Adopt from LHS
The shelter is open for adoptions from Tuesday through Friday from 2-7PM and Saturday/Sunday from 11AM-4PM. Liberty Humane Society shelters cats and dogs, and occasionally small animals, for adoption. Every animal is temperament tested, vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and micro-chipped. To adopt an animal, an adoption application must be completed and approved.
If the animal you are interested in meeting is labeled with "Foster" next to its name on Petfinder, then this animal does not live at the shelter but is still available for adoption.
Did you know that the Liberty Humane Society holds and attends adoption events? Make sure to check out our Calendar of Events for a listing of our upcoming adoption events! We hold and attend adoption events all year long. So, come on out and see adoptable animals from our shelter as well as foster homes!
Pumpkin has been one of our LHS favorite cattery residents for almost a year now, and while we love her to pieces, it's time for Pumpkin to find her forever home.
This adult tortie female is nothing but a bundle of cuddles, contented purrs, and love, just waiting for you to find her! Spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and FIV negative, Pumpkin is all ready to go home.
Pumpkin asks that when you fill out your application for her, you please reference exactly how many times each day you will tell her she's the best cat ever, your petting schedule, and three references on your cat cuddle skills. Pumpkin is accepting applications Tues - Fri from 2-7 pm and Sat & Sun 11 am - 4 pm. Find Pumpkin's Petfinder Profile Here!
Posted: Jan 21, 2015
Meet Abigail, a one year old terrier mix. This cute little girl has sable-colored fur with white accents and is a petite lady weighing under 50 lbs--the perfect size for hugging!
Abigail adores being the center of attention. A true social butterfly, she thrives in the company of people. No one is a stranger around her!
Since she is a young lady, she is active, playful, and fun loving. She's love to keep you company on long walks, jogs, exercise sessions ... anything that gets her out and about. If you are looking for a hiking or running partner, Abigail is your girl!
Abigail would do best with slightly older children who wouldn't be overwhelmed by her silly nature. She would also do best as the only dog in your home. She has not had much experience with other dogs and am a bit unsocialized. Luckily, her foster family has been working hard and she can now pack walk comfortably with other pups and pass dog on the street with barely a glance.
Since Abigail is not at the shelter, if you would like to arrange a meeting with me, please call Liberty Humane Society at 201-547-4147 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted: Jun 10, 2015
Alleviate the financial stress associated with your pet’s unexpected medical expenses and generate funds for the Liberty Humane Society at the same time! Click here or on the ShelterCare banner to apply online for a ShelterCare Pet Insurance Program.
ShelterCare Pet Insurnace Programs cover you when your pet needs essential veterinary care from an illness or injury. Every time a completed application for a ShelterCare program is generated through this website, the Liberty Humane Society will receive a $25 donation to help with our own shelter needs.