Changes to the Way We Operate

Curbside Adoptions

Due to our concerns regarding Covid-19 we have decided to make the following changes to our operations:

-We are currently housing hundreds of amazing animals who today, like any other, desire nothing more than finding their forever homes. In an effort to keep our valued staff and volunteers well, we have decided to make a few changes to our adoption center. We kindly and very seriously ask that you only come to visit if you are SERIOUSLY interested in ADOPTING or FOSTERING. We will have someone posted on our front porch who will ask you questions regarding your intentions for visiting. If you have made the trip just to pass time, we will with a heavy heart ask you to leave. Once we conquer this, please come back to visit!

-We will continue to take in stray animals from the public. If you find one in need and currently have the resources and the room in your heart and home to keep them safe until things return to normal, email us information at lostandfound@montgomeryhumane.com We will do our absolute best to make matches with those who are missing their pets.

-If you are missing your pet, we ask that only one owner visit the facility to look. If you are unable to leave your home, please email us pictures of your missing pet with a description and the area they went missing at the email address above. We will do our best to make matches.

-If you own a pet and are unable to provide basic resources during these trying times, please reach out to us. We will do what we can, and share what we have to help your pet remain in their favorite place in this world, by your side.

-If you are able to foster, please reach out to us. We will do everything we can to get things set up as safely as possible.

Please visit Petfinder.com to see some of our adoptable pets. Rest assured that our team will be providing the best possible care to our residents even during these trying times. Thank you for understanding our desire to keep those who care for our communities homeless pets well. They need us now more than ever.