"Finn", Will be HSLC's Mascot ONLY because He would need a person that would understand that His leg will Never Heal to look normal. It's due to not getting it looked at and taken care of when the injury took place. He will have to be seen quite regularly at the Veterinarian's office to stay on top of his health issues.
This kitty has been living in the same area for 5 years. He always used one area in particular as his base, but not being a neutered male, his spraying and family allergies prevented him from being taken inside. Now the tips of his ears are gone, and he had a large mass on his neck from his years of surviving. He also has a bad front right leg from an injury that never healed, the mass was removed. However, we have had 2 opinions about his injury and as of now, they both agreed that he does not seem to be in pain. When we picked him up, it took us only minutes to realize that he was really just a “Gentle Teddy Bear”. All he wanted to do was rub against us and turn over on his back so he could be petted. Our Vet said that he is one of the most loving kitties he and his staff have ever seen.
The Humane Society of Livingston County will work toward eliminating abuse and over-population of animals and aid in the prevention of their suffering within our community.
Provide and assist in the protection of surplus, abused and abandoned animals. To provide these animals with shelter and humane care, within the limits of the law. To assist in the placement of such animals in approved homes.
Continue the spay/neuter voucher program with a future goal of a spay/neuter clinic to assist low income pet owners in Livingston County.
Develop a functional foster care program.
Promote and provide education services to the community.
Do all of the above on a volunteer basis, without reimbursement (excluding membership and donations to the Society as a whole.)
Who & What We Are
Founded in 1987. The Humane Society of Livingston County (HSLC) is currently providing rescues, foster care, and adoptions for dogs and cats (excluding feral). Because of our lack of funding and foster homes we can only do this on a limited basis. We are an all volunteer organization. The HSLC also helps prevent the over population of animals through our Spay/Neuter Program. WE DO NOT HAVE A SHELTER. We are not funded by our County, and not part of Dog Control, so we have to rely on grants, donations, and fund-raisers to obtain money for our cause. All of our volunteers consist of caring, dedicated individuals who desire your support and assistance in helping animals who are in need of loving homes. We are seeking donations to help us reach our future goals including a spay/neuter clinic and community awareness programs.
Our Humane Society is hoping to build a new future and with your help we can accomplish this goal.
Adopting a friend
Adoption donation includes:
All of our animals have been vet checked and spayed or neutered if they are old enough. They are up to date on all vaccines, have been wormed and advantage flea control has been applied.
Come Visit Us!
At this time, all of our animals are being cared for in a very few foster homes. More foster homes are desperately needed in order to save more animals.
Humane Society of Livingston County P.O. Box 233