PLEASE BE ADVISED
If you have symptoms of:
Loss of Taste and/or Smell
Or have traveled out of state, etc., been exposed to someone with Covid 19 and are awaiting testes results, STAY HOME.
If you schedule an appointment for intake, etc. please reschedule, make arrangements for a contactless drop off, or arrange for somone who is not a likely carrier of covid to attend your scheduled appointment in your place. If you have any questions, please call the shelter during business hours 10 am - 3:30pm Monday - Saturday. 304-696-5551
We are a small, dedicated staff who requires the consideration and respect of our community and rescue partners during the Covid Pandemic to do our job safely.
In accordance with WV Social Distancing Guidelines and the WV Mask Mandate, we are closed to public for volunteers and walk-ins. The Shelter is still scheduling intake and also facilitating adoptions for those with an approved application...by appointment.
Our current hours are as follows:
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM, Monday - Saturday
Please call during these hours with any questions, complaints, or requests to surrender animals.
Due to the volume of requests during kitten season, we must utilize a waiting list for those who wish to surrender or impound cats and/or kittens.
All cat/kitten impounds are as follows:
Cat Impound: $25 per cat
Litters with/without mother: $50
Pregnant Cat Impound: $25
Owner surrender fees for dogs: $50
These fees help with the cost of vaccinations/ dewormer / flea medicines and food & litter.
If you're interested in adopting or fostering, you may view our
available animals in the window below, powered by PetFinder.
Under, "Adoptions", you will find our cat and dog adoption applications. Once submitted, the application may take 3-5 business days to process. Applications that are thoroughly completed process much more quickly. Foster applications can be found under "More". These may also take 3-5 days to process. Applicants will be contacted by the shelter if approved.
- Shelter Staff
Regarding Donations of dry dog & Cat fooD:
The shelter DOES accept donations of bags of opened dry dog and cat food. You may bring it by any time as we have a donation bin available just outside of the main entrance of the shelter. Just look for the sign "Donation Bin". We'd like to thank you for thinking of us in advance!
Wayne is a 82 lb 3-5 year old mixed breed looking for a home. Wayne loves his people, but is a sensitive guy and needs a patient, understanding home. He is housebroken once he is settled and loves to play with his toys. This big guy also enjoys going for short walks. While he loves his people, he is not a social butterfly and would prefer a quiet, adult only home without a lot of new people coming and going. Wayne does like to play with some dogs and may be a good fit with an easy going social dog. If you need a lovable goof in your life, apply for Wayne today.
Fostering Saves Lives
Apply to Foster today! Applications can be found above under
"Our Animals" or "More".
Your support is vital to our life saving work at the Huntington Cabell Wayne Animal Control Shelter. There are many ways you can support our shelter and every donation helps us fulfill our mission of caring for our shelter pets. Learn more about how you can get involved and take advantage of different opportunities to support our shelter.
Huntington Cabell Wayne Animal Control Shelter at a Glance
Established in 1979, the Huntington Cabell Wayne Animal Control Shelter is governed by the
Animal Control Board. The board members are:
Steve Williams - Mayor of Huntington
Jim Morgan - President of the Cabell County Commission
Kenneth Adkins - President of the Wayne County Commission.
In August of 2018 the board appointed Courtney Proctor Cross as the shelter's Executive Director. The shelter enjoys the support of the board and the community as well as the Petco Foundation. The shelter has a life saving rate of 98% for animals that enter the shelter.
Making A Difference
Second Chance Program:
Meet the animals who came to us at a point when all hope was lost. With us they found a Second Chance at life.
Shelby was brought to us after being found next to a dumpster, tossed aside like a bag of garbage. The people who found her thought that at first she was already dead, but discovered she was barely clinging to life. With emergancy vet care, and a careful, loving foster, Shelby is how a happy, beautiful girl, much loved by her family.