Helping Hands Humane Society is an open admission shelter serving northeast Kansas. They provide services to more than 30 counties and admit more than 6,000 animals annually. Services include adoption, reuniting lost pets with their people, spay and neuter, microchipping, public education, and training programs.
Helping Hands Humane Society (HHHS) believes every animal deserves compassionate care and protection. With more than 100 senior dogs adopted from HHHS each year, funds from The Grey Muzzle Organization will help prepare these sweet pets for adoption by covering the cost of vaccines, spaying and neutering, and microchipping. The grant will also allow HHHS to reduce adoption fees for senior dogs, making it easier for adopters to select a senior pet like eight-year-old Phoxi who is now enjoying life in her forever home.