Check out our pets of the week for a variety of happy-go-lucky cats and dogs just aching to bring love into someone’s home.
After months of being cooped up inside, most metro Detroit pet owners — and pets — have to be wondering: “Is it spring yet?”
MHS adoption fees for cats and kittens at its PetSmart partner locations are $65 or two for $95; adoption fees for dogs over 4 months are $200; puppies and lap dogs (20 pounds or less) are $300.
Take, for instance, this Mikey, a smiling 1-year-old, 57-pound Pit Bull/Rottweiler mix — who’s an energetic bundle of puppy love.
A 56-year-old Michigan woman has received a 150-day jail sentence for killing three kittens.
They say the eyes are the windows to the soul — and with one look into the soulful eyes of our pets of the week, you’ll be hooked.
His only soft spot? He just might give you a cavity, he’s that sweet.
Gibson is blind and Leland acts as a sort of “seeing eye dog” for her.
Youth is wasted on the young as any look at our mature — adorable and active — pets of the week will teach you.
Beginning in January, anyone who wants to surrender their pet has to appear in person and explain their decision.