I originally came to the shelter with my sister as just a tiny kitten of only 2 pounds. We grew up and continued to be overlooked. Many moons after our entry, we decided to have a little fun. We came up with a plan and taught ourselves how to open the door of our kennel. After that we opened up the kennel doors of others and had ourselves a party! Once shelter staff figured out what we were doing they nicknamed us the Party Planner (me) and the Party Plannerís Assistant (my sister). Finally, our day came and we were adopted together in January, nearly 2 years after entering the shelter. Over a year later, our owner returned us due to her health problems and wished us the best of luck. Because we spent so long at the shelter the last time, shelter staff opted to make us Cabin Fever Cats and reduce our adoption fees to $50.00! But nearly another year has already passed and we will soon celebrate another year here at the shelter. Please donít continue to overlook me (us) again. Wonít you please consider me (us) today? Please call the Humane Society of North Iowa at 641-423-6241 for more information. Photo courtesy of Ames Photography.
Abandoned by my previous owner and left to perish, I have since been rescued by a team of some mighty fine people. As a result of my past I have lost my tail, but that is the least of my worries. What concerns me most these days is that I wonít ever find a family who will cherish and adore me, always keeping my best interests in mind. I so want, and deserve, at least that. Do not let my age fool you, I am full of energy and eager to live life to the fullest. After spending some time at the shelter, it has been determined that I cannot live with other dogs or cats. Due to my past, I suffer from some anxiety. I will require a lot of time, love, and patience. Although they have received many applications for me, they have yet to find just the right fit. If you think that you can provide Goldie with her forever home, please call the Humane Society of North Iowa at 641-423-6241 for more information. Photo courtesy of Arickx Photography.
More details to come. Please call the Humane Society of North Iowa at 641-423-6241 for more information.
The Humane Society of North Iowa is a nonprofit organization, incorporated under the laws of Iowa. We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm. Place: Pet Adoption Center, HSNI, 2700 S. Birch Drive, Mason City, Iowa.
We operate a Pet Adoption Center at 2700 S. Birch Drive in Mason City. Our facility holds about 30 dogs and 50 cats. We have recently moved to our new facility that we have worked towards for many years.
At our Pet Adoption Center an animal stays with us until they are adopted.
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older
Legal Disclaimer: We reserve the right to refuse adoption
All adopting parties must fill out the Adoption Application by:
Schedule of fees charged for adoption of cats and dogs at the Humane Society of North Iowa Pet Adoption Center:
Puppies(under 6 months) - $150
Adutl & Puppies(over 6 months) - $135
Senior Dogs(over 7 years) - $110
Kittens (Under 1 year) - $115
Adult Cats - $105
Senior Cats (Over 10 years) - $90
All cats and dogs have been spayed or neutered before leaving the facility. All have been dewormed. Cats are tested for feline leukemia and FIV and all have current shots including rabies if old enough. Dogs are tested for heartworms and have current shots including rabies if old enough.
The Pet Adoption Center for the Humane Society of North Iowa is located at 2700 S. Birch Drive, Mason City, IA 50401.
Shelter hours are: 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, Wednesday 10 A.M. to 7 P.M., and 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Saturday. We are closed on Sunday and Monday.