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    Muscatine Humane Society
    The mission of the Muscatine Humane Society is to educate the public of the importance and dire necessity to spay and neuter their animals to prevent the needless suffering that follows pet overpopulation. Concurrently the Society provides a safe haven for lost or abandoned animals until their owners or new homes can be obtained.

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    Adopt Iris!


    Breed: Female, Plott Hound

    Age: Six-years-old

    An owner surrender, Iris previously lived with a husky and several young children. A friendly, housetrained girl, she looks forward to finding a loving “furever” family.

    Adopt Chief!


    Breed: Male, half Siberian Husky half Alaskan Malmute

    Age: Six-years-old

    Chief loves to play and has a lot to say. He would do well in a home with a fenced in yard. An owner surrender, Chief lived with another dog and would enjoy having a dog friend to live with. His previous owners fully house trained him.

    Help animals in need by donating to the Muscatine Humane Society:

    • Paper towels
    • Trash bags (33 gallon and kitchen)
    • Mr. Clean
    • High efficiency laundry soap
    • Postage stamps
    • Copy paper
    • Post It notes
    • Black and red Sharpies
    • Cat and kitten food (Friskies, 9 Lives, Meow Mix, Purina cat and kitten of all varieties, Kit n Kaboodle, Fancy Feast, Iams, just to name a few)
    • Dog food–all varieties of Purina are accepted (No Ol’ Roy, Gravy Train, or any of the ultra generic foods please)
    • Used dog crates

    Contact the Muscatine Humane Society at 563-263-7358 to find out more about pet adoption!

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