The Humane Society of Noble County, Inc. is located in northeast Indiana and serves homeless, abandoned, stray and unwanted pets in Noble County. We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization relying on community support, volunteers, and donations to operate.


MISSION:  To provide shelter to stray, abandoned, and surrendered animals until a suitable home can be found; to never euthanize an animal for space; and to deliver programs that benefit both people and pets in Noble County.


VISION: To address the issue of pet over-population by providing prevention and education services, spaying and neutering services to all animals adopted from the shelter, and to be an exemplary shelter by executing exceptional business practices and transparency in our relationships.

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phone 260.347.2563

fax 260.347.4857



1305 Sherman St., PO Box 471

Kendallville, IN 46755


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PRIVACY STATEMENT - The Humane Society of Noble County has the utmost respect for our donors, visitors, and customers. We only collect your information with your consent; any information shared with us is used for our record-keeping only - your information is never sold, traded, or published.