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Saving just one pet won't change the world, but surely, the world will change for that one pet!

Monday-Friday 2pm - 5pm
Saturday Noon - 4pm

100 South Street, McCook, NE 69001 (Google Map)
308-345-2372 (Click To Call)

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Welcome to McCook Humane Society!

Since 1983 the McCook Humane Society has provided a temporary home for puppies and kittens, as well as adult dogs and cats. We are dedicated to finding permanent, loving homes for abused, neglected, and abandoned animals in Southwest Nebraska and Northwest Kansas.

Adopt-a-Kennel Program

Adopt-a-Kennel ProgramOur Adopt-a-Kennel Program is a great way for businesses and individuals to show the community their support for our area’s homeless animals.

The Adopt a Kennel Program is a perfect idea for a classroom project and provides the children with a class mascot!

Each kennel will have a brightly displayed sign with the adopter’s name proudly displayed on the kennel! You can participate by adopting a cat or dog kennel by donating the following amounts…

  • 1 month $25.00
  • 6 months $125.00
  • 1 year $250.00

The money received from the kennel adoptions will go to supplies and food for the dogs and cats. 

If you are ready to open your heart and home to a pet, we urge you to visit the McCook Humane Society. Visitors and volunteers are always welcome.

Dogs for Adoption


Needing a sweet pal? "SHELLY", a four year old black and tan German Shepherd mix, is needing a new home because her previous owner couldn't keep her. This very good natured and playful girl gets along with everyone and would be best suited in a home that has room for her to stretch her legs, with folks who have time to spend with her.

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Cats for Adoption

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Video courtesy of Coyote Country KIOD-FM

Other Pets for Adoption

Petunia, Peppa and Pippa

"PETUNIA, PEPPA and PIPPA" are three little piggies (guinea pigs to be more specific) that came to the Shelter looking for a new home. Petunia is right at two years old and the mother of the other two who are a year and a half. They've been handled quite a bit, very friendly and come with a cage.