The Humane Society of Middletown is a Vital Local Nonprofit
It was 1959 when, as their website says, “a handful of people with big hearts and small purses” founded the Humane Society of Middletown. This is a shelter that is not funded by the Humane Society of the United States — the Humane Society of Middletown relies on the generosity of its supporters in Middletown and the surrounding areas to help animals throughout the community.
The Humane Society of Middletown views itself as a transitional facility — the ultimate goal is to find each and every animal that enters a good home with loving members of the community. As such, theirs is a low-/no-kill facility, committed to nurturing the health of the animals in their care. This goes beyond meeting the nutritional and medical needs of animals in their care — the Humane Society of Middletown also places a big emphasis on socializing the animals, so they’ll be ready when someone with a big heart opens their arms — and their home — to their new pet.
Cats, dogs, hamsters, birds, and more — when you visit the Human Society of Middletown, you’ll be able to find an animal that you’ll adore. You can even check out their adoptable pets online. They also frequently host events — their 9th Annual Spring Brunch is coming up on May 18, 2014!
This is a vital organization to the community. Not only does the Humane Society of Middletown help pets and prospective pet owners find each other, they also work tirelessly to promote animal health throughout the community.
There are a variety of ways to help the Humane Society of Middletown thrive, and one of them is, of course, to volunteer. Even if you can’t do that, you can donate money or urgently needed items. You can even donate through Amazon.com!
The team at Middletown Honda applauds the Human Society of Middletown for their phenomenal work!