Stone County Humane Society Inc.

We are a small group of people who originally formed the 501(C)3 in 1999. We are retired to this area from other places and have professional backgrounds. Our President is a retired Air Force Colonel who was a nurse. She and others saw a real need in this rural community for someone to help educate the people on how to better care for animals and the need to spay and neuter and decided to build a shelter and start housing the unwanted animals of Stone County. I have been actively involved since 2008. Our shelter dream was finally a reality when we were given a wonderful gift from a local person who died and left an estate trust to us that will be disbursed over a 12 year period. We were able to secure a bank loan to build the shelter based on the annual disbursements from this estate trust and it was completed in August. We believe that all animals should be properly cared for and loved and not tied up in a yard or left out in weather with not shelter or used for breeding. We have conducted several small size rescues in the area over the years with the help of the local authorities and helped stop one hoarder who had 200 dogs at one time and could not care for them. The ASPCA was called in to help with this issue. We can only house about 20 t o 25 dogs and the same number of cats at any one time. We do not have a viable foster program to help take in more unwanted animals. We work from a wait list and take animals that are in danger sooner than ones that are being cared for by someone. Last year in 2016 we adopted out 128 dogs and transported 37 dogs to another rescue in Colorado that we work with that takes our dogs or puppies that we do not have room to keep. This shelter has a facility as well as a large foster program to house the dogs till they are adopted out by them. We took in a total of 170 dogs and returned 38 to owners who had lost dogs. We adopted out 59 cats, had 68 cats surrendered and spayed and neutered 249 animals.

Mountain View, AR,72560
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Email: [email protected]

Phone Number: (870) 269-5200



Domestic Short Hair | Flippin, AR

Age : 11 MonthsYoungMaleMediumWhite (Mostly)



affectionate eagerToPlease eventempered gentle intelligent lap obedient playful playsToys

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House Trained




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Meet Windy

Windy was an owner surrender; they had too many cats and were unable to care for them properly.  He came to us with his siblings, Cloudy and Stormy, aka our “Weather kittens”.  Windy has a black patch on his head that looks like the wind blew his hair sideways, hence the name Windy. He also has beautiful yellow eyes with a hint of green in the center. Windy is very affectionate and loves to play. He is litter box trained, neutered and current on shots.  He has only been outdoors but has adapted well to our cat cottage.  He does well with other cats too and would make a great family pet!   If you would like to meet him, please contact our shelter at 870-269-5200 or go to our website, and complete an adoption application and someone will contact you for a meet and greet.

Adoption Process
We have an adoption application that can be found on our website and sent to our email or people call or inquire through adopt-a pet and petfinder where all our animals are posted and our FB page we call Stone County Humane Society Adoptions Available. It is a group page we use to find owners of lost pets as well as post our animals ready for adoption. Our normal FB page got hacked a few years ago and I have never set one up again. Our adoption fees are $100 for dogs and $50 for cats, and $150 for a trained dog through a local Paws in Prison training program we participate in every 8 weeks we send 2 dogs to be trained and adopted through this program. Our adoption fees include spay/neuter, rabies shots, 2 cat/dog shots and more for puppies, 4DXPlus Idexx Snap test for heartworm, ehrlichia, lime and one other disease, and worm medicine. We ask for vet references and get all the information we can to determine if a person can adopt an animal from SCHS.

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