In the heart of the Willamette Valley, the place to heal and nurture homeless, neglected or abused animals is Greenhill Humane Society. We operate two shelters in Lane County and care for over 3,000 animals each year. The 1st Avenue location cares for stray or abandoned animals brought to us by Good Samaritans, Animal Welfare Officers and Police Officers. We reunite lost pets with their families, provide care for animals in crisis, and find new, loving homes for animals who have been abandoned. On Green Hill Road, we care for owner-surrendered pets and animals transferred from over-crowded shelters. At both locations, animals receive safe shelter, healthy food, medical care, behavior training and lots of love. We provide fundamental programs including Crisis Care, Domestic Violence Assistance, a free Pet Food Bank, free spay/neuter for feral cats, and Humane Education for children throughout Lane County. Greenhill has been caring for homeless animals in this community for over 70 years and is largely funded through donations. The average cost to care for an animal is $362, but some require much more. Your vote today will immediately provide life-saving services for animals and improve the lives of animal caregivers in our community.
Sheltering Abused Animals