The Warm Hearts Humane Society was founded in 1986 by Earlene “Tots” Summit, a local resident who saw and stepped up to the need for an organization dedicated to helping the animals in Montgomery County, Arkansas. She established Warm Hearts as a non-profit 501(c)3 organization with the Internal Revenue Service.
We are a multi-breed rescue organization of about 15 volunteers. We average about 30 to 50 animals in our foster program at any point in time. We are a shelter-less organization; volunteers foster animals in their homes. We have no paid employees.
We are dedicated to ending the homeless pet problem in our county. In 2012, we worked toward that end by spaying and neutering 142 companion animals for families in our county who could not afford this service. We fostered and re-homed 105 animals who had been abandoned.
Warm Hearts is also committed to working with our community in other ways. We provided pet oxygen masks to 6 volunteer fire departments in our county.
We also collected baby blankets and diapers for patrons of two of our local food pantries.
One of our most successful programs has been to provide spay/neuter vouchers to patrons of the food pantry. The cost of a spay/neuter is simply beyond their budget. By teaming up with the food pantry, we have significantly reduced the number of unwanted litters in our county.
Take a look at our video. It tells you more about our Warm Hearts Humane Society.
You can also find Warm Hearts Humane Society on Facebook, so click this link and check us out there (and “like” us if you wish).