ANNOUNCEMENT in regards to COVID-19

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!

Adoption Stories

We would love to hear from you!

If you have your own success story about a former McCook Humane Society dog or cat that you would like to share, please email the details along with a photo to or send by regular mail to us at 100 South Street, McCook, NE 69001.

Just wanted to let you know how Diamond did the first night in her new home. She was super excited and ran everywhere. We had to keep her on a leash since she took off the first time my husband let her out of the pickup. I bought a halter instead of a collar and she never tried to put the leash in her mouth and pull.

I introduced her to our goat herd and she was very curious. About an hour after we had her home she was already settling down and she listens very well. I was even able to let her off the leash when we'd take her outside to pottie. By 8:30 she was tired and wanted to sleep on her new pillow. But I would not let her sleep until we went to bed at 10. She was exhausted and didn't wake once during the night. We were very impressed with her staying on the pillow.

She met my cat Tails and wanted to play with him. Tails wanted to play only if he was doing the chasing. She also met her Grandma last night. I'm sure she'll be very spoiled by Grandma and Grandpa Towns.

We are throwing names around right now. I like Tashley and Travis likes Trixie so we'll just have to see what we compromise on.

Thank you so much for allowing us to adopt such a sweet puppy.

Carrie

Make Your House A Home - Adopt a Shelter Dog or Cat!!

April's Featured "Adopt-A-Kennel" Sponsorship is by Debbie and Rich Cappel in memory of Don and Joan Schamel.  A very special thanks to all our sponsors for their continuing support.

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

Location:
100 South Street
McCook, NE 69001

Phone:
308-345-2372

Pet of the Week

Bunny

Bunny the orange and white kitten 2

Stop in and find the "Love of your Life" waiting for a new home!