The mission of the Humane Society of Monroe County is to provide safe and healthy temporary homes for lost, surrendered, and stray animals in Monroe County, and to seek permanent homes ensuring their long term welfare.
Through education and advocacy, the Humane Society of Monroe County will promote the humane treatment of companion animals and will work toward reducing the pet overpopulation problem in Monroe County.
The Humane Society of Monroe County envisions a community where companion animals are treated with respect and are provided with the proper care they deserve.
The Humane Society of Monroe County is a private, charitable 501(c) 3 animal welfare organization that was founded in 1954 by a group of Monroe County Residents that were concerned for the welfare of companion animals in the Monroe County area. The Society operates a no-kill limited intake shelter. The HSMC does not receive any funding from federal, state or local government sources or other public entities. Funding is dependent upon the generosity of individuals and corporate business supporters to support our programs and services. A group of committed volunteers make our fundraising programs successful.
Shelter Hours of Operation:
Monday, Wednesday-Friday: 12:30-5pm
Tuesday & Saturday: 12:30-6pm
Thrift Store Hours of Operation:
Donations can be dropped off during business hours.