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Stevens Community Humane Society Provides a number of services to animals and to our community
Questions? Please visit our contact us page to submit a question or comment
Help find a forever home for a special animal today! By adopting from our shelter, you are not only earning a new friend, but you are making a difference and helping us with controlling the stray cat population. Our dog adoption fee is $300, our adult (spayed/neuter) cat adoption fee is $150, our kitten (a cat who has not been fixed) adoption fee is $75.
WE DO NOT ADOPT OUT TO DECLAW
If you are interested in adopting a pet, please fill out an adoption application and our building manager will be in contact with you!
We are not affiliated with the National Humane Society
We work with animals on a case-by-case basis
Some of our services are subject to the amount of grant funding that is available
Our organization is entirely volunteer led. Because of this, some of our services and availability are subject to change
Interested in fostering a pet?
Please click on the link below to fill out our prescreening questionnaire to determine your eligibility to be placed with one of our animals in need.
We appreciate your willingness to support these animals in need as we are still a smaller shelter with limited resources and services
Impounding: Procedures & Practices
If you find a stray dog:
Please contact the sheriff's office or the police department in your community
Morris Police Non-Emergency Number: 320.208.6500
SCHS currently contracts with Stevens County Sheriff's Office and the Morris Police Department for the impounding of stray animals.
If you find a stray cat:
You can contact SCHS and leave a message and the building manager will be able to answer questions and give instruction about what next steps to take.
Stevens Community Humane Society will attempt to locate or contact the owner. After five days, they legally become a part of SCHS and will be in our care until a new home is found. Impound fees may apply when claiming a stray animal, the building manager also has the right to ask for proof of ownership before releasing the animal.
Please Note: Only in very specific situations can our organization assist in picking up certain stray animals.
Please contact us with questions and to further discuss assisting details
Here at SCHS, we want to be able to provide as much help and support to the community as we can. Because of this, we do take in animals to assist families in rehoming. However, because of our limited resources we are only able to do this on a case-by-case basis. Please fill out our Pet Surrender Form or call our building to receive more information about our surrender fees and procedures.
Spay & Neuter
Stevens Community Humane Society provides spay and neuter options for the community when funds are available.
Spaying and Neutering your pets is important to help reduce pet homelessness, it helps with your pet's health and can also help curb costs of taking care of your pets.
H&H Veterinary and Boarding services and SCHS have a dog wash that is open 24/7 attached to our businesses! The dog wash cost $10 for a 16 minute bath! The dog wash takes cash, credit and tokens. Tokens can be purchased through SCHS and some of the proceeds go towards helping the shelter. If you are interested, please contact us and we will set up a pick up time and place! Payment can be done through cash or check.
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