- Phone: 575-791-2572
- Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 17:00
We’re fighting to help stop
the suffering of animals
small and big no matter
the cost. Work together
with us and help us win
Welcome to the
High Plains Humane Society
High Plains Humane Society works in Curry County and the surrounding areas to reduce animal cruelty, exploitation and neglect. We advocate for sensible public policies that bring forth positive changes in our community, and we educate the general public on the importance of being responsible pet owners. We are constantly striving to make this world a better place for our furry friends, and we network with other organizations who share our beliefs.
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“THE GREATNESS OF A SOCIETY AND ITS MORAL PROGRESS CAN BE JUDGED BY THE WAY ITS ANIMALS ARE TREATED.” – Ghandi
Please reach out to us at (575)-791-2572 any donation is greatly appreciated.
Back in 2016, a video of AJ—a six-year-old Labrador retriever—went viral for showing just how human a dog's reaction to being abandoned can be. The video from the Carson Animal Shelter in California showed the poor dog gasping back sobs in sorrow and confusion upon realizing that he had been abandoned. Once the video circulated around the internet, however, it wasn't long before tons of people applied to adopt both AJ and his brother, and soon they went home together with a good, loving family.
In August 2018, the internet collectively fell in love with "Bruno the Hight Maintenance Cat"—a 25-pound, 7-year-old cat who was picked up by Wright Way Rescue in Illinois and deemed "too cool to be homeless." Bruno is so extra that he stands on his hind legs when demanding food and expects to be pet while eating. He also needs multiple water bowls to be placed for him around the house. He's now in a loving home where he's treated like the royalty that he is.
When Bear was still just a puppy, he was hit by a car at a gas station and left for dead. The accident led him to lose both of his eyes, and when his owner saw him at the pet hospital, she just left him there. Luckily, a member of the hospital staff told her daughter about Bear, and she welcomed the pit bull into her home and her heart. Now, he's the happiest pup ever. To learn more about Bear, find out Why the Story of This Blind Pit Bull Is Melting Hearts Everywhere.
what we do
Sterilization is the key to solving the region’s over-population and excessively high euthanasia numbers. We are currently establishing a program for spay & neuter assistance in the the low-income community. We are focusing on partnering with veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and their staff to provide quality care for each pet. As part of the program, each pet is spayed or neutered. Additionally they are given important vaccinations to prevent illness and the spreading of diseases, and a microchip to assist in getting a pet back home if it ever becomes lost.
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Grand Street, Clovis, NM, 88101
MON-FRI 09:00 – 19:00