Will County Humane Society is a no-kill shelter, which challenges the methods of traditional animal sheltering that for centuries has involved managing pet overpopulation by killing the surplus of homeless pets. Dedicated to the principle of valuing each individual animal while simultaneously focusing on big-picture strategic solutions, the No Kill method is expanding its role in cities and counties across America.
At Will County Humane Society homeless pets stay as long as they need to in order to find a forever home. During their stay, we take care of their comprehensive care and medical needs. The shelter is typically home to over 75 cats and 35 dogs at any given time.
What can you do? Adopt from us when you’re looking for a new pet and support our no-kill model with a donation today.