We simply cannot do this work without volunteers. Do you have time to spare? Help homeless pets!
Providing medical care is the cornerstone of a no-kill shelter. As a non-profit organization we rely on the generosity of our community to save lives and continue our mission.
We urgently need foster families to help save more pets. Can you help? Take the first step and apply today.
We serve 5,000 pets and 10,000 people every year.
At the Licking County Humane Society, we save lives. As a non-profit, no-kill shelter, LCHS depends on the generosity of our community to give Licking County’s homeless and abused animals the life they deserve. We listen and respond to the needs of people who surrender animals to us, adopt from us, report abuse to us, use our services, work for us, volunteer for us, and to other animal
welfare organizations that turn to us for help.
We understand that helping animals is accomplished by helping people, and as such, we work daily to provide programming and services that directly impact people and pets in a positive way. Changing the world starts by supporting our local communities to change, and at the Licking County Humane Society, we change the world for homeless and abused animals every day.
2022 By The Numbers
Adoptions in 2022: 1617
Spay/Neuter in 2022: 2507
Volunteer Hours in 2022: 10874
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