White River
Humane Society

of Lawrence County in Bedford, Indiana

Donations go towards food, supplies, medications, medical procedures, and more. You may also sponsor adoptions through this link! Please be sure to specify where you would like your donation to go to. The animals thank you!


White River Humane Society
3511 Pumphouse Road
P.O.Box 792
Bedford
, IN 47421 US
Phone: 812-279-2457
Website: www.whiteriverhumanesociety.org

A Pro-Life Shelter 

Our Hours Have Changed at WRHS!
Monday - 12-5 pm
Tuesday - 12-5 pm
Wednesday - Closed
Thursday-12-5 pm
Friday -12-5 pm
Saturday - 12-4 pm
Sunday - Closed


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DOG OF THE WEEK

Wendy is a goofy girl!  She is 9 years young, and she is just plain silly.  She was DNA tested, and we found out she is a boxer, border collie, Siberian husky mix!  What a mix!  She doesn't like female dogs because she likes to be the main girl!  She likes to go on walks, and while at the shelter she went through heartworm treatment.  It has now been a year that Wendy has spent at the shelter, and she would love to live in a home with a family that loves her!




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CAT OF THE WEEK

Felix is almost a month away from meeting his 2 year anniversary of living at WRHS.  Why you ask?  We don't know!  Felix likes other cats, and he even lived as a shelter office cat for a while.  The only thing Felix requires is a steroid shot when his hair starts getting thin.  He is a very sweet boy who is now around 4 years old.  He doesn't want to stay at the shelter for the rest of his life, so can you help him out?

 

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.
 

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