The mission of the Anderson
Humane Society is to make possible a better world for all animals by
providing shelter, educating the community about humane care and treatment,
advocating animal welfare, and promoting the human-animal bond.
*The Humane Society was
formed in 1981 to help solve the problem of unwanted dogs and cats in
*The Humane Society helps reunite lost pets with their loved ones.
*Volunteer staff works with foster homes, rescue organizations, and
trainers to place special-needs animals.
*Humane Education Programs are carried out in public schools and organizations
in Anderson County.
*The Humane Society recognizes volunteers as the backbone of our organization,
fundraising, and administrative operations.
*The Humane Society is dedicated to putting a stop to animal abuse and
neglect, serving in cruelty investigations and representing those who
have no voice.
*The Humane Society has a spay/neuter assistance program, in cooperation
with local veterinarians.
*The Society's newsletter is published once and month and is distributed
to over 100 members.
*The Humane Society puts on several community events including the annual
Giant Rummage Sale, Pet Portraits, and several other fundraisers.
*Volunteers conduct offsite adoption days in local businesses to increase
The Humane Society is
an all-volunteer organization. It has no paid employees or salaried
officers. The Society receives no funding from local, state or federal
governments. Operating expenses are supported by tax-deductible, voluntary
contributions from the public. All money received is used solely for
the animals. Please help us help the "voiceless". To donate
please send your contribution to:
Anderson Humane Society
P.O. Box 448
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342