Massachusetts Humane Society was started on June 7, 2004 as a 501 (c) 3, non-profit charity, tax-deductible, no-kill, Volunteer team. We had a foster home care base for cats and dogs for two years and a handful of caring and supporting Volunteers that wanted to help reach out to homeless, neglected and mistreated animals. Massachusetts Humane Society's biggest mission and goal became a REALITY on September 30, 2006 we opened up our own facility for homeless animals and adoptions. Massachusetts Humane Society Inc., is now 12 years old and is constantly and diligently helping and caring for animals in need. Massachusetts Humane Society does not receive any direct Town, City, State or Federal funding. MHS depends solely on monetary donations from individual supporters/donors, charitable foundations, fundraiser events and the dedicated Volunteers. Our mission at Massachusetts Humane Society is to help shelter animals by providing exceptional care and proper placement of adoptable companion animals. To provide a sanctuary and cage less environment for our lifelong care animals/residents that are unadoptable. Our volunteer team is dedicated, committed and tirelessly engaged in ensuring every animal entrusted to us is nurtured, provided food, medications if needed, and opportunities for exercise and play in a warm and safe environment. We have low-cost Spay/Neuter Assistance to broaden clinic participation and develop educational information on these important issues. We promote and educate the humane way to handle the Feral Cat population by the means of (TNR) Trap-Neuter-Return, about the importance of animal welfare, and the co-existing with wildlife because of the depletion of their habitat and environment in Massachusetts and other states. Massachusetts Humane Society is looking for donations to achieve many more missions and goals that will BRING PEOPLE AND PETS TOGETHER! We are a short term and long term haven for all the animals that come to our Shelter/Sanctuary. *We Keep Until We Find* - however, some animals are unadoptable and they become a * Life Long Resident* of Massachusetts Humane Society.
Holbrook MA 02343 | 0.8 mile away
Animal control deals with cats, dogs and sick or injured wildlife. We do not respond to nuisance wildlife calls. Shelter is located @ the DPW compound off Maple Ave before the old Dump.
Braintree MA 02185 | 1.6 miles away
Bessy’s Place Cat Sanctuary is a sanctuary within Massachusetts Humane Society’s shelter. Bessy’s Place mission is to create a peaceful, comfortable environment where we can give older, medically compromised, or unadoptable cats the medical attention they require while allowing them to live out their lives with the love and dignity they deserve.
Holbrook MA 02343 | 1.6 miles away
The Gecko Sanctuary is a small scale organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of pet reptiles and amphibians in Massachusetts. We also focus on education to help rewrite the stigma surrounding these often misunderstood animals. Continue through our site to learn more about us, our animals, educational programs offered, and how you can help.
South Weymouth MA | 1.9 miles away
Founded in 1965 by Roberta Keese, Hilltop Humane Society is a non-profit, all-volunteer, strictly no-kill rescue organization dedicated to helping homeless and abused animals. Hilltop became an official animal shelter in 1989 and achieved 501(c)3 status in 1993. Our primary goal is to work toward alleviating the tragic problem of pet overpopulation. Formerly based in Randolph, we are so excited an
Braintree MA | 1.9 miles away
MaFF is a non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of the domestic ferret, specifically in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. MaFF was created soon after March 7th, 1996, the day on which owning a ferret in Massachusetts became legal. MaFF's mission is Shelter, Education, and Outreach. We exist to educate the public about ferrets and to take action to provide for the best care of the
Braintree MA 02185 | 3.6 miles away
The South Shore Humane Society was formed in 1974 by a group of caring residents concerned about the condition of dogs at the local town dog pounds. At that time there was no real effort to find homes for the stray dogs. The volunteers began taking pictures of the dogs and wrote a weekly column in the local newspaper called “Around the Pounds” so people would know where to go to adopt a new
Braintree MA 02185 | 3.6 miles away
Rescue Angels, Inc. is a public non-profit, registered 501(c)(3) charity created to rescue, rehabilitate and find permanent homes for abandoned or homeless dogs that are on the verge of being euthanized. We believe that all dogs deserve to live happy and healthy lives, so we work toward finding ours loving, responsible homes where they will have a nurturing environment for the rest of their lives.
Quincy MA 02169 | 6.2 miles away
Our mission is to advocate for animals by providing safety until home placement of those in our care. We promote spay and neuter programs as a means to control pet overpopulation and continually strive to be the leading community resource for education on proper animal welfare. Quincy Animal Shelter is primarily a volunteer-run organization. The shelter relies completely on our volunteers and the
Milton MA 02186 | 6.6 miles away
The Milton Animal League is a volunteer group dedicated to the rescue, care, and adoption of animals in need at the Milton Animal Shelter. Every animal receives the best care possible. Their needs for housing, food and emotional support are met to the best of our ability. Every animal is fully vetted, and receives a physical exam, age appropriate vaccines, blood tests and spay/neuter. All adoptabl
Canton MA 02021 | 7 miles away
The Animal Control Department encourages visitors to our shelter. We can answer questions regarding animal regulations, care, behavior, adoption and conflicts with wildlife. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8 am to 6 pm, however, this does not mean the Officer is always physically at the shelter during those hours. The officer may be out on a call or transporting an animal to/f
Canton MA | 7.1 miles away
NCHS is a 501(c)3, NO KILL, non-profit, all volunteer organization, committed to the care and placement of homeless animals and feral cats.
Dedham MA | 9.8 miles away
Shultz’s Guest House is a 501c3 dog rescue shelter, located on 200 private acres in Dedham, MA. It’s hard to imagine that such a place exists for homeless dogs, but it does! Surrounded by forests, ponds, with the Charles River running through it, dogs and visitors have a sense of stepping into paradise. Our mission is to provide rescue for lost, homeless and abandoned dogs in the southern part
Norwood MA | 10 miles away
Our Mission: To practice a no-kill philosophy while providing humane resources and services aimed at reducing animal overpopulation and unnecessary suffering for companion, stray, relinquished and feral animals. We work cooperatively with other humane organizations, local municipalities and the community to develop and implement programs including but not limited to: Low-cost spay/neuter assistanc
Norwood MA 02062 | 10.1 miles away
Neponset Valley Humane Society is an all-volunteer, all-foster care not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to caring for companion animals, abandoned and abused animals and feral cats and kittens. We are funded entirely by private donations. We focus primarily on helping cats because cats are most at risk in our area. We stand with large and small progressive groups throughout the nation wh
Canton MA | 11.3 miles away
Cat Canton Rescue, Inc. (CCR) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill rescue organization for needy cats and kittens. We work with a great team of volunteers who are a dedicated group of individuals that work tirelessly saving the lives of homeless strays, abandoned, feral and surrendered cats. The mission of Cat Canton Rescue, Inc. is to protect and improve the lives of homeless, feral and surrendered