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Please!  We need your help!

This year Madison-Greene Humane Society has seen a huge increase in the amount of cats that have been surrendered to us. 

Most of these cats coming to our shelter are in desperate need of medical attention.

Most arrive with respiratory infections but some are much worse.  Dehydrated and undernourished are common in our new arrivals.  Recently, Dr. Hayes had to amputate a kitty’s foot due to a horrible injury and infection. 

We are facing a huge financial shortfall.  We must raise at least $25,000.00 in order to keep this shelter open.  Most of the people that work here are working for very little pay or are volunteering.  We continue to give everything we have for these animals but now we need your help. 

We have a wonderful adoption rate and these beautiful animals are finding their furrever homes but in the meantime it is the basics that we have to provide.  Based on last years’financial, the animals in our care cost on average $400.00 per cat (some obviously more, some less).

We hope that you can continue to support us and help us raise the funds we so desperately need.                                              

                                                      Our gift is hope….  

                                                                      Your gift is life….

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The fate of abandoned and homeless cats in Greene County rests solely with Madison-Greene Humane Society because the County provides shelter for dogs only; we save the lives of about 300 cats yearly.

Our physical location is adjacent to the Greene County Animal Shelter on Jeri Allen Way in Ruckersville, across Route 33 from Stanardsville. We welcome visitors, particularly those interested in adopting one of our cats. Thank you for stopping by our Website; we invite you to take your time and get to know us better.  You’ll find lots of information about our services, open hours, directions, ways to get involved, and interesting, helpful information for both new and experienced pet owners. If we can be of any help, please call or send us an email. We welcome your help, donations, and feedback.