Beginning in January, anyone who wants to surrender their pet has to appear in person and explain their decision.
It’s a great time to cuddle up at home with a furry friend, preferably one who’s soft and sweet and loves to cuddle on your lap.
Lucy, the 7-year-old Beagle/Shepherd mix with a huge grin, is fully grown at 56 pounds and is a very smart and active older lady.
Take for instance little Meka, a winner with adorably large ears who’s looking for a forever home.
A delicate ginger cat saved in August during a harrowing rescue by the Michigan Humane Society truly has nine lives — and now he gets to live out the rest of them in comfort.
There’s one thing that would make them smile even bigger: A forever home!
Baby Juneau, tiny Ernie, and perky Corky are all available for adoption at local Michigan Humane Society shelters.
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.
To help create more happy reunions, the Michigan Humane Society is holding two low-cost pet microchipping clinics open to all pet owners.