Volunteer at HSMC
Humane Society of Mason County does not currently have a physical shelter building. So typical daily shelter type volunteer activities such as walking dogs or cleaning kennels isn't where we need the most help. We need help in our communities, building relationships, providing services and helping stray or displaced animals have temporary shelter in foster homes.
Humane Society of Mason County does not currently have a physical shelter building and relies on fosters to help Mason County animals.
Trap Neuter Return
Together as volunteers we will decrease the number of stray community cats by educating, spreading the word and performing TNR & community outreach. TNR stands for Trap, Neuter, Return. Outdoor community cats that have never been handled by humans must be humanely trapped in order to be transported to our mobile spay and neuter clinics. To learn more about volunteering with our TNR team contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Humane Society of Mason County offers low cost veterinary services around Mason county. Spay and neuter, wellness exams, vaccines, and microchips are just some of the services offered. setup, check-in, surgery prep, recovery, take down. If you are a LVT or a DVM and would like to volunteer your time at a clinic, we'd like to hear from you!
Office volunteers volunteer at our office in Allyn. They answer the phone and emails from the public about regarding all types of questions and concerns.