Heaven After Hell Rescue

We are an animal rescue that believes in giving shelter animals a voice and happy home. We take in unwanted or abused dogs and cats from high kill shelters. We prepare them for adoption and find the perfect match for the adoptive family and the animal.




Our Pets Currently Available

Upcoming Adoption Events

Hello, everyone! We will be setting up meet and greets
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, until further notice!

Our regular, weekly open hours will be closed to the public. We still have many kiddos, who are waiting for a home and we would LOVE to introduce you to them!

If you are interested in one of our animals, please complete an application!

We will touch base and set up individual meets from there.

Thank you for understanding that our want is to not panic but our need is to consider this is our current reality.

Current Fundraisers/Upcoming Events

New Fundraisers coming soon. Please check back often!

We have adopted 2 dogs from Heaven After Hell and it was a pleasure working with them and our dogs couldn't be happier to have a safe home.

Shea Everhart

Please help us rescue as many animals as possible by donating through our you caring drives.

Please click below to donate via Paypal

Preview of our new website and store that will be opening very soon:New HAHR Website

1. Post on facebook group "Indianapolis Lost Pet Alert". Try to include a photo.
2. Take it to a vet to get scanned for a microchip.
3. The stray animal must be reported to your local Animal Control within 48 hours. You may also take the animal there. Owner's will not always call every rescue group looking for their dog/cat but they will call the city's shelter, most times.
4. You may not rehome the pet, immediately. The stray hold for citizens and rescues is 30 days.
5. Whether you can foster the pet until you find an owner or you have to take it to the shelter, hang flyers in the found location, with contact info of where the pet is.

We take in dogs and cats from high kill shelters. We do not take in wildlife. For concerns about wildlife, please follow this link http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/5492.htm