Contact us

kinderHumane PA is a political action committee (PAC).  If you have an questions about  animal cruelty or cruelty to report, please contact your local animal shelter – you can find them here: Find Your Local Shelter (listed by county).

If you have questions about bills or candidates, you can use the email link below or simply click on the name for one of the Humane PA officers, or volunteer state directors listed on our About our Leadership page to obtain a direct email address for each of them.

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14 Responses to Contact us

  1. Ann Bradley says:

    I am a resident of New Jersey and feel so proud of the people who all over the nation protect and defend those creatures with no voice. Thank you for what you do and I will do anything I can to support all those who are the voice of those who have none. And I am the proud doggie parent of a little seven year old Carin Terrier mix from Bluefield, West Virginia. She has asthma and no one wanted to be bothered taking care of this wonderful little girl. I have asthma too so she came to the right family. Bless the people who help save these very special and loving creatures!!!!! Thank you for everything you do.
    Ann Bradley, Hamilton, Mercer County, New Jersey.
    My family will be participating in the Canine Cancer Research Walk on Sunday September 25th.

  2. Sylvia Abernathy says:

    We found your weblisting on one of the back pages of Google. Wouldn’t you rather be up front? Our experts in Search Engine Optimization can help you become more visible and more productive. A quick email will get you details.

  3. Linda Camac says:

    WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF TRYING TO START A POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE FOR WILDLIFE (ACROSS THE USA) as you know, currently grey wolves are suffering a brutal massacre in the Northwest – congressmen tend to follow the money rather than the will of the people…….Just need to ask a few basic questions – please help -for the animals! Also my phone number 267-335-2064. Appreciate all you do, I am a Pennsylvania resident, and wish also to join you!

  4. I couldn’t find an email address for you so I’m writing on the comment wall. I am president of a c4 in KY, called Kentuckians Vote for Animals. We are writing our candidate survey, and I would love to get a copy of your surveys, both for candidates and for volunteers. Would that be possible? You can write me at Thanks!

  5. Jessica LaCava says:

    I have/had four cats they are indoor and outdoor cats. They never go far and typically don’t leave the property. About three days ago my baby went up missing, he is very dependent on food, he does hunt though so he would not go hungry. Our neighbors were shooting guns in their property around 5 pm. We have history with the neighbors and they just ran over my sisters dog two months ago. Just last week our neighbor was in the news paper for gun violations and it stated they he is not permitted to have guns. When our cat went missing we were trying to hope for the best and we went out searching this morning and found him dead. He was shot through the side and the bullet was lodged in his spine. He was stiff as we believe he was shot that wed. and today being friday.. He was found on our property not even 30 ft away from our bedroom window. We contacted the police and they sent two cruisers and i gave my statement they told me there is nothing they can really do because we did not witness the cat getting shot. The police were very nice and sympathized with me but no real justice was served they payed a visit to see if he will give a statement but i’m very worried about my three other cats and my dog being outside and that close to him. I though it was illegal to be firing guns that close to a residential area let alone right outside my bedroom window. I really just need to know what i should do? Please contact me at

  6. Kathy Davis says:

    We need your help to save theses dogs now- the posts are all over – the reverand Tannis has what people say are 25 dogs again – moosic PA – there’s a pic on face book – 2 dogs tethered together – puppies all over – yard is cluttered – someone posted he has a sign saying needs dog food donated – he has been arrested before – I was told he was to not have more than 2 dogs but do not know if this is true – these dogs will freeze on Sunday if not removed before the cold front cones through !!!

  7. Leeahna Eve says:

    Hello all,

    My name is Leeahna and I am trying to reach out to this group for a possible volunteer opportunity. Ill be starting school in August as a vet tech. Student. I have always had a passion for taking care of animals and I’d love to get involved with your organization. I have leadership skills and a kind heart. I have been sent here by one of your affiliates, Rizzo Mertz. I hope to hear back soon!

    Best wishes,
    Leeahna Eve.

  8. Humane PA says:

    Leeahna – thank you so much for reaching out to us. We will email you.

  9. Lauren says:

    I am looking for resources or contacts to ensure a legal and humane decision regarding a potential business opportunity I am looking into. I have a business partner out of state who is interested in selling hermit crabs in pa. Can your organization direct me towards information to help make an informed decision about the legal aspects of selling hermit crabs in pa? I am a pa resident. Thank you.

  10. Debbie Wright says:

    Thank you for fighting on behalf of pigeons who are being shot barbarically for sport. I heard about this for the first time today on 6 ABC news and was sickened to learn that this is going on. I did write my Representative and hope they will vote to stop this barbaric activity that has no place in civilized society. Kind Regards, Debbie Wright

  11. Humane PA says:

    Thank you so much Debbie! We are working so hard to end this and are closer than ever!

  12. Amy Fikisz says:

    Hello –

    I am very concerned that the large animal control companies in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (particularly Ferree Kennels and Hoffman Kennels) say it “is not their job” to scan incoming pets for microchips. I wonder how many pets are euthanized because the animal control agencies do not scan for chips. We need to make it their job to scan for microchips! They also refuse to put photographs up of the animals that come in to their facilities – even after people have volunteered their own time to take pictures and put them online for free. This is so ridiculous! Something needs to be done! What can we do?

  13. C says:

    I am in desperate need of someone to contact to report an abuse situation. Please do not tell me the local humane officer, etc as this has all been tried and still nothing is being done. There is an extreme hoarding situation with injured animals left untreated, improper fencing so dogs have been killed by cars, and on and on. This person has been witnessed using a piece of machinery (parked in the yard) to dig large mass graves as these animals die. There have been reports filed and nothing is being done. We believe this person has some political ties or influence and is being given special treatment at the expense of suffering animals. Now the PA weather has gone extreme and these animals are left to fend for themselves in horrendous conditions. Please email any information you can provide. Thank you for your help.

  14. Humane PA says:

    C – What county is this in? Have you called the police?

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