Whitethorn, CA, USA
The Humane Society of the Redwoods, located in Garberville, California is an Animal Shelter that provides temporary housing and care for stray, unwanted, and owner-relinquished animals including dogs and cats in Humboldt County. A wide range of additional services may also be offered by the Humane Society of the Redwoods.
You may contact Humane Society of the Redwoods for questions about:
Finding Lost Cats & Dogs
If you have lost your pet cat or dog in or near Garberville, California then you should contact the Humane Society of the Redwoods. Your missing pet may have been located and taken to the Shelter. Even if your dog or cat has not been recovered by the Shelter, you may be able to file a report so that if the shelter finds your pet they will be able to contact you for recovery. Pets available for adoption through the Humane Society of the Redwoods may be held for a set period of time in order to give owners an opportunity to claim and retrieve their lost pets so it is best to contact the Garberville Shelter directly regarding policies.
Garberville Cat & Dog Adoptions
Promoting the adoption of pet cats and dogs is a key component of the Humane Society of the Redwoods operations, however, the shelter may only take in either dogs or cats, so it is best to contact the shelter prior to visiting. The Humboldt County Animal Shelter may offer educational programs on pet ownership, spay and neuter services, and preventive health services such as vaccinations in order to support its efforts to find permanent homes for lost pets. Humane Society of the Redwoods may charge fees for adoption and other services so it is best to contact the office directly regarding policies.
Humane Society of the Redwoods may also be operated as part of the Humboldt County or local government Animal Control Agency. Garberville Animal Control Departments also undertake a range of activities related to animal control enforcement, including impounding stray animals, investigating animal cruelty, enforcing licensing laws, ensuring animal welfare, and rescuing trapped animals. Animals housed by animal control agencies are usually made available for adoption unless they are determined to be too aggressive, injured, or sick.