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If you are an animal lover, you know how heart breaking it is to see a homeless animal. There are shelters filled with lost, unwanted, abused, neglected and abandoned animals that need new families to love and care for them. Can you find room for one more?

The Michigan Humane Society receives no government funding, is not affiliated with any national humane organization and is not a United Way agency. They rely solely on everyday people like you and I to donate food and money to care for the animals that are hoping for a second chance. The average cost to adopt a new pet from the MHS is approximately $120.00 and they also provide low-cost health care for your new pet at their on-site Veterinarian Clinics.

If you or someone you know is willing to become a “In Home Hero”, also known as a short term foster caregiver, for a Michigan Humane Society animal, please click here.  Be apart of making a positive difference in a Metro Detroit animals life.

How WONDERFUL is PetSmart? VERY! They have MHS cats available every day for adoption at many of their locations. If you are interested in adopting a feline, check out the times and locations by clicking HERE!

If you’d like to visit, volunteer, donate supplies or money to one of the MHS Shelters, check out the list below for a Michigan Humane Society near you;

HS of Macomb ~ 11350 22 Mile Road ~ Shelby Township (586)739-9210

MHS of Oakland ~ 3600 W. Auburn Road ~ Rochester Hills (248)852-7420

MHS of Wayne ~ 7401 Chrysler Drive ~ Detroit (313)872-3400

MHS of Wayne ~ 900 N. Newburgh Road ~ Westland (734)721-7300

www.michiganhumane.org

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Courtney is the traveling mom! She has 3 girls and is the founder of Detroit Mommies and currently lives in Florida. You can follow her on Twitter @courtneyRVL.
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