excellent spaghetti dinner benefit held at Baldini's on Sunday March 29th. It was excellent and for a great cause. Thanks

Mac 3/20/2015 11:59:58 am
I read about the 12 cats that were sent to Portland. I'll miss seeing some of my favorites but I'm thrilled that they all may get wonderful homes.

Joyce S. 3/20/2015 10:02:53 am
Just checking in our furry critters and so enjoy the compassion and caring that the special people setting the room up for the day show for the cats. You are really great and very much appreciated for your commitment to the care of all of the animals there. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!

Rose 2/23/2015 3:41:59 pm
I like the kitty condos, way cool. bet the cats do too !

Mary 2/17/2015 2:04:42 pm
The cats are being played with. They sure look like there enjoying it.

chuck 2/16/2015 10:15:31 am
Just read the Debra and Do comments. The question that Do proposed was pretty simple to me and worth thinking about. If Do did not know the answer she had a very valid question. My 2 cents.

Today is Valentine's day 2/14/2015 1:50:39 pm
Is your new love waiting for you at the humane society?

Dedra 2/5/2015 10:47:20 am
And would say you got a very simple response. No one accused. Just stated a fact Your explanation of being watched is ridiculous. Signs are up enter at your own risk LOL Enjoy the critter cams daily courier, keep up the good works.

Do 2/4/2015 11:05:36 pm
Dedra, not that I owe you an explanation. However I hope anyone with good sense could find another reason for asking. Sometimes people when they don't think they are being watched do things that they wouldn't want the world to see, ie scratch an itch, or something else that might be embarrassing. Your mind about someone going in and abusing an animal or feeding them something that would make them sick makes me sick. What kind of person thinks of that kind of stuff? I just had a very simple question and I guess that brought out the simple response. Please think before you accuse.

Dedra 1/31/2015 4:58:46 pm
What a weird question. Why would you be concerned or not you were being monitored. Thank goodness they do for the animals safety. Some one going in and abusing an animal or feeding them something that would make them sick. If you don't want to be on camera, don't go in.

Do 1/19/2015 9:56:04 am

Visitor 1/19/2015 9:34:18 am
To 'DO'?: There are signs on the doors leading to the critter cam areas, advising that people are entering a monitored area. I was also told before I entered the room.

Cam fan 1/18/2015 9:06:59 am
I am enjoying watching the black cat having fun batting around a toy. Such a nice place for the kitties to hang out while they wait for a furever home.

Do 1/17/2015 12:34:07 pm
Do people that visit the Humane Society know that they are on camera when visiting the animals? Just wondering if they have to sign a release? Thank you.

Joyce S. 1/1/2015 11:07:53 am
Just wishing a nice, warm and cozy New Days Day for our purrfect furry friends and also a Very Happy New Year to Margaret and all of the staff and volunteers that do such a good and caring job all year long. So very much appreciated by all of us for your excellence in taking care of all of the critters.,

Judi 12/16/2014 10:45:13 am
Uh oh.....those silly kitties have again moved the camera away from their play space. Don't they know Santa is watching? They could get coal in their stockings...................

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