Our mission is to take in homeless animals, care for them for the time they are with us, and find them loving “forever homes” where they can live out their lives as part of a family. The Flagler Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization. We are always striving to do the best for our animals and our community by:
Increasing the number of adoptions. Finding homes for kittens, cats, puppies, dogs, and the occasional rabbit, iguana, or other small animal, is the primary focus.
Expanding the use of foster homes where animals can be placed temporarily. This helps alleviate overcrowding, and provides a safe place for animals that need more time before they are ready to go to their forever homes.
Reaching out to approved rescue groups to take our animals when we need to have room for new arrivals.
The Flagler Humane Society ensures that all animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped before they are adopted and each dollar we raise will ensure these services and more continue to exist:
Providing adoptable animals who are altered and vaccinated
Animal control services, protective custody and pet lost and found services
Owner surrender services when caring for an animal is no longer possible
Subsidized low cost spay/neuter certificates, vaccinations and micro-chipping
FHS Thrift Store (224 St. Joe’s Plaza Drive, Palm Coast) raising much needed revenue for care of homeless pets
Gracie’s Fund—To provide extra medical care to our most difficult cases
Provide opportunities for Foster families, which helps alleviate overcrowding and plays an important role in increasing “adoptability”
The Flagler Humane Society (FHS) is excited to welcome the newest member, George Hanns, to its board of directors. "George has been extremely involved in the Flagler community and understands the need for a well-run and funded Humane Society," said…