We here at the McCook Humane Society have been closely monitoring this situation and the impact it is having in our community. As a precautionary measure, the McCook Humane Society has decided to help ensure the health and safety of our staff and guests by closing to the public until further notice. We are committed to an active and precautionary approach to halt the spread of this and any illness at our shelter and in our community, while still maintaining our mission in finding permanent homes for our temporarily homeless friends and reuniting the lost with their families.
We will be periodically checking the messages for emergencies, and making arrangements for essential business during normal business hours of Monday through Friday from 2pm until 5pm and Saturdays from Noon until 4pm.
Please know that we are actively discussing ways to stay on top of this situation and constantly monitoring it. We will provide updates as necessary, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns. By continuing to show kindness, and remaining calm, we will get through this. We thank you for your help and support in this!
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.
Our 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…
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 - you'll likely be greeted by Lionel, our shelter cat!
Lionel can be found lounging around in his bed, or anywhere in the shelter where there are folks willing to give him a rub, scratch or pet. He absolutely loves to meet and greet anyone who has time for him, in between his naps that is! This guy is definitely living the good life as King Of The Shelter!