Prattville/Autauga Humane Society

Our Adoptable Pets List - We usually have lots of nice choices of healthy puppies and kittens. Due to the fact that puppies and kittens find homes quickly we do not always have a chance to get them listed on Petfinder. If you are interested in adopting a puppy or kitten please call the shelter to find out about availability or, better yet, come see for yourself by visiting our shelter.

Click here to see our Happy Tails! These are animals that have already found their forever homes!

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Our Featured Pets
Who We Are
Board Members
Adopting a Friend
To Make a Donation
Upcoming Events
Come Visit Us
Shelter Wish List
How To Contact Us

Shelter Hours of Operation:
Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Closed on Sunday

Adoption Fees: $120 for dogs/puppies and $50 for kittens and cats.

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"Bama Country Morning Show with Bubba and CJ" on WBAM (98.9 FM)

Every Tuesday morning between 9:15 and 9:30 a.m., some of our adoptable pets are featured on the "Bama Country Morning Show with Bubba and CJ" on WBAM radio (98.9 FM), broadcast from Montgomery. Volunteers Lori Miller and Reggie Harper come on the show to talk about our adoptable pets and upcoming shelter events. Tune in to see which pets will be featured "live" on the air. Bama Country also features the pets discussed on the air on their Web site. Click on the link below to go the Bama Country Web site and then click on the "Pet of the Week" logo on the home page.

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Who We Are

The Prattville/Autauga Humane Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing animal cruelty and providing a temporary home for abandoned and abused animals. Our shelter is run by a small, dedicated staff who depend heavily on the loving care and hard work of our volunteers. We invite you to join us. Together we can make a difference! For information contact our shelter at 334-358-2882 or email us directly at

We have changed our name from Autauga County Humane Society to Prattville/Autauga Humane Society to more accurately reflect our service area and to recognize the City of Prattville as well as the Autauga County Commission for their financial support with shelter operations. You may see us listed both ways for a while, but we are still the same organization working to benefit the animals in our community. For questions concerning the shelter contact us at

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Board Members

Shelter Administrative Staff
Claudia Rigsby---Shelter Director
Society Board Members
Angie Cousins(President)
Ginger Burton(Vice-President)
Ginger Burton (Secretary)
Ann Smith(Treasurer)
Mike Canham
Ara Horn
Karen Mitchell

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Adopting a Friend

Applicants are screened to ensure the best possible home for the pet. Adoption fees are $120 for dogs and $80 for cats. This helps to defray the cost of housing, feeding, and caring for these helpless animals and includes vaccinations and discounted spaying or neutering your adopted pet at a participating veterinary clinic. All pets adopted from our shelter who are old enough will be spayed or neutered prior to going home with their new family. Spaying/neutering is mandatory and required by law. Our adoption fees cover a microchip, microchip registration, discounted spay/neuter, deworming, vaccinations (as age and law requires), 30 days of insurance (as requirements met), and a courtesy vet exam at participating offices. .

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To Make a Donation

The Prattville/Autauga Humane Society always needs donations--both supplies and monetary donations. Monetary donations can now be made through PayPal on our web site. We appreciate the generosity of the River Region community in helping us take care of our many homeless pets. All donations made to the PAHS are tax-deductible.

To donate supplies to our shelter, you may drop them off at our shelter at 1009 Rueben Road in Prattville or at any of our off-site adoption drives and fundraisers. To see a list of needed supplies, click on "Shelter Wish List" in the menu at the top of this home page.

To make a monetary donation, you may either drop it off in person at our shelter on Rueben Road or mail it to the address below:

Prattville/Autauga Humane Society
P.O. Box 680697
Prattville, AL 36068

Please do not mail monetary donations or correspondence to our physical address on Rueben Road. We receive mail ONLY at our post office box address.

If you want your monetary donation to go toward our Building Fund, please indicate that on your check or money order.

We invite you to visit our facility located at 1009 Rueben Road in Prattville. Our shelter is open to the public from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Our shelter is closed to the public on Sunday.

