A 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization

Kennel Address:  2910 Hannon Road, Billings, MT 59101
Mailing Address: PO Box 1282, Billings, MT 59103
Email: Hhpmontana@aol.com
406-896-1700
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ADOPTION HOURS
We are open Every day from.:
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

We are open every Holiday
even Thanksgiving and Christmas


If you cannot visit us during
these afternoon hours,
please call (406) 896-1700 or
(406) 860-8735 to make
a special appointment.
LOW COST SPAY / NEUTER
Next Scheduled Date is:
KEEP CHECKING BACK for more dates

•  Cats $65
•  Dogs male $95
•  Dogs female $110

Fee includes Spay or Neuter, Rabies and Distemper and Parvo (dog) Vaccinations
Meet Sweet Pea!  Isn’t she adorable?  Sweet Pea is a miniature dachshund, about 9 years old, spayed and current on shots.  A pretty little lady! Her owner died, and the family could not keep her.  She’s a little shy, and takes a bit of coaxing to come see you, but when you are her friend, you're in for life!  

~Read More~
WE ARE IN NEED OF DONATIONS TO CONTINUE OUR BI~Weekly LOW COST SPAY NEUTER CLINICS.

If you can help sponsor a Dog or a Cat Spay/Neuter, you can sponsor through STAR DONOR or stop by the shelter. You can also deposit directly into our account at any Western Security Bank. We have started a spay neuter fund there through a grant from WSB
which has been used.

We have been able to spay or neuter over 400 Cats and Dogs through the Western Security Grant. Please
help us to continue this
LIFE SAVING PROGRAM.

Your donation of just $25 for a Cat
or $40 for a Dog would
HELP US HELP THEM.
Did you know that because more people don't spay and neuter...
There are 45 dogs and cats for every person born.
Only 1 of 10 dogs and 1 of 12 cats ever get a home.
800 dogs & cats are KILLED each HOUR in the U.S. because there aren't enough homes. 
25-30% of pets in shelters are purebred.
PLEASE SPAY OR NEUTER
YOUR OWN PETS.


YOU CAN HELP BY SUPPORTING OUR MONTHLY SPAY NEUTER PROGRAM.
Sweet Pea
Featured Pets
Update on Harpo:
“We have received $487.00 in donations for Harpo’s vet bills, and we thank those of you that have helped.  There will still be more bills coming up, so any consideraton you can give Harpo to help with this would be awesome!”
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Harpo's front legs are broken due to an accident and the vet bills are rising.

CLICK HERE to read Harpo's Story
and please consider making a donation to help with Harpo's vet bills.
Harpo
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This site has been visited 75203 times!
"Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do a little." ~ Burke
Adopt a Pet
We have a wide variety of  adoptable cats and kittens.  Now that kitten season is upon us, we have many adorable kittens from which to choose.  Additionally, we have several dogs and pups that can't wait to get into a nice home.   Please visit our Available Pets page for a listing of all of our pets in need of a new forever home.
Feral Cats:
Thousands of stray and feral (wild) cats die each year in pounds and shelters. They are the offspring of unfixed abandoned or lost pet cats that have been forced to make their home the streets in every community. Trap-Neuter-Return is the humane option to help reduce their numbers as opposed to the traditional method of trap and kill. Trap-Neuter-Return is shown to be the only method that works. We need people to recognize this and to support their community ferals by feeding, sheltering and spaying and neutering, afterall it's the only right and compassionate thing to do.
Road to Hope
May 26th 2010, our first Road To Hope dogs arrived in Billings. 12 small and medium size dogs, whose luck had run out in Arizona shelters.  Later in month, Road To Hope was asked help out with a larger amount of small dogs that were to be euthanized. This time there was 78 dogs. All traveled to Montana and all found loving new homes. Some were perfect, some were not, but found open arms and hearts to welcome them to their new home.

So that is how our Road To Hope project got started. We plan to continue this much needed program. All dogs are health checked vaccinated for Parvo, Distemper, Bordatella, Rabies and Microchipped.

Many Montana families and individuals are eager to adopt smaller dogs but unfortunately there are very few for adoption in our area. In larger cities these sweet wonderful healthy little ones are euthanized as many as 200 in one day in shelters all over California and Arizona. Hoarding breeding and movie star fads contribute to the problem. It makes these little dogs very popular when they are small pocket pets, then they are throw aways like a used purse that they don't fit into anymore. We hope our Road To Hope Project, in conjunction with Highway To Hope, through Best Friends will make a difference one life at a time. With your support we can make this happen.

How can you help?
•  Volunteer to walk dogs offer a couple hours of time to do
    night chores feeding watering.
•  Help on day of transport to prepare for new arrivals.
•  Help at one of our adoptathons.
•  Grooming, Bathing or taking photos of new arrivals for our website.

