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Do you love animals?  Are you looking for a way to add more meaning to your life? Would you like to live in a community that cares for ALL of it’s animals?  If so, we may have just what you’re looking for as a volunteer at the Andalusia Area Humane Society on Pearl Street.

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Located at 411 Pearl Street in Andalusia, the Andalusia Area Humane Society is a limited intake shelter.  We work hard to keep animals out of the shelter with our through our community low-cost spay and neuter program.  And our mission includes helping save, spay & neuter, and find homes for ‘at risk’ animals from open admission shelters in Covington County –  shelters that often reach capacity and may be required to make room for more unwanted dogs and cats arriving daily.  All of our adoptable pets are always spayed or neutered, tested, and vaccinated prior to adoption.

We are building a core group of capable, mature, and dependable volunteers to assist in the the day-to-day operation of our facility and help us fulfill our mission.  With as little as a few hours a day – once or twice a week – you can help us save and place even more animals.

We are an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to build a local, sustainable animal welfare network in Covington County, Alabama.  We provide love, respect, and care to the pets at our facility for as long as it takes to find their forever homes and, through education,  promote community awareness of pet overpopulation and responsibility.

We rely solely on donations, annual fundraisers, and community support to help these ‘at risk’ pets in Covington County.  We do not receive funding from government agencies or any other humane society.  So even if you can’t volunteer your time, please consider a sustaining monthly, annual, or one-time donation to help us help the animals.

If you want to help ‘at risk’ animals in Covington County, please complete and submit your volunteer application today – and please consider a sustaining monthly, annual, or one-time donation – to help us help the animals.  

Together we will bring real change to ‘at risk’ dogs and cats in Andalusia and Covington County.