Serving The People And Animals Of Miami County, Ohio Since 1945

Miami County Humane Society

PO Box 789, Troy, Ohio 45373  (937) 335-9955

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Miami County Humane Society

PO Box 789

Troy, Ohio 45373

937-335-9955

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Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at the    Miami County Library in Troy, OH.

Text Box: Special Announcement!
MCHS Low Income Cat Clinic

Saturday, March 30th

Cornerstone Veterinary Clinic, Piqua
(beside Home Depot)

Hosted by: Dr. Carrie Williams, DVM of Cornerstone Veterinary Clinic
Co-hosted by: Dr. Paige Theuring, DVM of West Milton Veterinary Clinic

Sponsored by: Miami County Humane Society

To qualify you must show proof of Miami County Residency & Income from:
VA
Disability
Assistance thru Job & Family Services
Low income (such as social security/small pension)
Unemployment

Fee is payable by money order or cashier’s check only!
Males:  $15
Females: $25

All cats will receive: spay/neuter, rabies & distemper vaccines (unless owner shows proof of up to date vaccinations), and a 24-hr flea treatment.

For applications:

Email miamicountyhumanesociety@hotmail.com
or
Mail payment & proof of income/residency to MCHS, PO Box 789, Troy, OH 45373

***Cats will only be seen if: Payment and proof of residency and income qualifications have been received, forms have been completed and returned, and cat(s) seen must be the cat(s) registered on the paperwork. Limited spaces available.***

All questions must be directed to Miami County Humane Society, (email or Facebook).

What’s Happening with our Humane Society

Miami County’s Emergency Management Agency (EMA) has requested the Miami County Animal Shelter and the Miami County Humane Society to recruit veterinarians, and experienced animal (domestic and livestock), foster/shelter and support service volunteers for a county wide disaster response team.

Miami County may never experience the devastation and suffering produced by Hurricane Katrina; however, as this experience has taught us, human victims will be reluctant to evacuate safely without knowing that there is a plan for their pets and animals. Please consider registering as a volunteer.