HELP Humane

17122 Bel Ray Pl.  Belton, MO  64012      816.318.HELP


HELP was incorporated in 1996 and received non-profit status in March 1998.  We developed a rescue/foster/adoption program where we foster the animals in our own homes.  They are treated like our own pets until suitable loving and permanent homes can be found.  Our goal is to operate a animal sanctuary in Cass County Missouri.(That’s just south of Kansas City, Missouri).   We survive on your donations alone and volunteers are always needed.  Come help us, we ARE making a difference. Just because you cannot do it all, doesn’t mean you should do nothing.

In October 2005, we opened a no kill animal shelter in Belton, Missouri.   We are strictly no kill, we only euthanize an animal if the vet says that there is nothing else that can be done and the animal is beginning to suffer.  Only then will a staff member hold their paw while the vet releases the animal from his pain and an angel takes our place. 

Mission Statement:

HELP Humane is a 501(c)(3) corporation committed to ending the suffering and killing of homeless, abused and neglected animals by rescuing, sheltering, rehabilitating and seeking forever families for these animals and educating the public on proper pet guardianship and the importance of spaying and neutering.  HELP Humane sanctuaries the animals that are deemed unadoptable, by the public, either due to the animal’s physical or psychological circumstances.  


Vision Statement:

HELP Humane envisions a day when there are no longer companion animals being neglected and abused but each has a warm safe family that surrounds them.    When all companion animals born are adopted into loving forever homes.   A day when no dog is chained outside day after day.  A day when a litter of kittens doesn’t mean others will die.  A day when all pet owners are proud to say their pet is spayed or neutered.  We envision a day when feral cat colonies are few and far between.  HELP Humane envisions the day when no healthy, treatable companion animal is killed to make space for another.  We envision a day when our services are no longer needed.

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    Diane Herbsman said,

    I was wondering why the Abby rescue was not in the news. Someone who knows 1st hand should have reported this.

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    Odelia Olivier said,

    I’m from South Africa and see cases of animal abuse regulary especially in our rural areas and it breaks my heart. I hope that one day I’ll be able to support or build a place where animals can be taken care of. I salute you for what you are doing for our little friends, may God bless you all. Thank you x

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