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Clinton Humane Society

1473 Main Ave, Clinton, IA 52732

Phone (563) 242-2457
cats, birds, dogs, rabbits & small animals at Clinton Humane Society

Areas Clinton Humane Society serves

We service Clinton, Camanche, Charlotte, Preston, Grand Mound, Wheatland, Sabula, and Dewitt in Iowa. In Illinois we service Fulton, Morrison, Savanna, Thomson, Albany, and Cordova.

Clinton Humane Society's adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adoption application required. Our contract does state that if you can no longer care for the pet you have adopted from us that it will be returned to the shelter. Our fees range from $5.00 to $50.00depending on the type and age of animal. In addition the adopter agrees to pay the cost of spay/neuter at a vet's office . If the potential adopter rents his home, a landlord approval note is required. We also require a meet and greet for dogs if there are other dogs in the home.

About Clinton Humane Society

The Clinton Humane Society, founded in 1941, is a 501c3 non-profit animal shelter that is supported by donations from the community, fundraising, grants, city subsidies and membership dues. We provide tours of the facility and educational programs to school children, church groups, scout troops and nursing homes. We provide pet therapy to nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and we work with other animal shelters to maximize our chances of placing all animals in the loving, forever home they so deserve. The mission of the Clinton Humane Society is to support and care for homeless, injured, abused, neglected and suffering animals. The shelter believes in advancing humane education, preventing animal cruelty, and giving a voice to animals who cannot speak out and ask for help themselves.

Clinton Humane Society's adopted pets