©2018 by Northeast Missouri Humane Society.

SERVICES & PROGRAMS

ADOPTION FEES

There are many benefits from adopting a pet from NEMO humane society. Each animal receives veterinary care (spay/neuter/vaccinations) to ensure that they have the best, healthiest start entering their new fur-ever home. Click here to view adoptable pets.

ADOPT A KITTEN: $65.00

ADOPT A CAT: $40.00

ADOPT A DOG: $125.00

MEMORIAL & Cremation

In loving memory

NEMOhs offers a cremation service for your beloved pets who have crossed the Rainbow Bridge.  We promise that you will only receive the ashes of your pet, carefully placed in a wooden urn.

 

Pricing for these services:

  • 0-20 pounds      $60

  • 21-40 pounds    $70

  • 41-60 pounds    $80

  • 61-80 pounds    $100

  • 81+ pounds       $120

The Northeast Missouri Humane Society is a non-profit charitable organization funded largely by donations.  Our primary purpose is the prevention of cruelty to animal, and toward this end we operate an animal shelter and conduct a variety of events to both find animals loving , permanent homes, and to educate the public about responsible animal ownership.  We welcome the participation of those willing to represent our organization in accordance with our mission and philosophies.

Volunteer Application

There are many benefits from adopting a pet from NEMO humane society. Each animal receives veterinary care (spay/neuter/vaccinations) to ensure that they have the best, healthiest start entering their new fur-ever home. Click here to view adoptable pets.

ADOPT A KITTEN: $65.00

ADOPT A CAT: $40.00

ADOPT A DOG: $125.00

Adoption application

Spay-Neuter Assistance (SNAP) provides spay-neuter opportunities for income-eligible community members at discounted rates. The shelter is currently functioning at maximum capacity, indicating a glaring need for feral population reduction in the region. This program encourages pet-owners to apply for spay-neuter financial assistance to help reduce feral cat and dog populations in our area. Since the implementation of the service/program, the shelter has assisted 20-30 owners annually with spay-neuter costs only when limited funding is available. We hope to increase our program efforts and impact as we prepare to move into a new facility.

SPAY-NEUTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

When people are experiencing life changes and challenges such poverty, illness, lack of affordable veterinary care, and pet-friendly housing shortages, having a pet can add an extra layer of complexity and concern. Pet parents in these situations often feel that they have no other option but to surrender their beloved pets to local animal welfare organizations. But with the help of this new grant, Northeast Missouri Humane Society is committed to offering solutions that will help pets to stay within their loving homes and families. Community members-in- need simply apply to qualify for the Paw-Up Pet Retention Program for partial or full assistance with veterinary/medical expenses, housing deposits, emergency boarding fees, and food costs. NEMO Humane Society hopes to help around 300 pets in staying with their pet parents by offsetting some of the cost-burden of pet ownership—saving MO paws by lending a Paw-Up.

Paw-UP Pet REtention Program

Education & Outreach is the cornerstone for animal welfare and shelter services. The new facility will have workshop space to provide more best practices learning opportunities for pet owners. Education & Outreach are a priority for the shelter, serving 3000 sq. miles and 5 counties. With the help of partnerships like with the NE Coalition for Roadway Safety & school reading programs, we have creating new pathways for outreach with a common goal: Save MO Paws & Save MO Lives. Contact us to learn more, request a site visit, help fund the Books & Bones shelter buddy reading program, or discover ways to volunteer.

Education & OUtreach

Animal Welfare Education

NEMO Humane Society

Desires to nurture animal welfare best practices by providing tools and resources to pet owners and prospective pet owners on pet-care. We hope to continue to build-up our local community, expanding this service as we gear up to break-ground on a new facility. To donate or volunteer,

CLICK HERE.