The Greater Huntsville Humane Society (GHHS) will be hosting the 4th Annual Community Day this Saturday, June 10th from 10AM-1PM in honor of National Microchip Month.

GHHS CEO, Spencer Batcheller initiated GHHS Community Day in 2020 to support pet-owning residents in the community that were experiencing financial distress. Batcheller stated, “Offering a low-cost resource day promotes pet wellness and education in our community.” He further explained, “Surrendering a pet often comes from financial uncertainty and if we can support pet needs, pets remain at home with their families and out of area shelters.”

The 4th Annual Community Day will offer the following services:
  • Chip-a-thon: Microchips will be for $15, per pet.
  • Pet Wellness Clinic: Rocket City Veterinary Hospital will be offering discounted routine pet care including vaccines and preventatives.
  • Spay & Neuter Opportunities: Vouchers will be available through GHHS to schedule spay and neuter surgeries at partnering veterinary clinics.
  • King’s Kitchen Distribution: The pet food distribution is available to those currently enrolled in the shelter’s program and/or to those that may need one-time assistance.

GHHS will also be offering $100 adoptions!

The Greater Huntsville Humane Society is a private 501(c)3 no-kill shelter which has been serving the Huntsville area since 1969. Their mission is to use rescue, training, adoption, education, and advocacy to ensure the humane treatment and welfare of all animals.
For more information regarding Community Day, please contact Spencer Batcheller at [email protected].
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An 100 Envelope Campaign to raise $5,050 to support the GHHS medical fund, Pitch-In Pets.
In 2023, GHHS went Back 2 Basics. Discover our impact in the community and learn how we advocated for animals in need in North Alabama.
We are extremely grateful for the support during the 2023 Holiday Season for our Tinsel Tails campaign! We raised over $11,611.25 for the animals for GHHS, together!
Over the past twelve months, we, the GHHS staff, volunteers, fosters and you, our community partners and donors, worked tirelessly to advocate for nearly 1000 animals.