Public Announcement March 27, 2020:
The government guidelines outlined in the stay at home order for Minnesota prohibits us from doing any adoptions between March 28, 2020 through April 10, 2020. We will remain closed to the public.
We are still allowed to have our workers come in to care for the animals. Thank you for all who have contacted us willing to help volunteer and foster. At this time we meet the demand needed for their care.
If you have a found animal, please Facebook message, email, or call first. We will get back to you as soon as we are able. We will be doing all interactions curbside, outside the building. We will give more specific instructions over the phone.
*We will not interact with anyone who has not called ahead of time.
Due to not being able to do adoptions, our funds coming in are drastically reduced. If you would like to donate at this time please do so through our website PchsMN.org. We are set up through PayPal and would greatly appreciate any donations.
We have four part-time employees and some very dedicated volunteers that donate their time and money to the needs of our furry friends. Our goal is to prevent cruelty to animals, provide for the welfare of animals and to promote public education for responsible pet ownership.
Pope County Humane Society was established in 1985 and incorporated in 1987. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, dedicated to caring for lost, abandoned and stray animals. Seeing a need for energetic, nonprofit to support our community's animal, we formed our organization to provide sensible solutions. We've grown considerably since then, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community!
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for the animals coming into our care at PCHS. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us do meaningful work. Using community driven models, we take actions that make a long-lasting difference for animals and their families.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions at the shelter. Every little bit helps us provide a safe place for the animals that come in to our care at PCHS.