Rescue, Rehabilitate & Educate; Fostering a Kinder Community for People and Their Pets.
The first step in our adoption process is to complete an Adoption Application.
Pick up a Be the Solution spay/neuter voucher at the LCHS office.
A temporary source of pet food and supplies for pet parents in need.
Guides for successfully reuniting Lost & Found pets.
Information for owners looking to surrender or return a pet.
A collection of help topics regarding the most common pet behavior issues.
Join LCHS and make a difference for local pets in need.
Request a classroom visit.
Make a space in your heart and home to save lives.
Learn how to support our work with your time and talents.
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Riley entered the Leon County Humane Society thanks to Lucy Daly. We all see many pleas by people on Facebook, […]
After this week, we have over 100 cats in foster care. One of the reasons kittens are tough on rescues […]
Our adoption partner, Tally Cat Cafe, has had to close temporarily due to COVID-19. They’ve turned their closure into something […]
Join Leon County Humane Society and fellow animal advocates from around the Sunshine State to learn about pending animal protection […]
Looking for the Purr-fect gift? We have you covered. Give the animal lover in your life the Gift of Rescue! […]
Meet Moon! He’s been with us here at Leon County Humane Society since he was just a couple weeks old. […]
UPDATE! From Joey the Pomeranian and all the rest of the Biggest Little Dog Rescues, THANK YOU Tallahassee! ALL 76 […]
Late Thursday night, the Leon County Humane Society participated in a rescue mission alongside several animal welfare organizations to save […]
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"I evacuated to Tallahassee for Hurricane Matthew. I was staying at a friend's house. My dog decided to dig his way out of the backyard and go on an adventure. Some kind stranger took him to Bradfordville Animal Hospital, who checked his microchip and kept him safe overnight. They wouldn't let me pay them when I picked him up the next morning. It's my turn to pay it forward." - Alexis