From dogs to cats and even 17 birds, there has been overcrowding at the St. Clair County Animal Control. In the past 7 business days, St. Clair County animal control is reporting that they have taken in and been able to help more than 160 animals thanks to several partnering rescue organizations. Because of the influx, animal control is saying those organizations are also in dire need of donations to care for these animals as none will be available for adoption for any time soon. They are asking that residents who may want to give to the cause drop donations off at the shelter on Griswold Road in Port Huron during business hours, or drop them off directly to the partnering shelters. A full list and details can be found on St. Clair County Animal Control’s Facebook page.