The PCHS is deeply in debt and money is not coming in. We are desperately trying to raise money in a last attempt to keep the shelter doors open and help the animals.
At this time we are not accepting any animals and trying to find homes for the remaining ones.
We cannot respond to cruelty calls, injured animals, etc. We don't have the finances or personnel at this time.
If you would like to help, please use the Paypal button on the left to donate.
Please note that due to staff and veterinary costs, it takes over $28,000 per month to run the shelter.
Click Here for Liz Forrest's article about this in MilfordNow Magazine.
The mission of the Pike County Humane Society is to prevent cruelty to animals by educating people in the humane treatment of all animals. To educate and indoctrinate society and individuals on the intricacies of having and owning pets by explaining the responsibility endowed by such ownership. To provide shelter, food, care and medical treatment as needed for the lost, abandoned, abused and unwanted animals that come under our care. To evaluate prospective adoptees and to find good homes for the animal we care for. To educate people in the importance of spay and neuter programs and to function as an agent by making available a low cost spay and neuter program to address the overwhelming unwanted animal population. To offer cooperation and assistance to appropriate authorities to investigate and prosecute animal cruelty, abuse and neglect.