About Middleburg Humane

The Middleburg Humane Foundation (MHF) operates a non-profit, 23-acre farm shelter located on the west side of Marshall, Virginia. It is our goal to provide a haven for at risk animals, large and small. We take in animals as small as gerbils and as large as Angus steer -- and everything in between. 750 cats, dogs, equines, livestock, and pocket pets were brought to the shelter in 2020. We do not receive state or county funding and depend on donations from individuals, businesses, and foundations, and funds raised at various events throughout the year.  MHF also operates a Grooming Salon at our shelter and a Resale Boutique Shop on Main Street in Marshall.

Our Mission

MHF rescues, rehabilitates, and adopts out at-risk animals and promotes animal welfare through community outreach and humane education. We accomplish our mission through our various programs: intake and adoption, Trap-Neuter-Return, food and medical care assistance, humane education and internships, and volunteer.

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Intake

We rescue and rehabilitate animals large and small.

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Trap-Neuter-Return

We spay/neuter and vaccinate community cats. 

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Humane Education

We can provide classes on a variety of animal care topics.

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Adoptions

We adopted out 523 cats, dogs, equine, and livestock in 2020.

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Food & Medical Assistance

We give out free pet food and facilitate low cost vet care.

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Volunteers

Many hands make light work, and the animals love company.