The Humane Society of Livingston County, through education and caring, will work toward eliminating abuse and over-population of animals and aid in the prevention of their suffering within our community.
Your membership is very important. Please help us support the programs that HSLC makes available to the community, such as – the spay/neuter program, foster care & adoption, and community education & awareness. Our funds are limited and our only source of income is from memberships, private donations, grants and fundraising. Our monthly meetings are open to the public. New faces and ideas are always welcome!
General Membership: $20/person/year
Sponsor Membership: $40/person/year
The additional dollars go directly towards the medical expenses incurred for rescued foster care animals.
To establish a spay/neuter clinic in Livingston County
NOTE: General members are entitled to one spay/neuter discount voucher in the amount of $60 each year of membership
Sponsor members are entitled to two vouchers each year of membership
Are you willing to open your heart and home?
We do not currently have a shelter. However, we do have a wonderful network of foster homes, and are always looking for more! Are you interested in fostering? The Humane Society of Livingston County is seeking foster parents for homeless cats and kittens in our county. HSLC will provide to you:
- A litter pan and cat litter
- A crate for transporting
- Flea medication
- Veterinary visits for necessary shots or illness
- Spaying/neutering the cat you foster
All you need to provide is loving care on a temporary basis until HSLC can find a permanent home for the cat or kitten. Fill out a HSLC Foster Form now.
Ready to Adopt?
If you are ready to bring home your furr-ever friend you can find our adoption form here to download. We ask you review the adoption contract stipulations below:
- Inside living only
- Regular veterinary care
- Cats must be spayed/neutered (we provide details)
- Absolutely NO declawing
- Cats are to be returned to HSLC if the adoption doesn't work out
Did you know?
Unspayed female cats can begin reproducing at 6 months of age. A mature cat can have 3 litters with an average of 12 kittens per year. Even taking into consideration that not all the kittens survive, at 7 years the result is 2,905 kittens produced by one cat and her offspring, and 49,000 at 10 years. That is why it is so critical to get your pets spayed or neutered.
We offer a voucher program to our members that can be used towards the cost of spaying or neutering. The application form can be downloaded here.