OUR NEW BUILDING What a monumental day it was on April 17th, 2008, as the Southwest Missouri Humane Society hosted an official groundbreaking for a new 14,500 square foot building, which had been a long time coming. The new facility has allowed the Humane Society to increase capacity by approximately 38% and include the following:
Attractive, well lit, temperature-controlled animal shelter that will make both animals and people feel happy, safe, and comfortable.
Areas where incoming pets may become acclimated to their environment with a minimum level of stress and where staff may get to know the pet and its health and temperament.
A spay/neuter clinic that will continue to aggressively address the homeless animal population problem through proven programs and services.
In Southwest Missouri, there are hundreds of homeless animals that still need our assistance to find a second chance for a new home – this makes the Humane Society an integral part of our social infrastructure.
Join us in helping the animals of our area through this new facility. Please consider donating today.