How to begin the adoption process. We have a large variety of dogs, cats, rabbits and other small animals that are available for adoption
from our shelter.
By adopting from the HSGC, you are not only supporting your local shelter, you are receiving your new friend for life.
When your must surrender a pet they need a place to stay and someone to care for them while they wait for their new home.
Should you need to surrender a pet to us, there is some basic information that will be helpful for you to know before you come to see us.
We rely completely on donations from the local community and receive no funding from city, county, state or federal agencies. We appreciate your generosity and you can be confident that your financial contribution will be used to care for the animals in our shelter.
Our mission is to provide shelter and adoption of companion animals, reduce overpopulation, extend humane education, prevent cruelty, and provide those services that promote its goals and policies.
The HSGC’s focus remains on the companion animals (dogs, cats, puppies and kittens) of Genesee County. To treat the animals and one another with dignity and respect, and to do our best to provide humane treatment for the animals in our care.
Friends for the Future
Have you ever wondered, “How can I make a difference to help local homeless animals?”
Have you ever wondered, “How can I leave a lasting legacy; a footprint in the sand that will help for generations to come?”
The answer to both questions can be found with The Humane Society of Genesee County’s “Friends for the Future.”