If your time is limited you could help in others ways we need the
following items:
•  Canned dog food
•  Small bite dry food
•  Collars and leashes
•  Toys new or used
•  Dog Treats
•  Cozy Blankets
•  Stainless steel water and food bowels
•  Be a Pet Angel, Sponsor  Spay or Neuter or vaccination.
   (You can pick your sponsored pet or have us pick a special one for you.
•  Old towels
•  Laundry Soap, Bleach,dish soap
•  Chain Link kennels (smaller size)

We thank you for any support you can give.
Unable to Adopt?
We realize that no everyone has the ability to bring a new dog or cat into their home, yet most folks really do want to make a difference.  There are many ways you can make a difference in the life of a homeless dog or cat.  A donation of any size helps to save their lives.  HHP is a Non-Profit organization that is operated by volunteers. We survive solely on public donations and fund raisers that reflect your belief in and support of our efforts to rescue and rehabilitate homeless dogs and cats.  Your generous contributions help pay the veterinary bills and purchase food and supplies throughout the year that keeps us going.

A donation can be made by a few simple mouse clicks on
a secure network, by clicking the "Donate Now" button.
Or you may also make a donation by check and mail to our mailing address found on our Contact Us page.

In addition to financial donations, there are many other ways that you can make a difference.  Please visit our "Ways to Help" page for more information.

An additional way to help is to SHOP.  There are two ways of shopping that will benefit these homeless companions.  Visit our Shopping Page.  We have a few items that we sell to the public. 100% of net proceeds is used for the care of the animals.  Additionally, you can shop at retail stores, with the link provided on our site, and a portion of the proceeds is sent to us to help us to continue to save the lives of homeless pets.

Helping the Homeless doesn't get much easier than that !
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Who We Are

Founded in 1998, Help for Homeless Pets is an all volunteer, no-kill, 501(c)(3) non-profit Organization with two  
main goals:
• To find permanent homes for homeless animals.
• To promote spaying and neutering, thereby reducing the tragic consequences of pet overpopulation
HHP does not euthanize animals. Instead, we provide shelter in our kennel, or in a foster home, until a  
permanent home for them can be found.

We can house 100 cats and 40 dogs and puppies and we are open every day.
Donate a Kuranda bed
and make a world
of difference for a shelter dog and/or cat.
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Kuranda Dog Beds
HAVE A HEART, Donate a Bed

Great news! Kuranda’s owner Mike Harding has a big heart towards helping animals too. He has just extended the $5 Donation Shipping Special to help encourage donations so more of your dogs and cats can enjoy the comfort of a Kuranda bed. The flat rate of $5 applies to a donated dog bed, set of 2 cat beds and ANY SIZE cat tower.
Aloha from Hawaii! 

These special cats all have a unique story…….. they came from the island of Molokai, Hawaii.  Most of these beauties were born there at the condo-resort where a wonderful lady and her friends fed and cared for them, even providing veterinary service when needed.  These cats wandered the condo area and called it home, but did not belong to any one person.  Now this Pet Angel is moving to Montana, and no one at her previous condo area would commit to continued care and feeding of these cats, so she found local homes in Hawaii for some, and is flying the last 7 or 8 cats to Montana!  She is hoping we will open our arms and give these sweet aloha babies a good home. They are very gentle & sweet for being “nobody’s cats”, and all have been spayed & vaccinated.  They also went through strict health checks to get them off the island.  If adopted as outside cats, they will require a heated enclosure as they are not used to our cold climate.  

Adoption  fee $35 or any pair for $50. Application is required, so please call Angie at 406-860-8735.
BIG RED -   FEMALE
BORN: 2009
Spayed & Vaccinated in 2009
Long Hair Orange

Shy around people.  Good outdoor hunter. Even with hair long, she keeps herself
well groomed.
SOCKS  -   MALE
BORN: 2011
Neutered & Vaccinated in 2011
Tabby with white feet

Shy -- Good hunter.
Good indoor / outdoor cat
TWISTY -  FEMALE
BORN: 2011
Spayed & Vaccinated in 2011
White with grey striping

Has one ear folded over. Good hunter.
Good indoor / outdoor cat.
BLONDE -  MALE
BORN: 2010
Neutered & Vaccinated in 2010
All white with a little grey on tail

Shy around people. Good outdoor cat
SKINNY KITTY -  MALE
BORN: 2012 ?
Neutered & Vaccinated in 2012
Tabby

Shy - good indoor / outdoor cat
PUKA -  MALE
BORN: 2011
Neutered & Vaccinated in 2011
Tabby

Right eye damaged, bent tail, but friendly and good hunter.  Good indoor / outdoor cat
VAN GOUGH -  MALE
BORN: 2010
Neutered & Vaccinated in 2010
All Black

Left eye clipped short, crooked tail. Friendly. Good Hunter.  Good indoor / outdoor cat
MANGO JR. -  MALE
BORN: 2010
Neutered & Vaccinated in 2010
Orange & White Tabby

Friendly and good hunter. 
Good indoor / outdoor cat