Michigan Humane Society
Who doesn’t love Teddy Roosevelt?
If you or someone you know is looking to adopt a pet, then look no further than the Detroit Zoo.
Want to come home from work to someone who’s always overjoyed to see you no matter how tough your day?
When your name is Spirit, you don’t have much choice — You’ve pretty much have to Sparkle.
A rescue crew was called in to a house near 5 Mile and Middlebelt to remove 49 cats that were living in their own waste.
Pug/Beagle-mix Joleen barked for help after her foster mom suffered a heart attack. “She kept licking my face, trying to wake me up,” Klatt said. “She’s my angel!”
The Michigan Humane Society will host clinics offering low-cost vaccinations and microchipping.
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.