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Welcome to Georgia Heartland Humane Society

Founded in 1995, Georgia Heartland Humane Society has maintained the focus of rescuing abandoned and abused cats and dogs. As a foster based organization, we do not have a brick and mortar location, and rely on our volunteers and donations to do what we do. We hope to help end the suffering of these animals through our foster program, spay & neuter, education and adoption. 

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Looking to Adopt? 

We have amazing dogs and cats looking for their forever homes! Our special fosters are always spayed/neutered and up to date on their vaccinations. If you're ready to add an addition to your family, you can view our adoptable pets by clicking the badge from our partner Adopt a Pet.    

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Become a Foster

National nonprofit Petco Love and animal welfare partners across the country including GHHS are encouraging pet fostering this June, during National Foster a Pet Month, because YOU can foster a pet and save a life. There are numerous ways community members can foster that fit their lifestyle. Whether you can foster a puppy, kitten, adult, or senior pet for a day, a week, or a month, there is a pet fostering option that can work for you.

Fostering saves lives! Animal shelters and rescues need foster parents for the numerous pets they are caring for during the busy summer months when they are inundated with pets. Fostering a shelter pet opens a space in that shelter or rescue to help another animal in need. Fostering also enables pets to get acclimated to life in a home and helps them become more adoptable.



The Essential Tools to Reunite You with Your Pet.

​As pet owners we know that a lost or missing pet can cause a very stressful situation. We want to help. Check out our pages for some great suggestions to find your lost pet, or to find a pet's owner.

Until Every Pet Has a Home.

The BISSELL Pet Foundation exists to assist animal welfare organizations. This includes helping to reduce the number of animals in shelters and rescues through pet adoption, spay neuter programs, microchipping and foster care.

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