Mason County PAWS
When Animal Control becomes overcrowded, they eliminate the ones that have been there the longest, we will be able to house these wonderful dogs and cats. If there are situations where death, illness, moving, or any other life changing events cause a person to have to relinquish their beloved furry pets, SCHS will be able to take into these displaced animals.
We are working to end the euthanizing of treatable and adoptable dogs and cats in Mason County. We are raising money to buy property with/without buildings that can be renovated into a legal NO - Kill Animal Shelter. This will allow us to have room to house cats and dogs, give them the necessary medical care, get them spay/neutered, age appropriate vaccinations, worming, and flea treatment. We will also work with them socially to make them better pets. When these wonderful companion animals are adopted into forever homes, they will be healthy and socially able to be a permanent member of the family.
- No Kill
- no euthanizing