The only independent NO KILL shelter in the Thumb of Michigan!
Ticket sales for the 2022 Annual Raffle have been begun!
The Annual Raffle is our signature fundraiser, which helps us continue to provide medical care, training and love to our furry residents as they wait for their forever homes — and this year the prizes are bigger than ever before!!
Tickets are available at our Carsonville shelter, or contact us and we’ll send as many as you want!
The drawing will be Saturday, June 11 at 4:00 p.m. at Putt’in 4 Paws in Lexington, Michigan.
Our mission is to provide shelter and medical care and find new homes for homeless pets; provide community outreach programs, as well as reduce the number of unwanted litters through our spay/neuter programs.
SCHS is a private non-profit humane agency caring for more than 1,200 animals each year and relies solely on private donations.
If you donate money to the Michigan Humane Society or to the Humane Society of America, you are not donating to us. The only way we keep our doors open is by monthly donations that are given to us by people like you.
If we could get only 525 people to have $20.00 donated from their credit card or from their checking account monthly, it would keep our doors open all year.
Depending upon availability, we take in adoptable cats and dogs with prior approval.
10,862 cats have been spayed/neutered since programs were initiated in 2007.
228 cats & dogs were adopted
639 cats fixed in the Working Cat program
255 cats & dogs were adopted
481 cats fixed in the Working Cat program
320 cats & dogs were adopted
526 cats fixed in the Working Cat program
319 cats & dogs were adopted
240 cats fixed in the Working Cat/Stray Barn Cat program
298 cats & dogs were adopted
100 cats were spayed/neutered
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Sanilac County Humane Society (SCHS) is a private nonprofit, federal and state tax exempt 501c3, “No Kill” shelter run by volunteers and public donations. We provide shelter and medical care and find new homes for homeless pets, as well as reduce the number of homeless cats and dogs through our spay/neuter programs.