Welcome to the Floyd County Humane Society of Indiana.
The Floyd County Humane Society, founded in 1904, has been giving assistance to animals and pet owners by speaking for those that cannot speak for themselves …the animals.
We strive to promote animal welfare, proper pet ownership, help reduce pet overpopulation, and assist people in need with emergency medical vouchers.
You may also reference and follow our Facebook page if you cannot find what you need here.
We also provide financial support to the New Albany/Floyd County animal control & shelter for staff training as well as supporting their low-cost spay/neuter program, which has helped decrease the number of animals surrendered to New Albany/Floyd County animal control & shelter to its lowest point in years.
We are a 501c3 organization and funded solely by private donations and our fundraising efforts.
PET (Prevent, Educate, Treat)
The problem of unwanted pets is growing. The Humane Society of the United States estimates more than 6 million pets are abandoned each year.
Every day in our community people discard litters of unwanted puppies and kittens. These defenseless animals are forced to fend for themselves. You can help solve this problem. Please spay or neuter your pet.
Floyd County Humane Society of Indiana relies on your donations for our operations expenses. Donate online by using the button below. We ask for donations of $10 and up.
To send a donation by check, please make your check to Floyd County Humane Society of Indiana and mail it to:
Floyd County Humane Society of Indiana
P.O. Box 1134
New Albany, IN 47151
The shelter is always in need of supplies. Please contact the shelter directly for more information.
Floyd County Humane Society of Indiana can help provide helpful information for lost pets and microchipping. Learn more below.
The Floyd County Humane Society of Indiana provides information for pet adoption and helps to support local animal shelters and communities. Here you can find a list of resources if you are in need of assistance with a pet.