Helping homeless animals since 1968

Would you please consider donating to one of our homeless animals?

WVHS Announcements
Homeless Pet Clubs




This is Mandi she  is hard to look at, but she doesn’t care. All she cares about is eating her soft, prescription food and acting like a happy, playful kitten.

“Imagine a broken jaw trying to suck a bottle,” said Barron. “Anger doesn’t even begin to cover my feelings about this family.”

Mandi’s injuries could’ve resulted from being burned while trying to eat a live wire.

“Without the family coming forward, we don’t know for sure exactly what happened,” said Barron.

Mandi spent time at the shelter’s vet and returned to the shelter, but an infection sent her back.

“They are also trying to figure out how to put that jaw back together in one so little and so young,” said Barron. “Otherwise she is in good spirits, always at the front of her cage looking to eat. As long as it’s very soft, she can lap it up, and that she does with much gusto, and of course, mess.”

The shelter’s vet wants to wait until she is older to determine if she needs her jaw wired.

“She is funny and has a loving, playful personality, considering what she’s been through with her broken jaw,” she said. “She is definitely in pain, but she hides it very well by letting her little kitten personality come out.”





Our shelter is severely overcrowded with 28 dogs, 178 cats and kittens, 6 rabbits, 2 guinea pigs and a chinchilla. We only have sufficient room for 19 dogs and 50 cats.  Our animals do not have time limits, many already with us for more than 2 years. Despite no room, we took in an abandoned dog found tied tightly to a tree, an 8 yr old obese dachshund with an untreated skin infection in need of thyroid medication, a litter of 3 week old kittens, a stray rabbit, an emaciated unclaimed lost older dog, and a cat found dying on the side of a road to name a few. We also respond to injured wildlife and transport them to either a vet or wildlife rehabilitators.  Our vet bills exceed  $5000 as of today and we are unable to cover our food and pet supply bills.
We are a not for profit humane society celebrating our 60th year and are desperately in need of monetary donations to sustain our care of our homeless animals. Your contributions to our cause are most greatly appreciated.

PET PHOTOS with SANTA Nov 29th and Nov 30th

santa groupThe Warwick Valley Humane Society will be hosting our annual PET PHOTOS w SANTA in RUPERTS BARN at The Warwick Humane Society 48 Public Works Dr

Saturday  Nov 29th  12 to 3pm

Sunday Nov 30th 12 to 3pm


**  PLEASE   NO PERSONAL PHOTOS  are to be Taken…

Professional Photographer CHRIS BABICKE

ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT all our Homeless Residents at our Shelter

Tasha w Santa




Please consider gifting a Kuranda Bed to one of our homeless residents!
Donate a Kuranda Bed!

Contact Us

Warwick Valley Humane Society
P.O. Box 61,
48 Public Works Drive
Warwick, NY 10990
Phone: (845) 986-2473
Fax: (845) 987-8995

Open Daily
12 pm - 4 pm


Report Cruelty:
(845) 987-7336

Download Forms Here

Shop Amazon for the Holidays!
Petfinder Listings