Leavenworth County Humane Society


A donation in any amount helps.

  • $35 spays or neuters and vaccinates a feral, free-roaming or barn cat
  • $50 buys coloring books to teach a classroom about being safe with dogs, helping dogs and cats, or the importance of spay/neuter
  • $80 pays to DNA test a dog so we know more about their background
  • $100 pays for intake exam, testing & vaccinations for a foster pet
  • $200 pays for sterilization, microchip and adult vaccinations to make a pet ready for adoption!!

Deciding How Your Donations Are Used
You can decide how LCHS uses your donation ….
LCHS Building Fund – This fund is dedicated to the development and building of LCHS, Inc.’s no-kill pet animal shelter.
Support for the Spay / Neuter Transport program – This fund subsidizes sterilization surgeries in cases of need.
Support for the Trap / Neuter / Return (feral cat) program – This fund helps subsidize feral cat services, builds and provides shelters for feral colonies, and assists caregivers with food for colony cats when needed.
Domino Fund – This fund pays for emergency veterinary care for ill or injured, ownerless animals.
Humane Education – This fund provides for materials for presentations to schools or other organizations.
Unless a specific fund is designated, the donated funds will be placed in the general operating fund and will be used as determined by the LCHS Board of Directors to further the goals and objectives of Leavenworth County Humane Society, Inc.

Leavenworth County Humane Society Inc.
is the ONLY organization working to build and operate a no-kill pet animal shelter to serve all Leavenworth County residents.

Leavenworth County Humane Society, Inc.

1205 (Rear) N Main Street, Lansing KS 66043

Phone: 913-250-0506