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Marshall County Humane SocietyMarshall County Humane Society
Our mission is to educate people on responsible pet ownership and to reduce the homeless pet population through adoptions and spay/neuter. All animals up for adoption are up to date on shots and have been spayed or neutered. We accept a limited numbe... Read more
Our mission is to educate people on responsible pet ownership and to reduce the homeless pet population through adoptions and spay/neuter. All animals up for adoption are up to date on shots and have been spayed or neutered. We accept a limited number of healthy, adoptable animals since we are all volunteer. We also investigate and prosecute cases of animal abuse in the county of Marshall, MS.
The Marshall County Humane Society is comprised solely of volunteers who simply love animals enough to try to make a difference in their lives. We are also trying to raise money in order to complete the inside space at our Adoption Center, plus add surgical items for our Spay/Neuter clinic. All of our animals that are up for adoption are being cared for at our Center or in foster homes. We receive no public funding so we are happy to accept donations.
Spay and Neuter Clinic
The Marshall County Humane Society Spay and Neuter Clinic has found a new location across from the Byhalia City Hall. Dr. Isis Johnson, with the aid of a volunteer support staff, has performed more than 10,000 spay/neuters to date. Every spay/neuter reduces the number of unwanted animals in our community.
Adoption Center: We are limited to only a few animals at a time due to limited space and all volunteer staff. When we get adoptions then we are able to take more animals. We are able to get them spayed or neutered and give them proper immunizations before they are adopted out.