Rhoda's Fund and Papa's Pups
Did you know that as of January 2016, the Humane Society of Midland County (HSoMC) has placed over 11,500 animals since we took over the shelter in 2011? HSoMC is extremely proud of this amazing number but finding homes for lost, unwanted and abandoned pets is only part of our mission, we are committed to working to end animal overpopulation.
Rhoda's Fund and Papa's Pups are two programs created to help with animal overpopulation, by helping low-income households, senior citizens on a fixed income and other hardship cases with spay/neuter costs. "Rhoda's Fund" is designed to help offset a portion of the cost of spaying/neutering cats and "Papa's Pups" does the same for dogs.
If you're interested in applying, download and complete:
Mail the completed application(s) to HSoMC at P.O. Box 1034, Midland, MI 48641. Funding for this program is limited, and it's first come, first served. Preference is given to female pets.