Since 1963, the Humane Society of Yuma has been devoted to the rescue, care, placement, and population control of Yuma’s orphaned and homeless pets with animal welfare as the sole priority. The Humane Society of Yuma is a non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Directors and is independently funded by donations, grants, and municipal contracts; this funding is utilized to support the adoptions, clinic services, rescue partners, foster program, and community education of animal welfare and protection.

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The new HSoY is a state of the art, beautiful facility that provides a safe, healthy, and humane environment for the thousands of animals that enter our shelter each year. It is a centrally located facility that offers a welcoming atmosphere for animal lovers, resulting in a higher adoption rate. The new shelter hosts an onsite spay/neuter vaccination clinic aimed at reducing Yuma’s homeless pet overpopulation and providing lifesaving vaccinations.