Our main goal in everything that we do as an organization is to stay true to our mission: "To reduce the number of homeless pets through adoption, rescue, and spay and neuter programs."
If you've lost your pet, please visit the Humane Society of Yuma in-person as soon as possible. Each month, hundreds of lost dogs & cats find temporary, safe shelter with us.
Please do not email us for lost or found pets. If you have found a stray animal please contact your local animal control agency.
Kitten season is the time of year when cats give birth to litters of kittens that flood our local animal shelter. It normally starts early spring, peaks in summer and ends in the fall and the Humane Society of Yuma struggles to try and save as many as possible. Read more about kitten season in this press release.
ATTENTION YUMA COUNTY RESIDENTS
AND CITY OF YUMA RESIDENTS!
HAVE YOU LICENSED YOUR PETS YET?
If so, thank you! If you have not, the Humane Society of Yuma wants to remind you that you are required by law to license your pets. To avoid late fees, possible fines and to help get your pets home quicker if they are lost, please ensure your pets are current with their license and rabies vaccination. You should also have your pet microchipped.
We offer this for FREE!
See the Humane Society of Yuma’s schedule for rabies vaccination clinics throughout our community. Please note all clinics are subject to change.
If you are 70 1/2 years old or older AND have an IRA (Individual Retirement Account) you are required to make a minimum distribution. Did you know that there are benefits to giving your RMD to the Humane Society of Yuma?
There’s an amazing “driving force" in the battle against pet homelessness: It's Arizona’s Pet Friendly license plate!