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Everyday Heartland Humane Society cares for pets who are lost, surrendered, or abandoned. This past year, Benton County and City of Corvallis Animal Control Officers brought 215 animals to Heartland Humane Society. Last year, 20% of all of the animals brought to Heartland were returned to their owners and 1,123 animals found new forever homes. Foster families cared for 672 animals – saving pets who were too young, sick, or behaviorally unsound for shelter life. Another 73 animals were transferred to other rescue groups and shelters.
In an effort to prevent unwanted animals, all cats, dogs, and most small animals, are spayed or neutered before adoption. Humane educators work with children in local schools, after-school programs, and on-site camps to teach humane messages that extend from animal care to compassionate interactions with pets and people. Last year, Heartland partnered with other youth agencies to expand humane education into existing after-school programs.
Did you know that our fees for service – including adoption fees, boarding & impound fees, and contract income – covers only 28% of our annual budget?
You can help keep pets with their families, dangerous and destructive animals off the street, find new homes for adoptable animals, prevent unwanted pets, and support humane education efforts with your donation.