Mission: Rescue companion animals from local shelters and neglectful situations and provide medical care, food, shelter and supplies while looking for forever homes. Also a low-cost spay and neuter service for low-income pet owners.
Programs: Rescue foster program found homes for 788 animals in 2017
low cost spay/neuter service provided 134 surgeries to low-income pet owners
Franklin County Humane Society saves the lives of homeless dogs and cats every day. We pull animals from the local high kill shelter and foster them through our program, providing medical care and a safe place to stay until they are adopted by loving families. We also sponsor free and reduced cost spay/neuter clinics in an effort to reduce the number of unwanted and homeless pets in Franklin County and beyond.