President & Co-founder
Humane Haven Animal Shelter (HHAS) is a registered not-for-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization. As a state licensed humane society, it has dedicated itself to the preservation and protection of the pets of our communities. HHAS serves as the voice for these animals and fosters the placement of homeless pets in compatible, loving homes while also providing the community with pet care awareness and education.
Learn more about who we are and what we do
Humane Haven Animal Shelter (HHAS) is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt and state licensed humane society. All money used in the operation of the shelter is gathered through fundraising and private donations. No tax dollars apply.
We feel it is very important to reiterate: As HHAS is a 100% volunteer-run shelter, no member of the organization draws salary or income from it. Every penny we receive, whether it is gathered through donations or fund raising efforts, goes to pay the costs we incur to feed and care for our animals until they are placed in a loving home.
HHAS was founded by Carlotta and Kathy in 1999. As lifetime animal lovers, they were experienced in working with animal rescue groups at the national and local level as well as with humane societies. Their dream was to provide a safe haven for the homeless pets of their communities, where the pets could remain with great effort put into their care and happiness until their Forever Family is found.
HHAS believes that, with support of other caring people in the communities, we can help to reduce pet overpopulation, abuse and neglect.
HHAS reserves the right to deny any applicant interested in adopting a pet.
Meet Our Leadership Team
Vice President & Canine Care Coordinator
HHAS Boardmember & Feline Coordinator
Canine Volunteer Coordinator
I.T. Coordinator & Feline Care/Socializer
Want to get involved?
Make A Difference – Volunteer With HHAS!
Consider giving the gift of your time and energy as a volunteer with our organization. We have many different roles that need to be filled and our homeless dogs and cats welcome the chance to interact with new people! Or perhaps you can help by opening your home (and your heart) to one of our animals by providing a much-needed Foster Home.