Our Mission:

We are a dedicated organization working to care for animals that have been rescued by the Humane Society due to cruelty, neglect, homelessness or owner surrenders.

We are committed to place these animals into permanent, loving homes. It is our moral obligation to protect and improve the lives of all animals as we strive to educate our community about proper and responsible care.





 ​​5/12    Humane Society Meeting

            ABCAP Building, Georgetown

              7:00 pm

  Dog Days of Summer

  Dinner, Drinks and Silent Auction

  August 1, 2015 6-11:00 pm

  Fraternal Order of Eagles Banquet Hall

         600 Mt. Orab Pike Georgetown, OH 45121

 Live Music Provided by Acoustic Edge


25.00 each

We want to expand in every aspect of our organization and we cannot do it without your help! Bigger, Better Programs mean more opportunities and help for the animals of Brown County.  We want to build on our Education Program, Horse Program, Volunteer Program, Adoptions and  Marketing to name a few. We would love to start a Cat Program!

Please plan to attend our Monthly Membership Meeting the second Tuesday of the month.

We Want You!

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Feeling Lonely?

5/19   Rascals Unit

The Brown County Humane Society is in need of volunteers to help kick off its Trap and Release Program! BCHS's TNR program will help provide sterilization and vaccination of feral (wild) outdoor community cats to reduce overpopulation and euthanasia.

There are all kinds of ways to get involved. 
You can donate a few hours or a few days per week! 
Responsibilities include Acquiring equipment (EX: Traps) coordinating with organizations that provide spay/neuter/vaccination assistance. Assisting residents with setting traps, transporting trapped cats for sterilization appointments, returning sterilized and vaccinated cats to their original trapping site, and providing education. 

If you would like to be involved please contact Leslie Philipps Zureick via Facebook or email lzureick@bchsohio.org  Subject TNR.