of Lawrence County in Bedford, Indiana
A Pro-Life Shelter
FUNDS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR REDUCED ADOPTION FEES AND REDUCED MICROCHIPS!!!
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 5-22-15, funds are still available for reduced adoption fees!
BA is a mama with a story. BA was brought to the shelter with her three little babies after her family was taken to jail. BA was very scared, and luckily she was able to go straight to a foster. In foster, BA was a wonderful mommy. She even accepted another baby who needed a mom too. BA enjoyed spending time with her babies and raising them, but she has had enough. She is ready to retire from motherhood and go to her forever home! BA has been around other cats, kittens, and dogs and done ok with them so far. She is a beautiful girl who also loves people. Come meet this sweetheart and give her the forever after she deserves.
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 vision is to end unwanted and abandoned animals in our community. The White River Humane Society's mission is 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. 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.