Frequently asked questions
Who is Lee County Humane and what do we do?
Lee County Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) organization who works to advance humane treatment and responsible ownership of companion animals through community education, animal sheltering and adoption, and alleviation ot animal suffering.
What pets do we care for?
We mainly care for the homeless dogs and cats in the community.
Are we a no-kill shelter?
We are an open-admissions and low-kill shelter. These means we accept all strays and surrenders within the jurisdictional lines and we have an average Live Release Rate of above 90%. (Live Release Rates depend on how many animals are adopted, transported, returned to owner and/or TNR'd.)
How can you help?
Donate: We are able to continue caring for the homeless pets in the area thanks to your help. Your support can directly determine how many lives were are able to save each year. We have multiple funds you can put your donation towards (view them here!), you can also donate items from our wish list or you can sponsor an animal's adoption (which helps us provide medical and basic care).
Do we offer community service opportunites?
Yes, you can sign up for the community service orientation here.
Where are we located and when are we open?
We are located at 1140 Ware Drive in Auburn, Alabama. Our hours of operation are:
I want to report animal abuse/neglect, who do I contact?
For anything involving abuse or neglect, please contact your local animal control or your local non-emergent police number.
What kind of donations do we accept?
We accept monetary and physical (food, litter, towels, toys, etc.) donations. You can view our Amazon wish list here, or you can call (334) 821-3222 to see what we need at the current time. Thank you for thinking of us!