Humane Society of South Mississippi

The mission of the Humane Society of South Mississippi is to save and enhance the lives of pets through cooperative and innovative approaches to adoption, spay/neuter, sheltering and community engagement.
Jun 21, 2016

10 Years of Progress

Dear Valued Supporter,

The Humane Society of South Mississippi is celebrating 10 years of life-saving accomplishments in the Aschaffenburg Animal Campus. Our organization has grown and increased the live release rate in these 10 years from 
38% to 78% eliminating the euthanasia of healthy adoptable animals in our care. We have performed 102,578 spay and neuter surgeries thus exponentially reducing pet overpopulation in our community.  Over 45,000 homeless pets have been adopted by loving families and our Love Train has transported 8,411 pets into other parts of the country where they were adopted.  We have microchipped 36,750 animals ensuring these animals can be easily reunited with their owners.  We have reunited 8,349 lost pets with their owners and placed 20,659 sick or injured animals into foster homes.  

With your support, our impact can be even greater over the next 10 years.


Wags and wet noses,

HSSM Staff

May 12, 2014


Hooray!  The Humane Sociey of South Missisippi is very pleased to report that the funds needed to purchased the new pulse oximeters for HSSM's Spay/Neuter clinic have been raised through a combined effort of Global Giving and in-house fundraisers.  Our clinic was able to purchase 3 new machines and replacement parts.  These machines are a vital part of the spay/neuter process - as these are the machines that are used to monitor the oxygen intake of the animal while under anesthesia.  Without these machines the animals would be at risk during surgery.  We could not have done this without your help.  Thank you so much for making this possible.

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