In 1974, a group of dedicated individuals committed to offering the Miami Valley an alternative to the traditional animal welfare system, came together and created the Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals (SICSA). For more than 40 years, people in the Miami Valley have supported SICSA in a partnership of caring to build a strong humane community. View our video to learn more about SICSA.
We adopt over 1,600 dogs and cats into loving homes annually and spay/neuter 2,700 animals each year for the community. Over 700 junior and adult volunteers provide more than 23,000 hours of service to SICSA each year. We also provide quality humane education to more than 4,300 children annually. Our Paw Partners Social program brings the joy and comfort of animal companionship to hundreds of residents in nursing homes and hospitals with SICSA's adoptable animals, as well as providing socialization for the animal.
SICSA Print Newsletter: Stray Thoughts
- SICSA to offer Adoption Special to thank all Military Personnel
- Miranda Lambert Foundation names SICSA one of the "best of the best"
- SICSA Summer Camps Foster Fun
- SICSA to Receive Grant for Spay/Neuter in Community
- SICSA's Lift Your Leg Registration Now Open