Hundreds of bunnies are dropped off each year — because they are pretty demanding pets — and require exercise and mental stimulation.
A 10-month-old kitten — saved from likely death on the streets after suffering chemical burns to its face — is waiting for a new home.
The Humane Society of the United States and other groups are suing to restore federal protections for wolves in the western Great Lakes region.
Pit-bull owners in Ypsilanti Township who don’t have their dogs spayed or neutered could face jail time.
Think you can’t help because you don’t have money to spare? That’s OK — you can give your time. And in some cases, that’s an even more valuable gift.
A dog that authorities say was found frozen to the ground in Lansing in 2011 with its legs bound with heavy-duty electrical tape is getting a new home.
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.
Rudy, five weeks old, has been examined and found to be in good condition, according to the Humane Society. He will be placed for adoption on Thursday, Aug. 30.
“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.
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