Animals Available for Adoption
- Puppies and Dogs $150-$400
- Kittens and Cats $50-$130
Adoption fees include spay/neuter, microchip, all vaccinations and pre-loving by Midlands Humane Society staff and volunteers.
* Adoptions fees are subject to change
** Hero pets - MHS uses additional funds generated from our Hero Pets to support and aid in the care of pets’ whose stays are longer, medical needs are greater and for those who may face emergencies. Dollars raised by our generous supporters help curtail the costs incurred by that animals and save the lives of others. They have the prestigious honor of being known as our MHS "Shelter Heroes."
Approximately 1.5 million pets are unnecessarily euthanized in U.S. shelters each year. Every time an animal is given a second (or third) chance at a forever home, this statistic can decrease. We encourage everyone to look at local shelters and rescues when looking to bring a new pet into their home.
Remember, it's not just cats and dogs available to adopt. Families can often find rabbits, hamsters, birds, reptiles, ferrets and guinea pigs, too!
- The average number of litters a fertile cat produces is 1-2 per year; the average number of kittens in litters is between 4-6.
- The average number of litters a fertile dog produces is 1 per year; the average number of puppies in litters is between 4-6.
- Owned cats and dogs generally live longer, healthier lives than strays.
- Many strays are lost pets that were not kept properly indoors or provided with identification, making their safe return home very difficult.