The Middletown Humane Society is a low/no kill privately run animal shelter located in the Town of Wallkill, serving the City of Middletown as well as surrounding communities. Our small shelter was founded in 1959, and has undergone many large and small changes throughout the years. We receive no funding and survive on adoption fees and the generosity of our donors. Our shelter is dedicated to feeding, sheltering, and loving the animals that come through our door from day one until they are adopted. These animals are treated like our family until they find families of their own!
Want to help us care for them? Learn about ways to help here: http://www.middletownhumanesociety.com/?page_id=72
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our animals are kept in a kennel environment where each dog has his/her own indoor/outdoor run and a Kuranda bed (donated by our supporters!) to get them off the cold, hard floor. We are open to the public 7 days a week except for major holiday, and our hours of operation are 12-4 pm. We also have an adoption event team that brings some of our adoptables to off-site events like going to Petco for a few hours to meet new people! Check out our Facebook page and website for announcement of upcoming adoptions events and more!
Our Adoption Process...
To adopt from our shelter, adopters must fill out an application, which will be considered by our managers. Our adoption fees vary depending on the animals, but most cats are $125. Dogs vary depending on a variety of conditions, such as their breed, age, and length of stay at the shelter. It is best to call the shelter directly and inquire if you have a specific pet in mind to adopt.
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