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.
The Huddle Up! program is a collaboration of community partners working together to help Yuma's homeless, neglected, abandoned and injured animals. HSOY has seen an uptick in owner surrenders due to housing, financial and medical reasons and we know that by working together, we can come together to help each other and keep animals with their families. 1,2,3 Break! Join us at the launch party on Oct. 14th at the Dog park at 1705 E. Palo Verde from 10am-1pm. There will be raffle prizes, free kettle corn, free microchips and free collars and tags while supplies last. Special thanks to the City of Yuma's Animal Control and Church for the City for their partnership. We would also like to thank State Farm Cathy Nuetzi, AEA Federal Credit Union and NOVA Home Loans for their sponsorship.
We are having an art auction from September 26th at 8am through the 29th at 3pm. We would appreciate you participating to support us and help make this art auction a huge success! If you have questions please contact Lauren Weinberg at 928-782-1621 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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.