Click on the link below to see an area map:

Map of 1009 Rueben Rd Prattville, AL 36067-6601, US

Traveling from Prattville via Highway 31 South
Going south on Highway 31, turn right onto County Road 4, just past the sign that says "David D. Whetstone Jr. Sports Complex." (County Road 4 is 0.5 mile before the Alabama River Bridge and next to Bubba's Materials.) Just after turning onto County Road 4, you will cross the first set of railroad tracks. Go down County Road 4 about 2.6 miles. Just before you get to the second set of railroad tracks, look for the sign that says "Autauga Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant" and turn left onto Rueben Road. Our shelter is the second building on the left.

Traveling from Montgomery or Birmingham via I-65
Take exit 179 and then go west (Cobbs Ford Road) toward Prattville. Go 0.7 mile to Highway 82 and make a left onto Highway 82. Go 2.2 miles to Highway 31. Make a left onto Highway 31 and go 1.2 miles to County Road 4. (County Road 4 is 0.5 mile before the Alabama River Bridge and across from Bubba's Materials.) Turn right onto County Road 4. Continue 2.6 miles to Rueben Road. Before you cross the second set of railroad tracks, make a left onto Rueben Road. Our shelter is the second building on the left.

Traveling from Montgomery to Prattville via Highway 31 North
Go across the Alabama River Bridge for 0.5 mile and turn left at County Road 4 (across from Bubba's Materials). Continue 2.6 miles to Rueben Road. Before you cross the second set of railroad tracks, make a left onto Rueben Road. Our shelter is the building on the left.

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Shelter Wish List

The Prattville/Autauga Humane Society has an ongoing need for dog food. The dog food does not have to be a brand name but Pedigree brand is very much appreciated, because feeding the animals the same brand as much as possible is better for their health. You may drop off your donations at our shelter on Rueben Road or at any of our off-site adoption events. Thanks for your help in getting a meal for our furry friends!

We also use bleach and laundry detergent everyday while cleaning to keep the pets healthy. Two washers and dryers are running all day, everyday, to keep up with the towels and blankets used for bedding and cleaning. While shopping for your family, please pick up an extra bottle of bleach or box of detergent for the shelter. You may drop off your donations at our shelter on Rueben Road or at any of our off-site adoption events.

Monetary donations are always welcome!
Laundry detergent
Dryer sheets
Dishwashing liquid with bleach
Hand sanitizers
Cat litter
Dog food
Cat food
Puppy food
Kitten food
Dog toys
Cat toys
Leashes and collars
Flea shampoo
Paper towels
Toilet tissue
Latex gloves
Copy paper (legal- and letter-sized)
Ink cartridges for printer
Office supplies

Lots of love . . .

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"Pets Are Wonderful Support" (PAWS) is an informal Pet Visitation Program to nursing homes, retirement centers, children's programs, and other facilities. It is sponsored and supported by the Prattville/Autauga Humane Society.

The purpose of PAWS is to bring smiles and laughter to everyday routine, promote physical and emotional well-being, encourage communication, and satisfy the basic human need to physically touch and be touched.

Pets can make us healthier, happier, live longer, and recover more quickly from illness. They can lower blood pressure, lower stress levels, and increase self-esteem.

Pets give unconditional love and acceptance, comfort and cheer, break through barriers that people cannot, and provide motivation, activity, organization, and purpose to the lives of those who love them.

Membership in PAWS is open to anyone, with or without a personal pet. Pets do not have to be registered or obedience schooled, but they must be healthy, up-to-date on shots, well groomed, affectionate, able to get along well with other pets and all people, and controlled by the handler. Pets may include dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, ferrets, potbellied pigs, and miniature horses, as long as they meet health and temperament standards.

Routine visits are the first and third Saturdays of each month. We also visit elementary school programs and other special events throughout the year.

The program enables participants to experience the positive results of the age-old bond between people and pets and the reward of the excitement and love generated in the lives of those who visit and those who are visited.

If you are interested in volunteering for this program, contact our shelter at 334-358-2882

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How To Contact Us

Physical Location of Shelter:
Prattville/Autauga Humane Society
1009 Rueben Road
Prattville, AL 36067

Phone: 334-358-2882
Mailing address:
Prattville/Autauga Humane Society
P.O. Box 680697
Prattville, AL 36068

PAHS Web Site:

Click here for a list of pets at this shelter.

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