Baby Juneau, tiny Ernie, and perky Corky are all available for adoption at local Michigan Humane Society shelters.
In addition to raising awareness of animal cruelty, the funds will be used to support MHS’ free pit bull sterilization program, launched earlier this year, which provides local animal welfare groups and pit bull owners with certificates providing free spay or neuter surgery of pit bull-type dog.
From green-eyed fluff to Kara and Cleveland with the biggest brown eyes you’ve ever seen, they have the kind of gaze that’s hard to resist.
To help create more happy reunions, the Michigan Humane Society is holding two low-cost pet microchipping clinics open to all pet owners.
Sweet Louise has been in a MHS shelter all summer, and they’re hoping this is her week to get a forever home.
“We’re sick of it,” a spokeswoman for Detroit Dog Rescue said. “We are sick of getting these calls multiple times a day.”
More than 100 dogs, puppies, cats, kittens and rabbits will be available for adoption from MHS and three local rescue groups during the event.
Pig is — you guessed it — a pig, of the Vietnamese potbelly variety, and he needs a home.
Best of all, lessees don’t have to pay a single cent for many of the maintenance costs that come with taking home an MHS Certified Pre-Owned Cat.
Meet Bandit! This 7-year-old Bernese Mountain Dog/Collie mix is fully grown at 100 pounds, and he’s laid back and very friendly.