Spay/Neuter is the solution.
The Humane Society of Jackson County, established in 1998, was the vision of Jackson County native and life-long resident Marjorie Butler. Ms. Butler was ahead of her time in knowing homeless animals need a safe haven and the immense need for spay/neuter. We are an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides programs for people and their animals, funded entirely by fundraisers and the generosity of Jackson County citizens.
In 2006, we started our public spay/neuter program, in 2007 we got our Department of Agriculture license and 2014 purchased 31 acres in Jefferson for a future shelter.
The Humane Society of Jackson County’s goal is to prevent neglect, cruelty and exploitation of animals. We are to assure that their interests and well-being are fully, effectively and humanely protected by an aware and caring society.
Your donation supports our Bountiful Bowls and Spay/Neuter Programs.