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MHS was started on June 7th, 2004 with a handful of caring and supporting Volunteers that wanted to help reach out to homeless, neglected and abused animals. Our mission at Mass Humane Society is to help these sheltered animals in providing exceptional care and proper placement of adoptable companion animals. The MHS staff is dedicated, committed and tirelessly engaged, in assuring every animal is entrusted to our care,
MHS has low-cost Spay/Neuter assistance and to broaden clinic participation and develop educational information on these important issues. MHS promotes and educates the humane way to handle the Feral Cat population by the means of (TNR) Trap-Neuter-Return, about the importance of animal welfare, and the co-existing with wildlife because of the depletion of their habitat and environment in Massachusetts and other states.
Massachusetts Humane Society, Inc. is a section 501 (c) 3, non-profit, tax-deductible, no-kill, Volunteer work Shelter, therefore, we do not receive any direct Town, City, State or Federal funding. MHS depends solely on monetary donations from it's individual supporters, charitable foundations, fundraiser events and the dedicated Volunteers. Massachusetts Humane Society's biggest mission and goal became a REALITY on September 30th, 2006 - the MHS Animal Shelter opened. MHS is constantly and diligently helping and caring for animals in need.
Mass Humane Society is looking for donations to achieve many more missions and goals that will BRING PEOPLE AND PETS TOGETHER! Mass Humane Society is a short term and long term haven for all the animals that come to our Shelter. ** We Keep Until We Find **
If you would like to join our great team of MHS Volunteers in helping and caring for the animals, please call us at 1-781-335-1300.
Animal Resuce & adoption & Sanctuary
- Joanne Mainiero
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