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Humane Society for Hamilton County

Noblesville, IN
Our Mission: Saving Lives. Completing Families. Educating Communities.

We shelter and re-home the abandoned, stray, unwanted and neglected dogs and cats of Hamilton County, Indiana. We are also the animal control facility for the county, taking in owner-surrendered pets (at no charge), strays found by animal control, bite cases and animal cruelty investigation cases. Adoptable animals are sheltered until they are re-homed – there are no time limits for these animals. In addition, through our Survivor Fund, we treat the seriously ill and injured (such as heartworm-positive dogs or hit-by car cases) and provide these animals their best chance for a second chance. We serve over 3,500 animals annually and believe every life counts.

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Our shelter has set a goal to collect 50000 Paw Points®. That’s enough to help us buy 117 boxes of Fresh Step®! If you want to help us reach our goal, donate some of your Paw Points®.
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