Introducing our Community Partner:

Leon County Humane Society Mission:

Rescue, Rehabilitate, & Educate; Fostering a Kinder Community for People and Their Pets.

Service your Vehicle & Support our Community


For customers using our service department, we would like to invite you to help us support Leon County Humane Society by rounding up to the nearest dollar on your service transaction!

This quarter's community window display, curated by Leon County Humane Society, is located in the lobby adjacent to our service center. Be sure to stop by on your next visit to Proctor Honda. 

About Leon County Humane Society:

LCHS is dedicated to matching families with homeless pets, advocating for animals in need, and educating the community about responsible pet ownership. 800-1,000 animals find their way to LCHS every year through various means including transfer from crowded animal shelters, surrender by owners who can no longer care for their pet, and rescue from cruel and neglectful situations. Once healthy and available for adoption, we do our best to match adoptable pets with informed adopters.

LCHS is a no-kill organization, therefore, animal intake is limited to provide adequate care and socialization for the animals in our program. LCHS works closely with numerous animal shelters as a receiving animal transfer agency. While we do receive some animals as owner surrenders, priority is placed on animals at risk of euthanasia. LCHS also works to find loving adoptive placement for many senior animals and animals with special needs. While LCHS does house adoptable cats and kittens on site and at Tally Cat Cafe, all underage kittens as well as some senior cats reside in foster homes. The LCHS Dog Program is completely foster home based.

Adoption Process:

LCHS believes in an adoption approach that considers important details for finding the right fit, such as a person’s home, interests and lifestyle. We then match those with an animal’s social, exercise and training needs.

Because our animals live with foster parents who volunteer their time and whose lives are full of work, family and school, our adoption process can take anywhere from a day to upwards of a week.

We hope you will agree that while our process can take a bit longer than others, the investment is worthwhile when it allows you to talk with a person who has lived with, cared for and loved the animal you are considering adopting, allowing you to make an informed decision — and make a lasting match!

Each situation, adopter and animal requires a different approach. And while we reserve the right to refuse an adop-tion, we always make every effort to work with you to address concerns or find the most appropriate companion animal.

Steps to Adopt Through
Leon County Humane Society
  • 1. View our adoptable animals, and select the pet(s) you are interested in adopting. You may also want to read about our adoption fees, and what’s included in the adoption package. You can also visit some of our cats at the Tally Cat Cafe.
  • 2. Complete an Adoption Application
  • 3. Upon submission of your Adoption Application, the animal’s foster parent will receive it and contact you within a week to answer any questions you may have, talk to you about what you are looking for in a pet, and arrange for you to meet the animal.
  • 4. If both you and the foster parent feel that it is a good match, make an appointment to do the adoption paperwork at our office.
  • 5. Enjoy your new furry companion!

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