Founded in 1965 by Roberta Keese, Hilltop Humane Society is a registered non-profit 501(c)3 all volunteer, no-kill organization dedicated to helping homeless and abused animals. One of our first priorities is to try to alleviate the tragic problem of pet over-population. We approach this in two ways: First, we try to educate the public to neuter and spay their household pets and encourage responsible pet ownership. We stress that pets are a commitment both emotionally and financially. Second, we have an ongoing feral cat program. Hilltop’s volunteers are actively involved in a trap, neuter, return (TNR) program including vaccinating the animal. We either find a suitable home or return the cats to their caretakers in the town of Randolph and surrounding towns. In addition to our TNR program, Hilltop Humane Society is also committed to rescuing animals that are in the community. Often, we hear about abandoned, neglected, abused and injured pets/strays who are in desperate need of help. We try to help as many of these animals as we can, but it is only possible to keep this going through donations from the community from people who, like us, care about animals.