Update, 9/10: Cat intake has reopened; dog intake by owner surrender remains temporarily closed

Benton County cat owners looking to surrender their pets to our shelter can find the form below. Our kennels are still full of adoptable and stray dogs, and we are unable to take in canine owner-surrenders at this time. Please check back soon for updates, as we will reopen our intake as soon as we are able. Small animal pet owners should contact staff directly for updates: adopt@heartlandhumane.org.

Here to Help

Heartland Humane operates an open intake-shelter for animals in Benton County. We will never turn away a pet in need because of poor health, age, or breed. Limitations on intake may be temporarily placed in response to lack of space.

Surrendering Your Pet

Intakes of surrendered animals is by appointment only. This service is for pet animals. Feral cats can be neutered or spayed and then returned to their territory through our Trap, Neuter, and Return program, but are not good candidates for shelter animals. If you are working with a cat that cannot be handled, please call the shelter to discuss TNR.

If you live in Benton County or Corvallis, please fill out the appropriate profile below. You will be contacted by staff to schedule your appointment.

Cats

Cat Surrender Profile

Dogs

Intake by owner surrender is temporarily closed. Please check back soon.

Small Animals

Intake by owner surrender is temporarily closed. Please check back soon.