Pike County Humane Society Board Of Directors

​John Somers, President
Mary Cervati, Vice President / Corresponding Secretary
​Barry Heim, Treasurer / Executive Director​​

​Kim Alexander, Recording Secretary

​​Barbara Lippincott, Volunteer Coordinator 
​Janet Heim, Board Member 

Carol Sproul, Board Member

Robyn Wacha, Associate Board Member

​​What Makes Us Unique

Nestled in the beautiful mountains of Pike County you will find an oasis for stray, unwanted and abused pets. Unlike a traditional shelter you will see dogs playing with one another, sleeping cuddled together on blankets and beds, and living just as they would in any loving home.

You will meet cats, not in cages, but in a facility that allows them to stretch out, play, use scratching posts and have the company of other cats. The pets here are truly happy.

We are blessed to be able to provide such an environment for our homeless pets, and as a result of this environment, our pets are able to make the transition to a forever home much easier,

and with less stress.

Due to our unique set up, no pet is euthanized because of lack of space or time limits. All pets in our  care receive any needed veterinary care, regardless of how complex.

Our goal is to provide the best quality of life possible while our pets live with us.

We can tell you about our shelter, but visiting is much better!  Our pets love visitors, and you just might find your new best friend!

Who We Are


          Our Mission...

  • To prevent cruelty to animals by educating people in the humane treatment of all animals.
  • To educate and indoctrinate society and individuals on the intricacies of having and owning pets by explaining the responsibility endowed by such ownership.
  • To provide shelter, food, care and medical treatment as needed for the lost, abandoned, abused and unwanted animals that come under our care.
  • To evaluate prospective adoptees and to find good homes for the animals we care for.
  • To educate people in the importance of spay/neuter programs and to function as an agent by making available a low cost spay/neuter program to address the overwhelming unwanted animal population.​
  • To offer cooperation and assistance to appropriate authorities to investigate and prosecute animal cruelty, abuse and neglect.

Pike County

Humane Society