2015 Pet Calendars: Watch for the new Humane Society Dog and Cat calendars, coming in October. Great gifts for all the pet lovers on your present list. This year, your adopted pet can be one of the stars of the calendar. If your dog or cat was adopted from the Humane Society, and if you are one of the first to sign up and make a donation to support the calendar project, your pet can be featured in one of our pet calendars. LOOK HERE for more information.
Meet the Cats: The Humane Society Cat Adoption Center is open Saturday 10am-2pm, and by appointment. Meet great adoptable cats, and find out more about pet adoption. The new Adoption Center is at 2430 36th St. in Northport.
Meet the Dogs: Join the Humane Society in front of Pet Supplies "Plus" one Saturday each month (except during football season and special events, when its sometimes on Sunday). Meet some of the dogs available for adoption, speak with our volunteers, and find out more about adopting a pet from the Humane Society. THE NEXT Meet the Dogs event will be Sunday Sept 21, 1-4pm.
Flea Market: Visit
our Flea Market at 3201 Main Ave in Northport for great bargains! Our
Flea Market is a major source of income for our rescue operations.
And we always need donations - please bring your unneeded household items, furniture and gently used clothing to the
Flea Market. We'll find them a new home.
Check out our booth at makers market: The Humane Society sells donated handmade craft items at makers market, 401 22nd St. THANK YOU makers market for donating space to us. If you have handmade items to donate for our craft sales, contact the Humane Society.
Humane Society now has a quarterly newsletter available by
email and online. CLICK
HERE to view the latest newsletter
or to request to be on the
newsletter email list.
Society of West Alabama is
|Maddie Adams, Kate Rainey, Abigail Traylor and Anna Marie Leach, with their friends Anna Adams and Sydney Quitt (not pictured) visit the new Cat Adoption Center, to deliver money they raised at their event "Posh on the Porch for Pooches." THANKS ladies for your work and for your donation. Our kitties appreciate your efforts!
US HELP THEM - ADOPT A HOMELESS PET
We have many
rescued dogs and cats available for adoption. Check
our lists of adoptable dogs and adoptable cats (top of page)
to find your new best friend.
All Humane Society dogs and cats
are in foster care or at one of our animal adoption homes. The
Cat Adoption Center is open most Saturdays 10am-2pm,and
cats may also be seen by appointment. Dogs may
only be seen by appointment, or at our monthly Meet
the Pets event.
Please check out our List
of Cats and List of Dogs on
PetFinder, then contact the
Humane Society to make
an appointment to meet your new best friend.
Check out our Events
Calendar to keep up with what's happening at the Humane
And don't forget to check our Volunteer
page if you have time to help with these events.
STRAY and UNWANTED ANIMALS: Stray,
unwanted and unknown animals should be taken to Tuscaloosa Metro
Animal Shelter. Please DO NOT bring any
stray or homeless animals directly to the Humane Society, we
do not have facilities for accepting such animals!! Metro
Animal shelter is the drop-off site for unwanted
animals. The Humane Society
can only care for a limited number of animals. When we have room
to accept more animals, they come to us through our veterinarians,
through our work with Metro Animal Shelter and local animal control,
and through our own volunteers' rescue efforts. We rescue and
find homes for as many animals as possible, but our facilities
and our volunteer efforts are limited!! Introducing
a stray animal with unknown health problems risks the health
of our other animals and jeapordizes our rescue efforts. Please
DO NOT bring any stray, homeless or unwanted animal directly
to the Humane Society!!!!
DONATIONS: We ALWAYS need money. You
can donate through paypal (see link at the left of this page), or
by mailing a check (to P.O. Box 70054, Tuscaloosa, AL 35407) or by bringing your cash or check (no credit/debit
cards) to our Flea Market in Northport during regular operating hours.
We currently have about 120 animals in our care, about 80 of them
awaiting adoption. If you wish to help us with our ongoing rescue
and adoption operations, please consider a donation. We have been
a pet rescue and adoption organization for over 40 years. We are
an all-volunteer organization: none of the money we receive through
donations or fundraising is used for salaries.
FOSTER HOMES: We
really need foster homes, to care for animals displaced and homeless
due to the storm. Some of these animals are not available for adoption,
they just need a temporary place to stay while their family looks
for a new home or job. If you can provide temporary care for any
of our animals, please consider applying to become a foster home. Look
here for more information on providing foster care and how to apply.