Approximately 7 million animals are killed in shelters in the United States every year. You can help control pet over-population. Adopt a pet from your local shelter or rescue group and have your pet spayed or neutered.
We need special volunteers to provide foster care for cats and dogs. Do you have what it takes?
The Humane Society of Somerset County, Maryland is a non-profit organization.
Spay & Neuter
Low Cost Clinics
Spayed and neutered cats are happy cats. Our low-cost clinics make it possible for every Somerset County resident to spay or neuter their pets. We conduct clinics throughout the year. You must register to get on the wait list. Don't delay, register today!
Up For Adoption
Mimi is a sweet 4 year old who is good with other cats and ready for adoption. You can adopt Mimi by calling the Humane Society at (410) 651-2424. See Mimi and all of our adoptable animals on the Adoption page.
We’re an America’s Farmers Grow Communities Winner!
We were selected by a local farmer as a 2015 America’s Farmers Grow Communities winning organization!
The Humane Society is proud to announce that we are a recipient of a $2,500 grant from the America's Farmers Grow Communities Monsanto Fund. This will go a long way in helping with our spay/neuter and rescue efforts.
Today from 8AM Until 4PM
Hunt For Bargains
Browse our flea market stand at Flea Market 13 and Antiques on US Route 13 South in Pocomoke. Buy something or donate an item for us to sell. Every dollar helps. Open Saturdays and Sundays from 8AM until 4PM.
Trap, Neuter and Return
Are you feeding stray cats? We can help you prevent more strays by trapping and sterilizing them. TNR stands for trap, neuter and return. TNR has been proven to reduce undesirable behaviors associated with feral colonies, including fighting and spraying. Managed colonies have better overall health. To get help with your colony, contact us or call the Humane Society at (410) 651-2424.
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