Since its founding in 1912, Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society has strived to protect animals. With the mission to be a beacon in animal adoption, welfare, and advocacy, GMHS continues to provide life-saving services to pets in need from the Middle Peninsula to the Northern Neck and beyond. Compared to last year, the number of pets cared for by GMHS has more than doubled. With increased demand for services comes even more opportunities to partner with GMHS to save more lives.
You can give more pets lives full of love and comfort by adopting a homeless pet. GMHS has dogs, cats and small animals waiting to make their heart connection. If you are considering adoption, visit GMHS Tuesday-Sunday from noon-5 p.m. Our adoption team will ask questions to learn more about the type of pet you would like to welcome into your heart and home, and then provide personalized recommendations.
You can become a GMHS volunteer. We are looking to grow our volunteer ranks and would love to get you in ...
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