The Humane Society of Yuma is a non-profit, 501c3 organization that was incorporated in 1963. The mission of the organization is to reduce the number of homeless pets through rescue, adoption and spay and neuter programs. The Humane Society of Yuma is funded through donations, with a small portion being funded by our municipal contracts. HSOY sees the worst of the worst with regards to the animals in our community. Severely neglected, injured, abused and unwanted animals enter our facility daily with over 8,100 animals entering our shelter yearly. This equates to over 4,100 dogs and over 3,900 cats. As we continue to spay and neuter over 4,500 animals a year we are confident that we will continue to decrease the amount of animals that enter our shelter on a daily basis. Our victims are unable to speak for themselves or care for themselves and the Humane Society of Yuma is dedicated to making each animal comfortable while in our care. We will continue to be their advocates until there is no longer animal abuse, animal overpopulation and an enormous amount of unwanted animals in our community.
Rescuing Abused Animals