We all know that kittens/puppies have a lot of spunk and energy and are perfect for some people. However, by adopting a more mature animal, you bypass the active kitten/puppy phase and it allows you to take the guess work out of what your pet will be like after he/she does some growing.
The Steele County Humane Society, Incorporated is a not for profit organization dedicated to: * Providing quality foster care for homeless cats and dogs. * Encouraging the adoption of homeless cats and dogs. * Encouraging spaying and neutering to reduce the pet overpoplulation.
We rely on the love and care of volunteers to foster our animals until a permanent home can be found and are in desperate need of people willing to open their hearts and homes to these pets in need. Please call 507-451-4512 for more information.
Membership Info: $20 Individual $25 Family $10 Seniors/Children(under 18) $100 Business Note: All checks should be payable to the SCHS(PO Box 220, Owatonna, MN 55060). All contributions are tax deductible.
Come Meet Our Pets...
MONTHLY ADOPTION DAYS Every Third Saturday of the Month 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Call 507-451-4512 for location
All our animals are spayed or neutered prior to adoption.
The adoption fee helps us pay for the following items and services: • Food and any necessary medication • Spaying or neutering • Age-appropriate vaccinations • De-worming • Feline Leukemia test for cats • Heartworm test for dogs
Each adoption fee also covers a FREE checkup at any Steele County veterinary office within 3 days of adoption.
Please call us at 507-451-4512 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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