Mon. 12-4:00 pm
Tues. 12-4:00 pm
Thurs. 12-4:00 pm
Fri. 12-6:00 pm
Sat. 12-5:00 pm
EVENTS & SPECIALS
Wabash Valley Community Foundation 2019 Grant Recipient
Thanks to a grant from the Wabash Valley Community Foundation, CCHS has replaced all the tile flooring and sealed it with epoxy. We're very excited to be able to complete this long needed renovation and are honored and grateful to have been able to complete it with a WVCF grant.
CCHS Monthly Meeting Mon., 2/10/20, 6:30 pm at Brazil City Hall. All are welcome. Please join us to find out what's going on and how you can help the canine and feline residents in our care and in our community.
SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT DAY Tues., 2/11/20, 12-4 pm
The 2nd Tues. of every month, Senior Citizens (55 and older) receive 50% off the adoption fee of any cat or dog who is ready to go home.
The Clay County Humane Society has proudly served the Clay County, Indiana community since 1957. Our mission is to: prevent cruelty to animals; to induce others by education and suggestion to treat animals in a kind and humane manner; to aid in the prosecution of those who violate the laws of the state and to operate and maintain an animal shelter in accordance with the foregoing purposes.
CCHS provides shelter for homeless and unwanted cats and dogs in Clay County. All animals taken into our facility are cared for until they are adopted. We do not euthanize for space. To alleveiate the number of homeless and unwanted pets, all cats and dogs are spayed or neutered before leaving the shelter.
CCHS is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization.
We're always in need of fosters, but our need is greatest now. Spring time is kitten season and pregnant and nursing mommas & babies have an increased survival rate in foster homes. Foster time commitments vary from a 2-14 weeks, dependent on the nature of the situation. Please call us at 812-446-5126 if you're able to foster dogs, puppies, cats or kittens. Fosters are an important component of our care. We're very grateful for those who share their homes, providing more TLC than we're able to offer in the shelter environment.
HEART WARMING "TAILS"
During 2018, CCHS took in more than 400 dogs, 33 were heart worm positive. Fortunately, ALL of those dogs received treatment while in our care through funds generously donated by individuals like you, as well as from Heritage Animal Hospital, Pet Care of Terre Haute and SPOT. As of 12/22/19, we have 12 heart worm positive dogs, Woodrow is one of them. If you'd like to contribute to our heart worm treatment fund, please click on our donate button at the bottom of the page and make a note that it's for the Heartworm Treatment Fund. Thank you!