If you are interested in adopting a pet, come and meet the animals. Decide which animal may be right for your family, then fill out a pre-adoption application. The majority of all our dogs will require a home visit, but absolutely all bully breed type dogs will require a home visit prior to adoption.
PROCEDURE FOR LEAVING AN ANIMAL AT THE SHELTER FOR ADOPTION
Persons dropping a pet at the shelter must pay a surrender fee of $30.00 and show proof of shots.
For us to continue helping the animals in our county we need volunteers, donations, and support from the community. If you feel that you could help our shelter in any way, please feel free to call.
OUR WISH LIST
The large amount of animals coming into our shelter is a good enough reason to
remind everyone of the importance of spaying and neutering your pet. This literally saves lives.
We are in desperate need of new members. Our member numbers have dwindled lately
and we are hoping for new ideas. This is a great way to add some extra curricular
activities to your life and the animals would love to have you! Walking, socializing, petting, and bathing are a few of the activities we need help with. We are, also,
always in need of dependable volunteers to perform the necessary chores of animal care.
Call us for details at (304)366-5391 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you're interested in becoming a volunteer.
- Foster homes
- Volunteers to walk, brush, and play with the animals
- Scoopable Kitty Litter, Litter Boxes, and Litter Box Scoopers
- Kitten and Cat Food
- Dog Food and Treats
- Cans of Cat or Dog Food
- Rawhide Chews, Other Chew Toys, Kongs, Puppy Toys
- Cat Climbing Trees
- Cat/Dog Crates-small/medium/large
- Collars, Leashes, annd Harnesses
- Outdoor puppy kennels with shade top (Petsmart)
- Plastic spoons
- Cleaning supplies-Odoban, paper towels, garbage bags, liquid detergents, bleach, rubber gloves, latex gloves, scrub buckets, dust pans
- Organizations to hold fundraisers
Directions from North or South:
The Marion County Humane Society shelter is easily accessible to interstate traffic.
From I-79, take exit 137 and follow Route 310 into Fairmont. Proceed across
the 3rd street Bridge (a curved bridge) and get in the left lane at the light.
Make a left on to Fairmont Avenue and continue straight until you reach Shop and Save and at the intersection make a right onto Country Club Rd. Follow to
the next light and make a left onto Rte 19. Proceed for approximately 2 miles.
Look for a big blue building on the right; it is surrounded by a chain link
fence and has our sign out in front.
MCHS, P.O. Box 905, Fairmont WV 26554
See our website at www.mchswv.org
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter