Until There Are None Adopt One

Until There Are None Adopt One

Until There Are None Adopt OneUntil There Are None Adopt OneUntil There Are None Adopt One
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About Us

NOTICE

  Due to the state wide “stay home” order put in place by Governor Kelly starting March 30th the Humane Society of the High Plains will not be open to the general public. We are however considered an essential service and will continue to be present at the shelter to care for and find homes for the animals left in our care. That being said temporary policies have been put in place to ensure the health and safety of our employees at this time. 


An employee will be available for adoptions by appointment only. 

Adoption Appointments will only be set 

Tuesday – Friday between 1:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m. 

Call 785-625-5252 to set an appointment.

An adoption application must be completed and returned via email prior to your appointment.

You will be notified via email if your application has been approved prior to your appointment.


An employee will be available to accept strays by appointment only.

HSHP will only be accepting strays from Ellis County and the City of Hays at this time.

Stray drop off appointments will be set

 Tuesday – Sunday 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. 

Call 785-625-5252 to set an appointment.

If you believe your animal has been picked up as a stray please call 785-625-5252 to arrange the return of your animal.


Animal Control though the Hays Police Department is still on duty. Call 785-625-1011 for strays found within the city of Hays or to claim your animal if is has been impounded by animal control.


If you have an appointment call 785-625-5252 upon your arrival. An employee will meet you outside.

HSHP will not be accepting owner surrendered pets at this time. 

HSHP is not accepting volunteers at this time.

HSHP is not utilizing fosters at this time. However, we are accepting foster applications just in case the need for them arises later. 


ALL NEW REGULATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK SOCIAL MEDIA FOR UPDATES.


***According to the World Health Organization, there is ‘no evidence that companion animals have been infected or could spread coronavirus (COVID-19).***

Animals Are Our Mission

 The Humane Society of the High Plains' mission is to foster the humane treatment of animals through education, human-animal relations, shelter, cruelty reporting and animal control.