Hendricks Humane Society

Hendricks County Humane Society Ark, Inc. (aka Hendricks Humane) is a not-for-profit 501(c)-3 organization, founded in 1970 with the mission of ending pet overpopulation.

Hendricks Humane Society

Hendricks Humane is a non-profit organization focused on facilitating animal welfare by being a voice for the animals; ending pet overpopulation; furthering the people-animal bond; and educating the community on humane care of animals.

Hendricks Humane helps pet owners with pet food, unexpected pet medical expenses, dog or cat spay/neuter surgery expense and provides other pet resources. These and other programs are described below. Limiting staff to one part-time person, we are open by appointment only. This allows us to spend more on our programs and be more flexible to those needing services. Contact us via e-mail or call 317-745-3338 to leave a message.  

   PET FOOD PANTRY - Hendricks County residents needing pet food should call the Humane Society (317-745-3338) to leave a message clearly stating their name, phone #, type and number of pets and any special needs. Requests for pet food called in by Monday are filled on Wednesday for porch pick up between 1pm-6 pm. Exceptions can be made as well as deliveries in specific cases. We want to be sure pets have food. 

   PET OWNER ASSISTANCE – Assistance is available for residents in need of financial help when medical expenses or other care needs that may arise for their pets. 

      HUMANE EDUCATION - Free programs are available for groups from pre-school through adult about humane care of animals.

   SPAY/NEUTER - Financial assistance is available to Hendricks County residents whose pets need to be spayed or neutered. Periodically we offer discount vouchers, visit the website. We pay 100% for Pet Food Pantry participants to have their pets spayed or neutered. We pay 100% for all community (owned) cats to be spayed or neutered.  

   COMMUNITY CATS - TNR (Trap, Neuter/Spay, Return) of community (free roaming) cats is the humane way to end the cycle of unwanted, at-risk litters. Help requests can be submitted on the website to ask for assistance with trapping, to borrow humane traps, or for rescuing kittens. Since this program began in 2017, over 1,000 cats have been trapped, neutered, returned. And safe, loving homes have been found for over 450 kittens rescued from a difficult life.

  CHIP & CLIP CLINIC (nail trims and microchip implant) – Generally held the second Sunday of the month is by appointment only. Please call 317-745-3338 well in advance to schedule an appointment for nail trims, nail caps for cats, microchips or if you have questions.

   Visit the website or contact us via email ( or phone (317-745-3338). Someone will get back to you as soon as possible.


3033 East Main Street
Danville, IN 46122
(317) 745-3338

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