The Auburn Valley Humane Society’s Sponsor-a-Kennel Program provides a great opportunity for families, organizations and companies to make sure our homeless animals have the best care during their stay at the shelter. Whether it’s a cat or dog, the animals that reside in that kennel will benefit from your support. For less than a $1 a day, you can help the animals. You can help us give them a second chance by providing it with shelter, medical care and the opportunity to be adopted into a forever, loving home.

Everyone who comes to the shelter will see your plaque and will appreciate YOUR caring support of the homeless and abandoned animals.


Cat Kennel Plaque

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Dog Kennel Plaque

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How Do I Become a Sponsor?

It’s easy and only takes a few moments of your time. Simply complete the fillable application. Print the form and return with payment to us by mailing it or dropping it off at the shelter. 

With your kennel sponsorship, you will receive recognition on a kennel plaque that will be prominently displayed on the kennel for an entire calendar year. A personalized plaque will include your inscription, picture or logo that you include with the form. Pictures will be emailed to volunteers@auburnvalleyhs.org

  • A kennel plaque is created with your name, logo or picture with the form. The plaque is 5″x 3.25″ and is adhered on the dog kennel or cat room.

  • There are sponsorship opportunities available at this time.

This is a heartfelt way to remember a lost pet or make a dedication to a friend, relative or business.

Each year, we will contact you to renew your sponsorship and continue to support the homeless animals in our care.


If you  would like to make your payment online, click on the button below to make a selection from the sponsorship options. It’s safe, secure and fast.

Email the photograph of the pet, person or the company logo to volunteers@auburnvalleyhs.org.

You can drop off the form at the AVHS shelter.