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General Info
The Marin Humane Society, located in Novato, Calif., was established in 1907 by Ethel Tompkins and a group of individuals who wanted to do something about lost and abused animals. It provides care to more than 9,000 homeless animals each year. The society offers a wide range of programs and services, including adoption outposts, animal services, behavior and training, companions in crisis, education, e-news, foster care, guardians for life, K-9 care program, pet partnership program, and clinic. The Marin Humane Society reunites hundreds of lost animals with their owners, and assists seniors and the disabled with pet care. It also places more than 98 percent of animals available for adoption into new homes. The Marin Humane Society is supported by memberships, contributions and bequests, and operates as a nonprofit, charitable organization.
Hours

Regular Hours

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Extra Phones

Phone: (415) 309-6339

Phone: (415) 473-7233

Phone: (415) 506-6229

Phone: (415) 382-1349

Phone: (415) 506-6250

Phone: (415) 883-2042

Primary Phone: (415) 883-3383

Fax: (415) 309-6339

Fax: (415) 382-1349

TollFree: (844) 275-3018

Payment method
debit, all major credit cards, mastercard, visa, amex, check
Neighborhood
Southeast Novato
AKA

The Marin Humane Society

Categories
Animal Shelters, Humane Societies, County & Parish Government, Pet Stores, Pet Training
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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american379

06/30/2010

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GOOD ENVIRONMENT

Unlike many shelter's , this humane society is spacious, with condo like houses for the cats, and most get good homes, this place is not falling apart , and has many volunteers.

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