The Detroit Zoo was packed Saturday with families ready to welcome a new best friend into their home.
Last year, the Detroit Zoo adoption event found homes for 431 animals.
The Almost Home Animal Rescue League is hosting a Big Dog adoption event on Saturday, March 16 in Royal Oak. The event will feature large breed dogs of all shapes, sizes and colors that have been living in shelters for more than a year.
A dog that was brought to a Dearborn animal shelter with little more than stubs for front legs is getting new devices to help her mobility.
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.
Officials at the Dearborn Animal Shelter say she could be easily taken for a baby kangaroo.
“Frequently, they’re not sharing that information except for the fact that they may or may not be able to continue to afford feeding the animal,” Bolton said.
Relatives of an 89-year-old woman who was the first person to die in Indiana from a multi-state fungal meningitis outbreak are looking for a new home for her dog.
Hundreds of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens will be available for immediate adoption to loving homes at one of the nation’s largest off-site companion animal adoption events.
The Michigan Humane Society and 20 additional animal welfare groups will host the annual fall “Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo” animal adoption event on Saturday and Sunday at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak.