The Jacksonville Humane Society (JHS) is a no-kill for space facility and does not euthanize healthy or treatable companion animals in our care. We are also a member of No Kill Jacksonville, a collaboration between JHS, Animal Care & Protective Services and First Coast No More
Homeless Pets to help Jacksonville achieve no kill status. By working together, the three agencies strive to create a community where no adoptable animal is killed due to lack of space.
To see how the collaboration is saving lives check out the combined shelter stats of ACPS & JHS below.
March 2015 - Combined Shelter Statistics
Maddie's Fund awarded the Jacksonville Humane Society a Community Shelter Data Grant. Maddie's® Community Shelter Data Grant supports the collection and publication of shelter statistics from our community coalition comprised of animal control agencies, traditional shelters and adoption guarantee organizations. Collecting shelter data in Maddie's® Asilomar Accords format enables coalitions to gather meaningful, standardized data to analyze and share results. It helps organizations track their lifesaving and develop plans to achieve and sustain an adoption guarantee for the healthy and treatable animals in their community.
2013 Maddie's Fund Statistics