You can visit by appointment or you can walk-in during our hours of operation. If you are dropping off a stray or a surrender, please call for an intake appointment at 989-835-1877 and speak to our staff first. You can view some of our adoptable pets below and to adopt please submit an application via this link:

Masks must be worn by all unvaccinated people in order to enter the building in compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order.

Our Vision: All animals in our community have a safe and loving home.

1501 Dogs

placed this year through December 2022

1075 cats

placed this year through December 2022


cats and dogs placed since 2011

Live Release Rate

In 2022, our Lifesaving Percentages (based on Asilomar Live Release Rate formula) were 99% for dogs and 98% for cats.

In 2021, HSoMC placed 2,190 animals. Placements include adoptions, transfers and return to owners. That equates to over 6 animals per day including holidays and weekends during a global pandemic!


HSoMC is a registered non-profit that relies on the generosity of our community to fund our meaningful mission.

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Featured Pets Available for Adoption

2022 HSoMC Mascots


The HSoMC 2022 dog mascot is Teddy, a wire-haired terrier mix rescued from the Montgomery Alabama Humane Society.  Thank you to Katie Dusablon for her donation to sponsor Teddy as the HSoMC 2022 Dog Mascot.

Cruzer and Gimli

The HSoMC 2022 cat mascots are Cruzer, a DSH/Polydactyl that was adopted from the Humane Society of Midland County, and Gimli, a Persian rescued from a severe hoarding situation in Eaton County, Michigan.  Thank you to Sara Gallo forr her donation to sponsor Cruzer and Gimli as the HSoMC 2022 Cat Mascot.