Humane Society of Livingston County
The Humane Society of Livingston County, through education and caring, will work toward eliminating abuse and over-population of animals and aid in the prevention of their suffering within our community.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Where is the Humane Society located?
- Does the HSLC deal with feral cats?
- I have found a stray cat, what do I do?
- I suspect, or am aware of animal abuse. What do I do?
Currently, the Humane Society does not have a permanent shelter location. However, we do rescue as many rescue and recovery activities through the County as we can. We currently have foster homes throughout the County. Our monthly meeting is held in the Avon Inn on the last Thursday of the month.
The Humane Society recognizes the many problems with the large feral cat population in the County. We currently do not have the resources available to correct the problem. If you tell us about a situation we will try to determine how we may be able to help. We often can provide food to these wild kitties, however only when resources and funds are available.
Call the Humane Society at 585-234-2828 or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org . If a stray dog is found, please call Dog Control at 585-243-6740.
Please call 911 with specific information. Law enforcement needs to be involved, as animal abuse is a criminal offense. If nothing is resolved after law enforcement is involved, please contact us at 585-924-7931 and we will call law enforcement for follow up.