Lawrence County Humane Society
Since 1953, the Lawrence County Humane Society has helped prevent cruelty to animals and provide a safe haven for lost pets and the homeless animals of Lawrence County. They are provided with a comfortable living environment, food, shelter, basic medical evaluations and care, vaccinations, SNAP testing, micro-chipping, spay/neuter procedure and most of all plenty of LOVE. Our staff is dedicated to providing compassionate care to the animals while in their time of need until completing our ultimate goal of placing them into a new forever home.
Services To The Community
*If you are looking to bring an animal (cat/dog) to LCHS please call us in advance before bringing the animal in. Our intake is based on our kennel space at that time. We do utilize a waiting list for our Cat and Dog room when we are at capacity, please call to check on our availability! Thank you
If you are interested in adopting a dog, please fill out our online adoption application!
If you are interested in adopting a cat, please fill out our online adoption application!
Agreement NOT to Declaw:
Did you know that declawing consists of amputating not just the claws, but the whole phalanx (up to the joint), including bones, ligaments, and tendons? Declawing is not a “simple”, single surgery but 10 separate, painful amputations of the third phalanx up to the last joint of each toe. You agree declawing can cause serious physical, psychological and behavioral complications. You understand that scratching is normal cat behavior and you will provide scratching pads and keep their nai
day hours Monday CLOSED Tuesday 12:00pm-4:30pm Wednesday 12:00pm-4:30pm Thursday 12:00pm-4:30pm Friday 12:00pm-4:30pm Saturday 12:00pm-4:30pm Sunday CLOSED