Humane Society of Indianapolis - Services for Pet Owners

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – If you’re looking to adopt a cat or dog in Indianapolis, there’s no better time than this weekend. The Humane Society of Indianapolis is waiving its adoption fees from Nov. 24 to Nov. 28.

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“This is a first for us,” said Kristen McGuire, Director of Customer Experience for the Humane Society of Indianapolis. “This allows us to offer this to the community and still maintain our status and be able to fund our programs.”

Humane Society of Indianapolis - Foster Program

The Humane Society of Indianapolis waived adoption fees for dogs and cats over the weekend. The Humane Society of Indianapolis (IndyHumane) announced today that Steven Stolen has been named the organization’s Chief Executive Officer. Stolen’s official start date is June 1, 2017.

Humane Society of Indianapolis - Surrender a Pet

Current CEO John Aleshire announced on September 28, 2016 that he would retire from the Humane Society of Indianapolis after leading the organization for eight years. Following this announcement, IndyHumane began conducting a search for Aleshire’s successor. The organization worked with a third-party consultant, and also spent time discussing the transition with current and former board members, staff, volunteers, and community members. The very thorough process led to the selection of Stolen, and he will lead IndyHumane into its next phase.

Humane Society of Indianapolis - Volunteer Opportunities


INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Thanks to a “Home for the Pawlidayz” special that , all of the animals at the Humane Society of Indianapolis were adopted Sunday.In addition to giving initial vaccinations to all adoptable cats and dogs, and as part of our mission to improve animals’ quality of life, the Humane Society of Indianapolis offers low-cost vaccinations for pet cats and dogs at our 7929 N. Michigan Rd. location or at the Animal Welfare Center at 456 N. Holmes Avenue.The Humane Society of Indianapolis does not provide emergency veterinary care to the general public. If your pet cat or dog is in need of urgent help, please refer to the .Check below to see if your lost pet is currently at the Humane Society of Indianapolis or with a Good Samaritan who reported the found pet to us; pets reported to us as lost are also shown at the bottom of the page.