Get Pet Help

The purpose of CHS includes the following: 1) to care for lost, surrendered and homeless animals; 2) to place such animals in adoptive homes; 3) to promote healthcare for animals, including the provision of low-cost veterinary services; 4) to encourage and provide spay-neutering to prevent animal overpopulation and the birth of unwanted animals; and 5) to promote a program of humane education.

Community Assistance Programs


CHS has partnered with St. Seton’s Orphaned Animals to provide local residents a full service, low cost, Spay and Neuter Clinic -

For medical questions or questions about scheduling, please contact Loving Touch Animal Hospital, 540-371-7729.  Please ask for Rosie or Bec.  For questions about financial assistance, please contact Jeanette at 540-809-2625.

Need Assistance with a Cat?  

Culpeper Felines and Friends - PO Box 533, Culpeper, VA 22701 / 540-717-0770 /

For Cats Sake! - PO Box 471, Flint Hill, VA 22627 / 540-675-1013

Paws for Seniors - 540-748-8177 / Email:

Forgotten Felines of Culpeper

Community Resources:

Introduction; Providing you with a quick easy guide to agencies and groups that further help you with your animal/pet needs.

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·    Wildlife Animal Rescue

·    Culpeper Animal Shelter

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o   Animal Control Officers


CHS Behavior Program

If you adopted from us and have a concern about your pet’s behavior, please contact our behavior team.

Culpeper Humane Society is committed to our animals. If for any reason you can no longer keep your CHS adopted animal please contact us at
(When you e-mail please include the name of the person who signed the adoption paperwork.  Thank you!)

Positive Alternatives to Shelter Surrender

We can help you find a new home for a pet you have or assist you in keeping your pet. This program is intended to find the best solution for you and your family in tricky times, ideally decreasing the number of dogs and cats taken into the shelter system.