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Madison County SPCA Humane SocietyMadison County SPCA Humane Society
It is the intent and purpose of the Madison County Humane Society to provide humane care and treatment to homeless dogs and cats needing protection, and to provide shelter, medical care and sustenance until they are adopted. Our goals are to return l... Read more
It is the intent and purpose of the Madison County Humane Society to provide humane care and treatment to homeless dogs and cats needing protection, and to provide shelter, medical care and sustenance until they are adopted.
Our goals are to return lost cats and dogs to their rightful owners, to educate the community about responsible pet ownership, to be advocates for animal welfare, and to further the bond between people and animals.
The Madison County Humane Society is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit public charity that provides shelter care for homeless dogs and cats until they are adopted. The Humane Society is totally funded by generous donations and does not receive any assistance from federal, state or local municipal agencies. The Humane Society operates as one of the few remaining non-euthanasia facilities in Indiana.
We are located at 2219 Crystal Street in North Anderson and we are open every day from 12:00noon to 5:00pm, except Wednesday, Sundays and holidays. Adoption fees for dogs is $75, and $65 for cats. Fee includes feline leukemia testing for cats/kittens, heartworm testing for dogs, bordatella and distemper vaccines, a wellness exam, plus spay or neuter. Discounted fees for bonded pairs and senior animals.