The problem of pet overpopulation belongs to the community as a whole, and the Randolph County Humane Society urgently needs members of our community to step up to help save the lives of the defenseless animals that have found their way to our shelter. The quality of life for the pets in our care increases in direct proportion to the number of people that volunteer to care for them. Without our volunteers, the animals would not be taken out for walks, bathed, or just socialized in general. To say the shelter could not exist without this basic kindness of people just like you is an understatement and we need you now more than ever. Even if you are only available for a couple of hours once every other month, according to Humane Society of the United States, you’ll get back so much more than you give:
If you're interested, there are many ways you can volunteer to help us grow. We need help working with the animals just as we need help working with the committees that keep the lights on, so whatever talents you have to offer to save the animals that have no one, we have a place for you here. that can put them to use. There's no time like the present to get started, so give us a call today! It's one phone call you won't regret.