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.
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.
“However well-intentioned, though it may appear that baby animals such as birds, ducks, rabbits or fawns are abandoned, most of the time the mother is nearby,” the MHS says in a press release.
For nearly three months, this short-haired cat has waited patiently at the Michigan Humane Society Berman Center for Animal Care in Westland, hoping to find that special family to take him home
The Humane Society is starting a bold new program offering a certificate for a free sterilization of any pit bull-type dog.
“With fresh, clean straw, the dogs can burrow in and stay warm during a cold winter night. Towels and blankets just absorb moisture and freeze when the temperature drops.”
Here are five pets ready and waiting at Michigan Humane Society shelters for a new forever home.
Annabelle the adorable terrier and Caesar the calm and collected kitty are just two of the hundreds of animals available for adoption through the Michigan Humane Society.