Paws For Life Takes Advantage Of Fall Crowds At Cider Mill

BLOOMFIELD HILLS (WWJ) – Every Sunday, Paws for Life sets up a booth at the Franklin Cider Mill in Bloomfield Hills in hopes of adopting out dogs and cats.

Sunday, half a dozen cats and three dogs were up for adoption — including Chevy, a mixed puppy.

Cassie Reich, with Paws for Life, talks about one of the adoptable dogs named Chevy.

“She’s about a year and a half old – she likes other dogs and she loves people,” said Reich. “She will be your best friend she’ll cuddle with you and she’ll be a great addition to your family.”

She says so far, they have had several applications and donations.

They will continue to set up at the cider mill every Sunday until Thanksgiving — from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Find more information on Paws for Life – HERE.

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