KittysThe humane society is dedicated to helping end abuse in Greene County and find loving homes for stray, neglected,and abused animals.

The humane society also has its own humane officer program to investigate and prosecute animal abuse cases.

Cleanliness of Our Shelter facility

The public is welcome to tour our facility and to look at and pet our animals. We are proud of what we do, and how we do it, and we are especially proud of our animal shelter.

Every morning, 365 days a year, we clean our facility with bleach.

Since most of our dogs and cats are well-behaved, we allow you to pet most of them. We do ask that you make use of the hand wipes that are placed around the kennels to wipe your hands after touching one animal before touching another. This reduces the spread of minor disease among our animal residents.

Occasionally, despite our precautions, a new stray dog will bring in parvovirus (parvo). Every kennel that accepts dogs has this problem. We immediately take steps to stop the spread of this disease, which is especially dangerous to puppies. If we suspect that we have the disease, there may be restrictions on where you may go, and you will notice the distinct smell of chlorine bleach, which we use several times a day to wash down the facilities to kill the virus.

We Are Now Open By Appointment Only

We wanted to offer a reminder that we are still operating on an appointment basis and are closed to the public (aside from scheduled visits).  If you are interested in adopting, we ask that you please fill out the application that is on our website, send it to us and then we will schedule a day and time for a visit.  Thank you for your continued support and understanding.