We are a small 501(c)3 non-profit Humane Society run by volunteers. We have been in the same location for the past 30 years. We hav recently undergone major renovations and some new construction. We now have an on-site spay/neuter clinic - sign up on our webpage for an appointment.
Our adoption fee is only $75.00 and includes shots, wormer and spay/neuter. Animals leaving our shelter will already be spay/neuterd.
We operate mainly through the hard work of our dedicated volunteers who work full time time and volunteer nights and weekends to keep our shelter open so we can provide shelter and vet care to these homeless animals until we get them adopted.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Come meet our babies. We are open Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 4:00 pm.
We are located in Bauxite, AR. Coming from Little Rock take exit 123. Head towards Bauxite and we are only 5 miles from Interstate 30. We are the big new metal building on the right just after you go through a BIG curve to the right.
Unfortunately we don't have enough staff to have someone sit and just answer the phone. Our staff is outside working with the animals. We try hard to get a volunteer to come out and answer the phone on Saturday. If you need us, feel free to leave a message on the answer machine and we will get back with you as soon as we can.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoptions are pretty painless. Come out and see who you fall in love with and who falls in love with you. Then we can start the adoption process. Our adoption fee is $75.00 and includes shots, wormer and spay/neuter. Adoptive families must be willing to have a home visit.
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