of Lawrence County in Bedford, Indiana
A Pro-Life Shelter
White River Humane Society is in great need of medical fund donations!
In the last 6 months, about $7,000 has been spent on numerous animals with special medical problems. We have had senior dogs, sick dogs and cats, injured dogs and cats, skin issues, 5 leg amputations, 8 heartworm treatments (5 currently in the process), dogs hit by cars, a dog who was shot, and a dog that was kicked with a broken femur.
Our medical fund has been drained dry, and we currently have a dog ($800-$1050) and cat ($86) at the vet right now getting taken care of with emergency issues.
Please make a donation to WRHS, and specify to the medical fund if you want to continue to help save animals like these in the picture who probably wouldn't have a chance if it wasn't for your donations!! You can donate via our website on the left side and click the Donate button, or mail to PO Box 792, Bedford, IN 47421, or stop by the shelter. Just be sure to specify medical fund, and your donation will save an animal's life.
New Year...New Home! At White River Humane Society, all dogs over 1 year old, all cats, and all kittens have special adoption fees for the new year! Give a WRHS homeless pet a new beginning by bringing one into your home. This is only for a limited time so stop by and see what is available or check out our website today! As of 1-30-15, funds are still available for reduced adoption fees!
Tony the Tiger is a sweet 5 year old neutered male. He loves attention, and he will meow at you for attention. Tony was once adopted from the shelter, but he was found and brought back. His owners never came and got him so now he is waiting for his forever after again.
To care for the lost and homeless animals of Lawrence County, while providing education and services to the public that will lead to reducing the number of unwanted animals born in our community.
Prevent a Litter, Fix your Critter!
The White River Humane Society's mission is to end unwanted and abandoned animals in our community. Each adopted animal that leaves our shelter has been spayed or neutered.
Keep in mind there aren't enough homes for all the litters born in Lawrence County, so please Spay or Neuter your pet.
Off Site Adoptions
On select weekends volunteers take adoptable pets to Petsmart, Tractor Supply, and other locations, please call the shelter for more details.