Thank you Wags to Riches Photography for the beautiful pictures of our adoptable cats and dogs!
For more information about this volunteer group, check out facebook.com/Wags2RichesPhotography
July 15, 2020: on Saturday, July 18th (10am-2pm) the HSWA Cat Adoption Center will hold a trial re-opening ONLY for those interested in adopting a cat or kitten. This is an opportunity for those thinking about adopting to meet and greet cats in person.
Please note the following:
1. Wearing a mask is mandatory
2. There is a 30 minute time limit on your visit (afterwards we can set up a follow-up appointment or walk you through the next steps for adoption)
3. Each room will have a maximum occupancy posted (3-6 people per room) that must be observed
4. Hand sanitizer/soap will be provided for frequent hand-washing
5. Children must be supervised at all times
Those who have been sick, have travelled, or have attended a large gathering are asked to stay home at this time.
All adopters must be pre-approved via the adoption application that is on our website.
RE: DOG ADOPTIONS
These will continue to be by appointment only. Please call or email to set up an appointment: / (205) 554-0011 (leave a message)
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.
In March 2019, we joined the Best Friends Partner Network.
Best Friends is a nation-wide organization that is "committed to saving the lives of homeless pets through collaboration and implementation of
effective adoption, spay/neuter and intake prevention programs."
We are thrilled to be partnered with them in their
mission to make America no-kill by 2025.
Together, we will SAVE THEM ALL!
What We Do
We provide shelter, love, and healthcare to orphaned/unwanted cats and dogs in the West Alabama area while they await their forever homes.
We advise and help get the word out on lost/found pets to help reunite owners.
We assist in finding homes for others when we can’t take on the pet by posting them on our website and on PetFinder as "Courtesy Listings."
We assist, when able, to help with vet care/bills if it allows a pet to stay in their home.
We document calls concerning animal cruelty and route these cases to the proper authorities. NOTE: if you see a case of animal cruelty, please call the police ASAP.