The HSC is an independent, non-profit organization offering: trusted collaborations, community involvement and effective alternatives for people AND animals. All programs play a role in delivering an opportunity to save lives and educate the public on key issues that lead to a truly compassionate community. The HSC is a a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, charitable, nonprofit organization. In 2000, the HSC began its purpose by working within the walls of the Culpeper County Animal Shelter - supplementing adoption efforts for dogs and cats. A few years afterwards, the HSC sought its own space downtown (office space) to begin the effort of running a full-time foster/adoption program that eventually grew to support other areas of animal welfare, offering other services, such as spay/neuter. Since then, the group has been growing and evolving within the community - seeking ways of best serving the community and its cats and dogs. Our current programs are: Community Spay/Neuter, TNR or Trap-Neuter-Return, Pet Food Assistance, Free Pit Bull Surgeries for Spay or Neuter, Rabies Vouchers, Disaster Prep for People & Pets & More.
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The Humane Society of Culpeper is not affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States.. Please call 540 727.7554 for more information. We are always in need of pet food donations (dry cat or dog food only - no treats) to keep our food pantry well-stocked for distribution. Volunteers for fundraising event are also appreciated! Look for us on Facebook to track our weekly happenings.
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For information on becoming a member, please leave a message at 540-727-7554, and we will be happy to mail a membership application to you. Donations are always gratefully accepted and will always be put directly towards the dogs and cats.
Adoption fees for dogs are $75- which includes spay/neuter, heartworm testing, appropriate vaccinations including rabies, and deworming. Cat adoption fees are $55 which includes spay/neuter, FeLeuk/FIV testing, appropriate vaccinations including rabies, and deworming.
Memorialize your pet with an engraved plaque on display at our administrative office. A $75 donation is requested. Call 540-727-7554 for details.For more news and information, visit our website.