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Humane Society For Hamilton County Needs Community Support

Like so many other businesses and charities in our community, the Humane Society for Hamilton County has been hit incredibly hard by the pandemic. While pet adoptions have been excellent, annual fundraising initiatives that keep our doors open, 365 days a year, to over 3,000 animals, have been casualties of COVID.

Humane Society for Hamilton County serves as one of the only open-admission, truly no-kill shelters in the country. As both the animal control facility and Humane Society for Hamilton County, they rescue the most difficult to save—and place—animals imaginable. From victims of abuse and those with hit-by-car injuries, to pets displaced by the economy or a lack of owner commitment, we are equally committed to them all. HSHC has always believed in sharing our blessings beyond Hamilton County’s borders rescuing over 300 animals each year at-risk for euthanasia in other Indiana shelters.

Executive Director Rebecca Stevens of HSHC says, “But with this deficit, the lives of these animals, that we are requested daily to help, lie in the balance. I have faith that those of you who can, will consider sharing your blessings with us at this incredibly difficult time. We’re counting on you… because they’re counting on us.”

Please donate to the COVID Emergency Fund Today at HamiltonHumane.com/covid-relief.

Location: 1721 Pleasant St, Noblesville. For more information on adopting, fostering, donating, and other ways to help, visit HamiltonHumane.com, call 317-773-4974 or email [email protected]

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