In an abundance of caution, we will be temporarily closed due to an employee exposure to COVID-19. Closure is scheduled for Saturday, January 16, through Tuesday, January 19. On Tuesday we will release updated information on reopening to the public. You may also check our Facebook page for updates.
Please not that the entire facility has been cleaned and sanitized for the safety of our animals, staff and visitors. We will be following Wichita County Health Department guidelines and directives.
If you have any questions, please contact the shelter. Thank you!
We’re open Monday – Saturday 9 am – 6
We Practice Social Distancing
There will be only one adopter at a time allowed in the office in adherence to social distancing guidelines. Additionally, we will continue to provide low-cost spaying and neutering and low-cost vaccinations for the public. Please call for more information.
In an abundance of caution, we will be temporarily closed due to an employee exposure to COVID-19. Closure is scheduled for Saturday, January 16, through Tuesday, January 19. On Tuesday we will post updated information on reopening to the public. You may also check our Facebook page for updates.
Please note that the entire facility has been properly cleaned and sanitized for the safety of our staff and the public. We will be following Wichita County Health Department directives. If you have any questions, please call the shelter. Thank You!
Our perfect companions never have fewer than four feet.
Adopt. Foster. Sponsor. Volunteer. Donate. Educate.
A MESSAGE FROM THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF WICHITA COUNTY
You can make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected animals. Every donation, regardless of the amount, makes a difference.
Who We Are
For the past 35 years we have cared for the homeless, abused and abandoned animals in our area by providing food, shelter, medical care and affection until they can find their forever homes.
During the past five years we have achieved the designation of a “No Kill” shelter. Shelters that have a greater than 90% save rate are classified as “no kill”. In 2018, our save rate was 96%. Click here to read more on adoptions.
How We Are Funded
We are locally-owned and operated, and are not affiliated with any national animal welfare organization. We do not receive any funding from local or state governmental agencies. 100% of our operating expenses come from the generosity of individuals, businesses, and foundations in our community.
Our average monthly operating expense is $25,000 to provide shelter, food, medication, spaying/neutering, chipping, grooming, and other services to prepare animals for adoption.
Our Raise the Woof fundraising campaign will help us build a high-quality shelter and adoption facility to benefit our animals, volunteers, and community members interested in adoption. Click here to read about our plans.
Get in Touch
Humane Society of Wichita County
4360 Iowa Park Road
Wichita Falls, Texas 940.855.4941
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