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Urgent! Foster parents needed!

We have taken in 65 animals in the last 48 hours. Unfortunately, space and resources are not infinite and in order to save lives we need your help. The biggest… Read More »

Closing the No-Kill Cat Gap Together

In October 2022, I wrote a Pet Pause article announcing that we had applied for a Rachel Ray Save Them All Cat Grant to help us fund our Kitten Foster… Read More »

Remarkable Progress on Our Journey Towards No-Kill Cat 2025: A Year in Review

As we near the end of 2023, we at the Montgomery Humane Society are excited to share the inspiring progress we have made towards achieving our No-Kill Cat 2025 initiative…. Read More »

MHS Awarded $10,000 Mightycat Grant

MONTGOMERY, AL, 10/6/23. The Montgomery Humane Society is thrilled to announce that it has been awarded a generous $10,000 Mightycat Grant from the esteemed Orphan Kitten Club. This grant will… Read More »

Montgomery Humane Society Announces Detailed Statistics Now Available Online

Montgomery, AL, March 2023 – The Montgomery Humane Society (MHS) is proud to announce that detailed statistics on its operations are now available on its website, https://www.montgomeryhumane.com/about/. These statistics have… Read More »

MHS Awarded $30k Rachael Ray Grant

Montgomery, AL – The Montgomery Humane Society is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant of $30,415 by the Rachael Ray Save Them All Foundation. This grant… Read More »

Stray Animals Published to MHS Website

In an effort to return more animals back to their families, the Montgomery Humane Society is now publishing photos and information about each stray animal that enters the shelter to… Read More »

Teamwork Saves Cherished Family Pet

Earlier this month, Mr. Brett Kelley came to the shelter in a panic. He and his family adopted Max, a 12-week-old terrier mix a few weeks back and had fallen… Read More »

Intervention Program Awarded $55,000 Petco Love Grant

We are very grateful to the Petco Love Foundation for once again providing major support to the Shelter Intervention Program. The Shelter Intervention Program’s mission is to significantly reduce animal… Read More »

A Family Gift to the MHS Kitten Room

On January 28, 2022, the family of Mr. Benjamin E. Pool joined MHS Board President Joanne Rice, MHS Executive Director Steven Tears, and MHS Marketing and Development Manager Lea Turbert… Read More »

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