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You can help animals survive and THRIVE!

Thank you for considering a gift that saves lives!

Your generosity is reflected in the tail wags of happy dogs, gentle purrs of content kitties, and smiles of adopters that have found a new best friend.  Choose from several donation funds to make an impact in the area most important to you. The continuation of our animal care services and community programs relies on generous donations from compassionate people like you!


General Fund

From medication and food for the animals, to programs that place pets in loving homes, your general donation serves as the most essential building block for the shelter.

The General Fund covers our largest expenses such as: spay/neuter surgeries for shelter pets, community programs, vaccinations, medications, medical supplies, microchips, food, and shelter specific cleaning products to keep our animals safe and healthy.


Colton Fund for Special Needs Dogs

The Colton Fund seeks to ensure that every canine that requires special attention and care is able to receive it, with hopes of transforming into a healthy and adoptable furry friend.

The Colton Fund covers expenses such as: emergency surgeries, heartworm treatment, allergy treatment, rehabilitative care, dental surgeries, bloodwork, x-rays and ultrasounds.


Russ Herron Fund for Special Needs Cats

All too often, felines arrive at our facility requiring emergency medical procedures and special care. These lifesaving funds allow us to provide the unique care for each feline who needs our help.

The Russ Herron Fund covers expenses such as: emergency surgeries, special medications, rehabilitative care, dental surgeries, bloodwork, x-rays and ultrasounds.

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Community Cat Fund

Outdoor, free-roaming cats continue to reproduce rapidly in our community. The Community Cat Fund was created in an effort to reduce feline overpopulation by spaying/neutering unowned "community cats" at no cost for Isabella County residents.

The Community Cat Fund covers the surgery expense for unowned, free-roaming cats in Isabella County. 


Health Clinic

Our Health Clinic serves the community through our low-cost spay/neuter program and walk-in vaccine clinics.

The Health Clinic Fund covers expenses such as: medications, medical supplies, maintenance of surgical equipment, and cleaning supplies —by offsetting these costs, we are able to maintain our affordable surgery programs.

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