We are always looking for new foster homes for our cats, kittens, pregnant mom cats or momma cats with babies and sometimes bottle baby kittens.
If you are interested in joining our volunteer team by fostering, please stop by or call and talk to our foster coordinator. The first step will be to fill out a foster application/contract. Once approved, we will keep your information on file and as cats or kittens come in that we feel would benefit from foster home care, we will reach out to you.
Once you pick up your foster, we ask that you stay in contact with us weekly. You will typically have a kitten until it reaches 3 pounds. At that time, it can return to the shelter for adoption. Adult cats’ timeframe in foster may vary.
Here at Harrison County Animal Control, we have a lot of cats and kittens for adoption. While our staff does their best to interact with the cats daily, we always need volunteers to come in and play, interact and give our wonderful kitties exercise time. They need all the love and attention they can get while spending some time out of their cage.
We have volunteers who come in and walk our dogs every day. We can always use additional volunteers to come in and interact with our pups. Anytime they can spend out of the kennel is great for them! We have one fenced in area for them to be off leash and if that is being used, you can walk them on a leash around the property.
At times, we will send animals to rescue some local and others an hour or two three hours away. We can always use help with our transports. You would be volunteering your time, vehicle, and gas.
We accept items from our wish list or cash/check which can be dropped off or mailed to us at the address below.