Help for Homeless Pets (HHP) is a 501(c)(3) no-kill animal shelter operating in Billings, Montana, and serving primarily Yellowstone County since 1998.
Who We Are
Our primary goals are:
- to find permanent homes for homeless pets; and
- to promote spay/neutering in an effort to curb pet homelessness and other tragic consequences caused by overpopulation.
HHP does not kill or euthanize animals; rather, we provide shelter at the facility or in a foster home until a homeless pet finds its permanent home. We house up to 100 cats and 40 dogs at our facility located at 2910 Hannon Road in Billings, Montana.
We are open to the public every day, including holidays, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. For more information, please visit the “Contact Us” tab at the top of our webpage.
Our Featured Pets
Meet Princess……Look at that smiling face!!! She is a 4 year old female, Black LabradorRetriever & Australian Shepherd mix. Currenton all vaccinations, including kennel cough, alsodewormed and spayed.
This is Teddy, one of our shelters longest residents. Wecan’t understand why, he is so amazing! Teddy is a 3 yr.old Black lab/Australian cattle dog/Blue Heeler mix and isneutered, current on shots, and microchipped.
Look at this pretty girl, what a cutie! This is Princess, a 6 yr. old brown Tabby, declawedand current on all vaccinations. Her ownerpassed away, and Princess is currently in afoster home.
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.
Unable to Adopt?
We realize that, while not everyone has the ability to bring a new dog or cat into their home, many still want to make a difference in the life of a homeless pet. It is now easier than ever to make a donation through a secure network by clicking on the “Please Donate Now” button at the top of our webpage. We rely on your generous contributions to provide food, supplies, and veterinary care to the pets we serve.
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