Who We Are
The Hub City Humane Society is dedicated to provide compassionate care of homeless, neglected and abused animals. We strive to maintain the highest quality of services to the community by relieving the pain and suffering of all animals brought into our care. We are an open admission animal shelter where an animal is never turned away due to health or physical space limitations. We will engage the public and actively increase public awareness of animal welfare issues as well as work to prevent cruelty and promote kindness towards animals. Our organization collaborates with rescue and animal welfare organizations both locally and nationally and promises to maintain this high level of performance through continued training and education for management and staff.
Adopting a friend
All applicants are carefully screened and must meet certain qualifications before placement. You must be 18 years of age in order to fill out an application. Submitting an application does not guarantee adoption. All of the animals are vetted, spayed/neutered,micro-chipped and current on vaccinations before placement.
"I looked at all the caged animals in the shelter...the cast offs of human society. I saw in their eyes love and hope, fear and dread, sadness and betrayal. And I was angry.
"God", I said, "this is terrible! Why don't you do something?" God was silent for a moment, and then he spoke softly"I have done something", he replied, "I created you."
- Author Unknown-
Rescue dogs remember where they have been. Those that are lucky enough to get out shelters know that not all dogs make it out alive. They remember what its like to go without food or clean water for days. They remember sleeping in the mud, dodging cars and braving the elements. They also remember the homes where they were loved and a part of the family,or a home where they were never loved and abused. They don't understand why they were dumped in the country or in a local shelter, or why people with trucks and cages picked them up , took them to the shelter and no one ever came to get them.
Surely there was some small space for these guys in their families new home. Surely the new baby would have loved having a canine guardian, or when family's move, there had to be room for all the family which included the furkid . When they get old they need love and care just as we do .
We are not thrown away or euthanized because we are old. They suffer emotional loss just like us. Because these dogs know how hard life can be, when adopted into their forever homes, they tend to be the most loyal dedicated pets ever. When you adopt you are taking home the best friend you will ever have. Give a rescue a chance. No one could ever love you more!!!!
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Hub City Humane Society
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