October 28, 2020 UPDATE in regards to COVID-19

Because we care about our community and want to help stop the spread of the virus, protecting our community, staff, guests and volunteers... we are taking steps as a precaution due to the COVID-19 Risk dial for the area being at "High". Stronger social distancing restrictions will be in place, meaning one person or family unit at a time will be allowed in the facility and we will be going by appointments during our normally regular business hours. An application for adoption is available on our website at www.mccookhumanesociety.com under the tab dog or cat, please indicate who you are interested in adopting. Our front door will be locked during our otherwise normal open hours, you may knock and if we do not have an otherwise scheduled appointment, or someone else in the facility, you will be able to come in and view our pets available for adoption.
Masks are mandatory. We ask that you do not come into the facility if you have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive with COVID-19, or if you have traveled to a known high risk area within the last 14 days, if you are at high risk, or if you are showing any symptoms of the virus. We appreciate your continuing support and understanding during these unusual times and wish everyone a happy, enjoyable and safe experience while visiting our facility.

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!!

This month's (OCTOBER) Adopt-A-Kennel Sponsorship is by Clifford Johnson in loving memory of Bob & Nema Johnson. A very special thanks to all of 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

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