The Humane Society of Putnam County announced the launch of a new no-cost spay/neuter assistance program to Putnam County residents and their pets in June.

This new program provides a free spay/neuter, paid in full by the HSPC, to Putnam County residents looking to fix their pets, and help keep the animal population under control in the county.

This free voucher can be redeemed at SPOT Clinic in Cloverdale and will cover the full cost of a cat or dog spay/neuter for up to two pets per household per year. Pet owners should plan to provide proof of rabies vaccination upon arrival, but for animals not currently vaccinated for rabies, the voucher will also cover the cost of bringing the animal up-to-date on their rabies vaccine, if assistance is needed.

Spay/Neuter vouchers can be picked up at Rescued Treasures (1021 Indianapolis Rd.) on designated Fridays and Saturdays between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Thanks to the support of groups like the 100 Women Who Care, local donations and fundraisers, and the participants of the HSPC 5K, as well as the support of SPOT clinic, the Humane Society is able to provide this assistance without barriers on program applicants.

Please direct questions to or (765)653-7174.  Leave a message if nobody answers, and we will return your call as soon as possible.



The Humane Society of Putnam County is introducing a new  TNR program for feral and community cats.  If your application for help is accepted the cats, not home pets will be altered (spayed or neutered), ear tipped to indicate they are altered, receive their rabies vaccine, dewormed and given flea medication.

Our funds for this program are NOT unlimited and your assistance, if accepted will be asked. The applications will be treated on a first come basis.

To fill out an Application come to our Rescued Treasures store, 1021 Indianapolis Road, (next to Goodwill) on Friday, see Don Williams.



The HSPC provides low cost microchipping services for Putnam County residents. The outpatient procedure costs $10 per pet at the low cost microchipping clinics offered by the HSPC. Be sure to contact Rescued Treasures or check our Facebook page to learn more about these clinic.

Microchipping is a popular technology used to identify unclaimed pets. The microchip, a tiny “pet ID” transponder the size of a grain of rice, is injected beneath the surface of the animal’s skin. When scanned by a microchip scanner, the chip emits a low radio frequency, transmitting the animal’s ID code to identify the owner’s contact information.

Implanting a microchip is a simple procedure that does not require anesthesia. Microchips are not a GPS device. 

Registration: When an animal is microchipped at a Humane Society clinic or at the Putnam County Animal Shelter, the HSPC provides free registration to ensure the chip is registered in the national database.



The Humane Society of Putnam County and Rescued Treasures provide vouchers to all residents at Beyond Homeless in Greencastle to buy clothing and shoes for themselves and their children during their time at Beyond Homeless. This program has provided more than 100 vouchers to residents at the shelter.