Heartland Humane Society is a local, progressive, not-for-profit animal welfare organization. Founded in Benton County by a number of compassionate citizens in 1966, our mission is To build a more compassionate community by teaching humane messages to our youth, caring for homeless animals and strengthening the human-animal bond.
Our programs include
- Running an open-door animal shelter where we care for more than 2,000 animals each year
- Low-cost adoptions and partnering with a network of animal welfare agencies to save more lives
- Visiting local schools and youth activity centers with humane education programs that sow the seeds of compassion and teach responsible pet ownership as well as safety around animals
- Providing services for low-income pet owners such as a pet-food bank and Safe Housing Program
- Safe Housing Program for people in crisis shelters.
- Behavior counseling and referrals
- Lost and found services
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