Welcome To HAHS

COVID-19 UPDATE These are difficult times with the spread of the coronavirus across the country. While there are various stages of shelter at home orders is in place there is one constant, the need to care for our animals here on the farm. Rest assured, our team members are here everyday, making sure the animals receive the care they need and the care we promised to give them when we rescued them. We are handling office matters as best we can from home. Our many wonderful volunteers have offered to help, but we have been asked to limit visitors to the farm. We currently have 40 equines, 13 pigs and 2 cows who require care. We have a current staff of 6 people, inside and outside. We survive completely on donations from people like you. . I know times may seem difficult now for many of you. It hardly seems fair to be asking for donations with everything families are going through. We consider all of you, our donors to be family to us and our animals. Because of your donations we are able to continue helping hooved animals both big and small. We ask for any amount you can give, big or small during this rough time. It will be a great help to all our animals. We thank you for your donation and wish all of you the best! Stay safe and healthy !! Sincerely, Tracy A. McGonigle Esq. Executive Director

The Hooved Animal Humane Society has made a difference in the lives of so many hooved animals. Founded by six concerned citizens, we will continue with our mission of:

Promoting the humane treatment of hooved animals through education, legislation, investigation, and if necessary, intervention.

We are a 501(c)(3) organization and are supported solely by your tax deductible donations. Thank you for helping us be there for the hooved animals. Your support is most appreciated.

Before Rehabilitation

Gisele Upon Arrival at HAHS

After Rehabilitation

Gisele After/During Rehabilitation