The Humane Society of West Alabama , founded in 1971, is a no-kill,
all-volunteer, nonprofit organization. We have no administrative
costs, so most of our funds are spent on direct aid for the dogs
and cats in our care. We receive no money from any governmental
agency or national humane organization. We are totally dependent
on donations and fund-raisers to continue our work.
What We Do
— We find loving adopters for homeless, neglected, and/or
abused dogs and cats and other animals.
— We assist with handling and reporting lost and found
— We maintain lists of pets needing new homes and people seeking
pets, and we assist others with vet care and finding homes for
— We document calls concerning animal cruelty and route these
cases to the proper authorities.
— We are an information-and-referral service and have an extensive
file of contact names and numbers.
— We assist needy members of our community with caring for
their pets, including education, food and shelter and vet care.
Read more about the founding and early years of the Humane Society
of West Alabama