Sweet Louise has been in a MHS shelter all summer, and they’re hoping this is her week to get a forever home.
Sweet Snap has been at the Michigan Humane Society for more than two months, and it’s long past time for her to find her forever home.
In an attempt to find homes for hundreds of homeless dogs, puppies, cats and kittens, the 11th annual “Pet-A-Palooza” will take place this weekend at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Some would say she has a face only a mother could love. Others would notice she’s as sweet as spun cotton candy.
Are you already at work? Then you may need to turn around and pick up something you forgot — your best friend.
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
A pair of baby coyotes from Ann Arbor will have a starring role on the “Late Show with David Letterman” Tuesday evening, along with their handler.
In warm weather, the overheated air in a parked car interferes with a pet’s normal cooling process because, unlike humans, dogs and cats do not perspire to cool their bodies down – they pant.
Six bulldog-mix puppies that were stuffed into a suitcase and discovered next to a trash bin in Ohio aren’t going to have trouble finding a new home.
It’s an invaluable first step in pet adoption: choosing a shelter instead of a pet store or breeder. Whether it’s a rambunctious kitten or that old, grandpa dog waiting patiently in the corner of his kennel, these local shelters have everything potential pet owners need in Detroit.