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Humane Society of Hobart, Inc.
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

Adoption application
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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown or Chocolate
Age
Kitten
Sex
Male
Pet ID
50405021
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Shelter

Humane Society of Hobart, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
50405021
Contact
Address
Hobart, IN 46342

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

We will have a conversation with you about your lifestyle, your family and the type of pet you are looking for to find the best match.

2.

Submit Application

If you rent your home, we do need to see your rental agreement pet policy. A meet and greet with your current pet(s) may also be required.

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

Sign adoption contract and pay adoption fee. The pet cannot go home until it has been spayed/neutered.

Additional adoption info

ADOPTION FEES: Adult dogs over 30 pounds $100, Dogs 30 pounds and under $200, All puppies 6 months and under $300 includes first distemper shot(s), first bordatella shot(s), flea/tick preventive, heartworm check (6 months and older), dewormer, microchip, rabies vaccination (if 3 months or older) and spay/neuter. Cats $90.00, Kittens 6 months and under $125 includes first distemper shot(s), dewormer, microchip, flea/tick preventive, rabies vaccination (3 months and over), spay/neuter. Senior animals usually have a $65 adoption fee.
ADOPTION FEES: Adult dogs over 30 pounds $100, Dogs 30 pounds and under $200, All puppies 6 months and under $300 includes first distemper shot(s), first bordatella shot(s), flea/tick preventive, heartworm check (6 months and older), dewormer, microchip, rabies vaccination (if 3 months or older) and spay/neuter. Cats $90.00, Kittens 6 months and under $125 includes first distemper shot(s), dewormer, microchip, flea/tick preventive, rabies vaccination (3 months and over), spay/neuter. Senior animals usually have a $65 adoption fee.

More about this shelter

The Humane Society of Hobart was founded and received it's charter in 1954. Before this time, people were struggling to find a solution to the ever increasing number of strays and running animals who often met a cruel fate. With no facility to hold stray and abandoned animals, valuable and loved pets were sometimes cruelly mistreated or euthanized because they had wandered from home; strays were often shot in the streets. The shelter was founded by a group of local citizens; the land donated by Bertha Jacoby. The first president, Morris Cox, started a drive to raise funds, supplies, time, labor, and material...anything people were able to give. Through the help of many, the shelter became a reality. Originally the main office fronted Route 130. But, as the number of animals being brought to the shelter grew, so the shelter had to grow. In the mid-sixties, the present office and large dog kennel were added. The Society has provided animal control for the City of Hobart since 1957, when we took in 3,000 animals. This number increased to 4,500 in 1960; 8,889 in 1964; to 12,430 in 1972. 10,000 to 12,000 was the norm until the early 80's when Lake County Animal Control's new facility was built. In 2018, we officially became a no-kill facility. In 2019, we took in 2400 animals.In the very busy summer months we are approaching a full house, we do suggest people with their own litters try their local shelters and animal control facilities. Part of the reason for our popularity is the cleanliness of our kennels and the fact that we have no "set time" for the animal's stay with us. This depends on the individual animal's health and adoptability. Our mission is to Build and Strengthen Pet Families.
The Humane Society of Hobart was founded and received it's charter in 1954. Before this time, people were struggling to find a solution to the ever increasing number of strays and running animals who often met a cruel fate. With no facility to hold stray and abandoned animals, valuable and loved pets were sometimes cruelly mistreated or euthanized because they had wandered from home; strays were often shot in the streets. The shelter was founded by a group of local citizens; the land donated by Bertha Jacoby. The first president, Morris Cox, started a drive to raise funds, supplies, time, labor, and material...anything people were able to give. Through the help of many, the shelter became a reality. Originally the main office fronted Route 130. But, as the number of animals being brought to the shelter grew, so the shelter had to grow. In the mid-sixties, the present office and large dog kennel were added. The Society has provided animal control for the City of Hobart since 1957, when we took in 3,000 animals. This number increased to 4,500 in 1960; 8,889 in 1964; to 12,430 in 1972. 10,000 to 12,000 was the norm until the early 80's when Lake County Animal Control's new facility was built. In 2018, we officially became a no-kill facility. In 2019, we took in 2400 animals.In the very busy summer months we are approaching a full house, we do suggest people with their own litters try their local shelters and animal control facilities. Part of the reason for our popularity is the cleanliness of our kennels and the fact that we have no "set time" for the animal's stay with us. This depends on the individual animal's health and adoptability. Our mission is to Build and Strengthen Pet Families.