Whatcom Humane Society Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Cause Area

  • Animals
  • Community
  • Environment
  • Health & Medicine


5602 Mission RoadBellingham, WA 98226 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Statement of Principle: The Whatcom Humane Society believes that all animals, as sentient beings, have value beyond economic measurements and are entitled to legal, moral, and ethical consideration and protection. Mission: - Advocate for animals - Educate the community to promote humane treatment and respect for animals - Provide for abandoned, injured, abused or neglected animals Vision: All animals in our community are treated with kindness, respect, and compassion.


The Whatcom Humane Society (WHS) has been caring for animals throughout Whatcom County since 1902.

As the oldest non-profit animal welfare organization in Whatcom County, WHS is committed to caring for any animal in need.

As an open-admission animal shelter, WHS turns no animal away, regardless of the animals age, breed, temperament, physical or medical condition.

Our dedicated staff and volunteers care for approximately 4,500 domestic, wild and farm animals annually. We currently operate 3 shelter facilities - a domestic animal shelter, a wildlife rehabilitation center and a farm facility.

In addition, WHS provides 24 hour a day animal control & rescue services for the majority of Whatcom County including the Cities of Bellingham, Ferndale, Blaine, Sumas, Everson, unincorporated Whatcom County and has relationships with both the Lummi & Nooksack Indian Reservations.


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