The Toledo Area Humane Society is proud to offer a very unique program for felines who are less than friendly! Feral cats are typically self sufficient and enjoy living outside. TAHS is happy to spay/neuter feral cats and place in barns so that they have a job, shelter, and food and water, but still can enjoy life outdoors. Need a barn cat?
The efforts of the Toledo Area Humane Society to provide quality care for animals in our community extends beyond our shelter walls. Our network of foster parents care for and nurture puppies, kittens, adult dogs and cats, or other animals that are sick, injured, or need a little tender care before they are ready to be adopted.
Grab your sneakers and fetch a furry friend for the Toledo Area Humane Society’s 33rd Annual Bark in the Park! This pet friendly 5K Run & 1.25 Mile Walk is a great way to get your family and friends outside for a fun afternoon. All funds raised go directly to caring for the nearly 5,000 animals that come to our shelter every year.
Preventing animal cruelty and neglect is a top priority for the Toledo Area Humane Society. Because of this, TAHS employs two full-time Cruelty Investigators to enforce animal cruelty laws in Lucas County. Officer Gene Boros and Officer Megan Brown investigate almost 2,000 complaints a year. To report animal cruelty, click here.
Looking for a different way to support the Toledo Area Humane Society? Shop at our ReTail Store located at 2036 Byrne Road in Toledo offers furniture, housewares, electronics, jewelry, books, movies, music, antiques, collectibles and so much more. You can shop or donate and all proceeds from our ReTail Store help provide care for the animals of the Toledo Area Humane Society.