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Clear the Cat Cages!
Help us clear the cat cages!
NO ADOPTION FEES for the first 20 cats adopted now through December 31st!
All cats will receive their vaccinations for free also.
Cat must be over 1 year old. The free adoption fee does NOT apply to kittens.
Thank You Friends of Pioneer Village!
We would like to say Thank You to The Friends of Walnut Grove Pioneer Village!
HSSC is one of the non-profits that benefited from this year's event. Click here to read the full story covered by the Quad City Times:
Pioneer Village Christmas Walk
Malnourished dog cared for by vets and HSSC - Apollo Update
Here is the latest update on Apollo as of 11/29/16:
Apollo is still under the care of Animal Family Veterinary Care Center, the good news is he is doing much better. Apollo is still very thin, he has been put on a special diet with larger portions, he is expected to gain weight without any issues. He is currently being fostered to ensure he is being feed every few hours including a midnight and 4am feeding. Apollo has the energy to play with his toys and now vigorously wags his tail. He is getting stronger; he can now sit and stand on his own and is even climbing stairs. Apollo is such a lover and has a sweet soul. Thank you to Animal Family for doing such a wonderful job treating him. They will continue to work with him as he still has a bit of a journey ahead of him. We are extremely hopeful that he will continue to improve.
Check out the Humane Society of Scott County's Facebook page for the latest pictures and updates on Apollo.HSSC Facebook Page
Since no one knows who he belongs to, the Humane Society of Scott County will be footing majority of the bills for the pup as long as he needs it. Anyone with information on the dog’s owner is asked to call the HSSC.
Apollo’s vet bills are expected to grow, if you're interested in donating to his care click on the Donate Now button on the homepage and put “Apollo” in the notes section.
Donate to Apollo's Care
Dog Walkers Needed!
Right now, we're in DESPERATE need of dog walkers. Because it's getting darker earlier and it's colder many people are unable to help out during this time of year but the dogs still need to be walked.
We're trying to get at least one volunteer per day.
If you would like to help out please contact Jo Nicholson at: email@example.com or 563-320-2171.
Shopping For a Cause
As you do your holiday shopping on Amazon.com, don't forget to select The Humane Society of Scott County as the non-profit of your choice.
How do you do it?
Go to: https://smile.amazon.com
Select HSSC to receive your donations.
And a percentage of your total will be donated to us!
Four Paws and a Tale
Our new program “Four Paws and a Tale” is for children 5 years or older who would like to come to the shelter and read to the cats.
We have books that your child can use or you can bring your own book.
"Four Paws and a Tale" is on Sundays only.
If you're interested in this program call Suzanne at 563-388-6655 to schedule a time.
Clearing The Air
We at the Humane Society of Scott County would like to take a minute to clear the air. There are some misunderstandings about how we operate.
We are a minimal kill shelter, working very hard to become a no kill.
To read more about common misconceptions about HSSC go to our NEWS page: Read More
Wish List Items
We're currently in need of these items:
-Used, clean bath towels and sheets.
-Laundry detergent, dryer sheets and fabric softener.
Thank you in advance!
We're looking for volunteers to:
-fold laundry and organize the laundry room
-help clean the main entry on Saturday mornings
-participate in cat interaction
-put together adoption kits
There are lots of opportunities available for any age or physical ability.
We also need volunteers to join our Events Committee. The Events Committee organizes our annual pub crawl and bowling event along with other opportunities throughout the year.
If you're interested in joining our Events Committee call Jenna Frederick at
Volunteer orientation sessions are held at the shelter the first Sunday of every month at 10 a.m. and the third Thursday of every month at 5 p.m.
Each orientation lasts about 90 minutes from the beginning through the question and answer.
Change Lives With Us
At the Humane Society of Scott County, changing the lives of homeless animals is our primary purpose. YOUR GIFT helps us change lives.
Donor support from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 gave 950 lost, abandoned and unwanted pets a second chance at a happier life with a new pet parent family. Your gift will help us give hundreds more companion animals their second chance!
Give today and help us get shelter pets their fur-ever home.
Every wagging tail and contented purr is a life saved
You can keep up to date with all the HSSC Events
by viewing our online calendar.
Events & Shelter News
Animal Care and Legacy Fund
Celebrate the life, love and memory of a beloved pet, a pet owner who loved a pet, or comfort a friend grieving the loss of a pet with a gift to the Humane Society of Scott County Fur-ever Remembered Animal Care and Legacy Fund.
Choose to direct your gift to:
Daily care of animals at our shelter.
Adopt a Kennel of a dog, cat or small animal waiting in adoptions for a fur-ever home.
Trippa Fund to help adoptable pets recover from treatable injuries and health-related problems.
Humane Society of Scott County Endowment Fund with the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend.
A personal note recognizing your thoughtful gift will be sent to the friend or family member of the memorialized or honored pet or pet owner.
To make a Fur-ever Remembered gift, visit our shelter at 2802 W. Central Park in Davenport or call the shelter at 563-388-6655 and we will mail or e-mail a brochure to you.
"Great News for Shelter Pet Adopters!"
Dogs and cats adopted from our shelter will be vaccinated for rabies before going fur-ever home!
The $105 fee to adopt a dog includes rabies, distemper, adenovirus(2), paroinfluenza and parvovirus vaccinations as well as a de-worming and nasal bordetella and heartworm test. Cats adopted for a $75 fee receive a deworming and rabies and distemper vaccinations and are tested for feline leukemia. All animals are treated with a topical flea preventative.
Adoption fees also cover the cost to spay or neuter and microchip the pet.
ATTENTION PET OWNERS:
Pet license reminder postcards will no longer be mailed out by the Humane Society of Scott County to cat and dog owners in the City of Davenport and dog owners in the City of Bettendorf. Cats and dogs over 6 months old must be licensed in the City of Davenport within 30 days of your pet receiving an annual or three year rabies vaccination. Dogs over 6 months old in the City of Bettendorf must be licensed prior to January 31st each year. Pet licenses may still be renewed at our shelter, located at 2802 W. Central Park Avenue in Davenport. Please bring proof of rabies vaccination when renewing pet tags.