Through rigorous and insightful textual analysis, I only managed to come across a few credible sources providing information on the Oakville-Milton Humane Society. Given the size and relevance of the shelter, credible information can really only be found from sources close to the humane society. For example, the leading resource was their own website, where they display annual reports, adoption reports, their mission statement, funding opportunities and also continually update the community on upcoming events that they will be hosting. The limited resources show that the Oakville-Milton Humane Society focuses on creating a sizeable impact in the region of Halton, as even though there are limited resources, the credible and effective resources are based out of the community the shelter attempts to support. This shows that the culture of the Oakville-Milton Humane Society is community focused.
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