Home at Last Humane Society believes that every life is precious and is dedicated to rehoming orphaned animals and providing spay and nueter services at no or low cost to our community. HAL also advocates for the humane treatment of animals. HAL is a high save shelter and does not euthanize animals for space. HAL has a bottles and cans program that, to date for 2012, has raised $57,000 for our community spay/nueter program. HAL has a mobile spay/neuter clinic. HAL processes all dog licenses for Wasco County. HAL offers microchip, rabies and vaccination clinics each year.
Each year there are over 1,000 companion animals in our area who become homeless. Home at Last is dedicated to caring for these animals until they find a new home. Home at Last Humane Society is a High-Save shelter meaning that no companion animal will be killed simply because it is homeless. Home at Last is also dedicated to ending pet homelessness by providing spay/neuter services for our community.
Your support will help provide loving care to the homeless animals in our care. Your support will help provide low cost spay/neuter services to help end companion animal homelessness. Your support will ensure our ability to find wonderful new forever homes for the animals at Home at Last. Your support will save lives.
Homeless animals in our community will find caring forever homes. Spay/Neuter services will reduce the amount of unwanted animals.