The Vanderburgh Humane Society was founded in 1957 and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, receiving no revenue from the city/county. We are a private organization, not a "chapter" of any larger agency.The VHS advocates the importance and benefits of neutering animals, promote guardianship of adoptable animals to VHS qualified candidates, implement regular programs on behavioral education in schools and community events, interweave animals into our local activities to strengthen the human-animal bond, and ensure companion animals in our community are treated with respect.We serve more than 11,000 families every single year by way of animal sheltering, low-cost spay & neuter and wellness services, and specialty programs like Safe Pets domestic violence victim assistance, Senior Pets companionship program, a free pet food bank, and much more.The VHS also operates a thrift store, Happy Tails Resale Shop, at their main campus, and owns & operates River Kitty Cat Cafe in downtown Evansville.Your support makes this work possible.Alter. Adopt. Adore.
could provide 1 month of flea & tick prevention for all VHS dogs
helps provide medical care for an injured or ill animal
provides 1 week of housing & daily care to a homeless pet
could spay one female cat to prevent multiple unwanted litters
could vaccinate a litter of puppies or kittens against disease