Hinsdale Humane Society

A 21 Salt Creek Lane, Hinsdale, IL 60521 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats.

Pets at Hinsdale Humane Society

  • Any
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

This shelter hasn't posted any pets that match these criteria.

Areas Hinsdale Humane Society Serves

We serve the Chicagoland area and suburbs as well as neighboring states.

Hinsdale Humane Society's Adoption Process

How to Adopt an Animal from HHS

Each year hundreds of homeless animals are united with caring adopters at HHS. Our goal is to make appropriate, permanent matches between adopters and our shelter animals. Our staff members are trained to help families find just the right animal for their needs.

We invite you begin your search for a loving pet. Here is how our adoption process works:

Visit the Shelter to meet our available adoptable pets.
Find the perfect pet? Talk with our adoption counselor to determine if the animal is well suited for your family.
Meet with the animals one-on-one! Our adoption counselor will set you up in our get acquainted area to interact with the animal you choose.
Finalize the adoption. Complete the adoption contract and receive a Pet Adoption Kit which includes your contract, pet care handbook, literature and ID tag.
All animals must be spayed or neutered before they go home. If they are not already altered, you will be able to pick up your new pet within 2-3 days.
Adoption Fees
The adoption fee for each animal varies and is dependent on many factors including: breed, age, size, behavior, physical condition, and public demand. Higher priced animals leave a financial legacy for other animals in our care that may need extensive medical care or more time to find a loving home.

Cats and Kittens: $50 to $175
Dogs and Puppies: $50 to $300

Two adult cats adopted together (excluding purebreds) - $100.00
Animals 8 years and older - $50.00

Each Adoption Includes:

General health exam
Inoculation against distemper and other canine diseases
Flea/ear mite treatment, if applicable
Heartworm test – dogs 6 months of age or older
Heartworm preventative (April through November)
Lifetime ID tag (on HHS registry)
Free medical exam at participating veterinary clinic

General health exam
Inoculation against distemper and other feline diseases
Feline leukemia/FIV test – cats 6 months of age or older
Flea/ear mite treatment, if applicable
Lifetime ID tag (on HHS registry)
Safety collar
Cardboard cat carrier
Free medical exam at participating veterinary clinic
Adoption Fees are waived if you are a senior citizen 65 or older, adopting an animal 6 years or older as part of our Friends for Life Program.

About Hinsdale Humane Society

The Hinsdale Humane Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1953
dedicated to the care and adoption of unwanted and abandoned animals
and the offering of humane education programs to prevent suffering and neglect.

Dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are available for adoption at the shelter.
The animals are cared for by full and part-time staff and the ongoing dedication of its' members and volunteers.

Owner give-ups are the major source for our adoptable animals but unclaimed strays may be available for adoption as well. Animals are taken on an appointment basis and there is no time limit for an animal's stay at the shelter.

The Hinsdale Humane Society maintains its operation through the fundraising efforts of its volunteers and members. As a non-profit organization it receives no public monies but depends entirely upon the generosity of a caring public. Those who share the goals and values of the Society are urged to help in whatever way they can.

Come Meet Hinsdale Humane Society's Pets

To see our selection of available cats and kittens, please visit our website: www.hinsdalehumanesociety.org.

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 2:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesday: Noon - 6:00pm

Thursday: Noon - 6:00pm

Friday: Noon - 6:00pm

Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00pm

Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm

Make a donation to Hinsdale Humane Society to help homeless pets find homes