The Humane Society Pet Rescue and Adoption Center was incorporated on April 30, 1973, to relieve suffering and to enhance the lives of animals through humane and educational services to the residents of our community. Founding members of the HSPRAC included Alabama State Senator Richard Malone, local veterinarian Dr. James Isbell, and trustees Cindy Forsman, Pat Martin, Donna Parker, Mary Camp, Carroll Crane, Debbie Johnston, Matthew Gilbert, Elaine Gilbert, and Earl Garrett. Sen. Malone advocated on behalf of all animal shelters in the state through legislation passed to create fair and adequate animal sheltering facilities for all municipalities. The original goal of the HSPRAC was to serve as an alternative to other operations in the county. The Society voted its first official board of directors into office in 1975, and in July of that year the HSPRAC became a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
An Adoption counselor is available to help you find the purrrfect pet for your family. There is an adoption process that must be followed, including an application that must be approved. This process is in place to ensure that your adoption is in the best interest of the animal and that the animal is a good match for your home. Adoptions usually take a few days. Please keep this in mind when you come look at the animals. You may fill out an application online if you would like to express your interest in a certain pet or a certain type of animal that you are looking for. There is a $100.00 adoption fee which includes: Full veterinary wellness exam; Parasite testing and treatment; Age appropriate vaccines; Spay/Neuter; Microchip with complimentary registration; Free 30 day limited Pet insurance trial through 24 Petwatch.
Rainbow City AL 35906 | 1.4 miles away