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|Kitten season is a timely reminder to spay or neuter your pets!
This is the peak of "kitten season" when most shelters are overwhelmed by the number of cats and kittens coming in. When so many come in at one time, adult cats often have to wait even longer for a home since kittens tend to get adopted more quickly. The most effective and humane way to reduce the number of homeless cats is to spay and neuter your own cat and encourage others to do the same!
If you have a pet that needs to be spayed or neutered, please talk to your veterinarian. If the expense is an inhibitor to having the surgery done, check out the low cost clinics offered by All About Animals Rescue: $40 per cat and $80 per dog. We partner with them to offer mobile and local transfer clinics at our shelter a few times per month. Call their clinic to make an appointment 586-879-1745. Learn more>>
Make a difference in the lives of homeless pets who need you most...
We have some very special pets who have been waiting longer than most to find their forever home! We know many of you are inspired to adopt the animals who need you most, so we've made it easier to search our pet list. Your new best friend is waiting here for you! Search our "Featured Pets">>
|Frankie is a pretty, female brown and white tiger who is a little shy, but SO SWEET and LOVES to cuddle! She is very playful and good with other cats. UPDATE: Frankie was ADOPTED!
||Sheba is a 4 year old female Rottweiler mix looking for a forever family! She listens well, knows a number of commands, and LOVES to play fetch with tennis balls! Learn more>>
Paws to consider adopting a Senior Pet!
We give cats and dogs 8 years or older "Senior Status" and offer reduced adoption fees as an extra incentive to help them find loving homes. In fact, SENIOR CATS are ALWAYS FREE to Senior People (age 62 and up). Refer to our Adoption Policies and Price List for details. Take time to learn more about all our senior adoptable pets>>
Miko is a big, handsome, laid back boy born in 2005 who would be so happy to find a place to call home again! He was originally given up when his owner passed away. He was happily adopted, but then returned after almost a year because his owner was no longer able to afford a pet.
Miko is VERY affectionate, likes to be brushed, and gets along fine with other cats here at the shelter. Some people say he is exceptionally good looking with “majestic” features and a gentle, easy going spirit that would bring a sense of peace to most any home.
Miko is hoping to find someone special who will appreciate his gift and need for friendship and take him home!
Are your pets protected from heartworm, fleas and ticks?
Mosquito and tick season is especially bad in our area this year! The higher number of mosquitoes means a higher risk of heartworm disease for your dogs as well as cats. Plus, fleas and ticks can not only be painful, but also deadly. We offer products to help protect your pets from heartworm, fleas and ticks! Learn more>>
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