You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Marshall County Humane Society is now following CDC guidelines for Covid-19 in order to keep everyone as safe as possible. We are showing dogs and cats to prospective adopters, but only on the grounds outside our shelter. We will need appointment to show the animal and we will want to have social distancing of 6 while you are there and we are wearing masks. We are doing Zoom interviews to see inside of your home since we arent going into homes for home visit. We do come to your home before finalizing adoption to check the security of your fence if you are adopting a dog. Our dogs are given much care and attention and we treat every medical need of animal once we take them in.
MCHS is a limited intake adoption center. We are an all volunteer, non-profit organization. All of our animals are disease free, have been spayed/neutered and are up to date on shots. We charge a Dog adoption fee of $125 which includes a microchip. Our Cat adoption fee is $75.00. Most of our dogs will require a fenced yard. To fill out application, go to our website Marshallcountyhumanesociety.org, go to Adoption Info tab and click on Application. For more info, call 662-564-2900. Andy came to us as a small kitten, is very healthy and active; loves playing with his other kitty friends. Est. DoB: 3/15/17
All our animals have been spayed or neutered and up to date on all vaccinations, shots and heartworm preventative and flea/tick preventatives.
Call 662-564-2900 or email Dogsncats11@gmail.com.
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