Huron County Humane Society is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dependent on the generosity of many area individuals and businesses for operational expenses. HCHS mission is to help prevent the suffering experienced by surrendered, abandoned, neglected and abused animals.
Stop by 246 Woodlawn Ave (aka Rte 18) in Norwalk.
The shelter has been over run with kittens and wee need fosters. we have
tiger strips, black kitties, white kitties, orange ones too. Once our
kittens have had all the vaccinations and are spay or neutered, they
will be ready for their new homes. Stop out and fill out an application.
This is Junior he is a 1.5 year old lab mix with a black coat and brown markings. When Junior first came to HCHS he was very shy and would hide in his kennel. Now with a little help from myself and half a cheeseburger, Junior has come to life. He is eager to meet people loves to be outside for hours laying in the grass soaking up the sun and fresh are. junior is very active and would do best in a home that’s always moving and shaking. He is doing good with other dogs and is down for meeting a cat friend or two. Junior is looking for a foster home at this time until he can be seen by a Vet.
Huron County Humane Society Upcoming Events and Save the Dates:
Sept. 19th – Woofstock at Conway Dog Park
Oct. – Hogs for Dogs
Nov. 14th – Vine & Dine
Huron County Humane Society Fun with your Furry Family:
Every month get your pup and join the HCHS at the Norwalk Rails and Trails on Prairie Road, Bellevue. Get monthly date and time at huroncountyhumanesociety.org and “like” em on Facebook!
How to help the Humane Society:
The Huron County Humane Society is looking for Foster Families for the overwhelming amount of dogs and cats at the shelter. Food and other items will be provided, all you need to do is go to huroncountyhumanesociety.org to get all the information about how you can become a Foster Family.
From now through Spring 2015, the Huron County Humane Society will be collecting “Pennies for Pets”! Join the effort to fill an entire dog crate with change to purchase gasoline for the shelter vehicle. This growing expense takes a gouge out of an already strained budget & will report the result in the Spring 2015 issue of The Paw Print. Donate your pennies today! Want to donate a gas card or make a donation towards filling up the shelter van? Please mail your gift to HCHS, attention: Gas for Shelter Van, 246 Woodlawn Ave., Norwalk. The HCHS is a 501 c 3 non-profit and donations are tax deductible.