Humane Society of Union County is not the Union County Animal Shelter. We look for foster and permanent homes for pets.

We are a rescue organization that provides compassion, commitment and community work.

 

PROVIDING COMPASSION TO THE CATS AND DOGS OF MONROE.

On March 10th, the Humane Society of Union County partnered with Monroe’s Animal Control to spread the word about spaying and neuter.  A Monroe Animal Control truck and the Humane Society Union County van set out into neighborhoods full of pet supplies and volunteers, to speak with every neighbor that would listen.   We educated them about providing adequate food, water, shelter, spaying and neutering. Many dogs were given new dog houses, cables to replace chains, food, vouchers for spaying and neutering and more.  We provided for cats also.  It was a good day!

HUMANE SOCIETY OF UNION COUNTY BELIEVES RESCUE MEANS:

COMPASSION, COMMITMENT, COMMUNITY.

LET’S END LITTERING

Outreach Program

Join us Most Saturdays at the Monroe Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic 

Keep a watch on our Facebook page for changes on our SATURDAY ADOPTION EVENTS.

Volunteer Corner

Rachel is a great volunteer. We love you Rachel!

Our volunteers are great.  Come join them and volunteer.  It is as easy as filling out the form.  Click Here

 

Humane Society of Union County Wins Training Grants

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Featured Pet:

Needs a Family

Meet Sunnie

  This is what she looked like when she was first found.

Skinny and Heartworm positive.

This is what Sunnie looks like now!

 

 FUTURE

MONROE LOW COST SPAY NEUTER CLINICThe Humane Society of Union County is well on its way to building  the NEW Monroe Spay Neuter Clinic …more

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WELCOME 3 LEGGED Little Bit

Little Bit was born with her right front leg that never developed. At 8 months old she gets around great but had to teach herself how to walk on three legs as a young pup.

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HAPPY TAILS

A mama. 8 pups. And the wonderful family who fostered them all.

What makes a cat lover open her home and heart to a Mama dog and 8 puppies? Read this wonderful interview with Foster Mom Sheri Whitehead. It’s filled with insights about the rich experience you and your own family could have opening your home to foster one of the Humane Society of Union County’s beautiful animals. CONTINUE READING

 

Different Ways to Help Save Lives

  •  Foster A Pet | We ask that you fill out an application to start the process of applying to foster a pet.  
  • Give | There are several ways you can contribute and help the Humane Society of Union County, NC.
  • Volunteer | We are always looking for friends who are willing to spend time helping us. Check out the various volunteering opportunities we offer.
  • Donate – Monetary donations help the cause of protecting animal welfare.
  • Adopt – What’s a better way to save a life?  You might get saved yourself.
  • igive234x60bLink to iGive and stores will donate a percentage of what you spend. (Click on iGive logo)

 

 

 

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