The Cowlitz County Humane Society
is committed to improving animal welfare by eliminating cruelty and pet overpopulation through education, law enforcement, providing shelter, promoting lifetime adoptions and spay/neuter programs.
The shelter is located at 909 Columbia Boulevard, just south of Industrial Way.
From I-5, take Exit 36 west. Exit on 3rd Avenue. At the end of the ramp
turn left on 3rd Ave. Proceed to the 3rd light and turn left on Fibre Way. Go one block, turn right on Columbia Boulevard.
From Kelso, take Allen Street bridge west and turn left on 1st Avenue.
First Avenue becomes Third Avenue. After approximately 2 miles, Third Avenue becomes Industrial Way. At the third stop light, turn left on Fibre Way. Go one block; turn right on Columbia Boulevard.
From Longview, Take California Way to Industrial Way. Turn right. At first light, turn left on Fibre Way; go one block to Columbia Boulevard.
Humane Society Hours - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday through Friday and 10:00 AM through 3:30 PM on Saturday.
All animals are welcome at the Humane Society. However, because our supply exceeds the demand, we recommend you attempt to find a home among friends, relatives and acquaintances first. A "Free Pet to Good Home" ad is not a good idea, because you have no control over your pets quality of life after it leaves your home. We recommend that any pet that is given to a new home be spayed or neutered, so it does not contribute to the pet overpopulation.
If you find a stray, please call us immediately. There is a good chance someone is already looking for a lost pet. If you wish to keep it while the owner is found, that’s fine, or we’ll come pick it up.
Humane Society of Cowlitz County
P.O. Box 172
909 Columbia Blvd.
Longview, WA 98632