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Clay County Humane Society

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals, Veterinary Services

Mission: The purpose of the

Programs: Medical surgeries & treatments as follows: 1,481 spays & neuters, 1,041 misc surgeries; 5,128 free cat sterilizations 20,165 other animals received other forms of veterinary care at reduced rates 15,002 new patients bring total patient count since inception in 1991 to 170,859 in 1994 a wildlife rhabilitation program was established resulting in emergency care and nuturing services to over 1,000 different animals. More than 80% of the animals have been successfully released after rehabilitation.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Client Served

Rating: 5

All of the cats the person above is talking about have been fixed. They are well taken care of, much better than being loose on the streets. Sorry you had a bad experience but believe me Clay Humane is a fantastic place full of loving and caring people that have dedicated their lives to helping animals.

Review from Guidestar

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

This place is a joke. Made an appt for my dog to be neutered. Got him there and they wan
ted an extra 100.00 from what they quoted me. They have cats running around every where outside. They wanted to take the muzzle off from my dog even though they was told he will bite when he is nervous or around people he doesn't know. They told my husband when he got there to drop him off that they told me about the extra 100.00 for blood work because he is over 5 years old. Liars!!! Don't donate or take your animals here.!

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

Clay Humane is not a shelter facility, however, that doesn't prevent people from dropping off animals from time to time. Clay Humane does not have the room for these unwanted pets but will foster or house them until they can find permanent, loving homes. I actually adopted my Walker coonhound from them and she has been a wonderful addition to my family. Right now Clay Humane is offering free spay/neuters to feral AND owned cats in Clay County at their own expense to help lower the euthanasia rate in our area. In November 2013 they will be offering $25 spay/neuters for pit bulls or pit-mixes. This is a tremendous help to our community and I recommend their vets to everyone.

Review from Guidestar