This pet is available for adoption at the Michigan Humane Society

Looking for a new pet? The Michigan Humane Society Detroit Center for Animal Care has dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits, birds and other animals available for adoption. View the animals available for adoption below. Somebody Here Needs You.

Michiganders, want to adopt a pet? April 29 seems like a pretty good day to do it.

Looking for a new pet? The Michigan Humane Society Berman Center for Animal Care in Westland has dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits, birds and other animals available for adoption. View the animals available for adoption below. Somebody Here Needs You.

25 places to adopt a pet in Michigan - ClickOnDetroit

The second Empty the Shelters event on Oct. 22 smashed the one-day adoption record in Michigan by adopting over 1,900 pets on Saturday. Thank you for your interest in adopting a pet from the Michigan Humane Society! Please review the adoption process below. Somebody Here Needs You.

Free pet adoption day in Michigan is April 29 - ClickOnDetroit

Fourth Saturday of Every Month
If you're looking to adopt a dog, puppy, cat, or kitten come to this Michigan Humane Society Adoption Event at PetSmart in Roseville.

Michigan Humane Society: Animal Shelters - Adopt A Pet


Thanks to the BISSELL Pet Foundation, more than 20 shelters and rescue organizations in Michigan will offer free pet adoption on May 7, as a part of "Empty the Shelters Day."Looking for a pet? The Michigan Humane Society has hundreds of dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits, birds and other small animals available for adoption. Somebody Here Needs You.Millions of pets are abandoned or released to shelters and rescue organizations each year. In Michigan alone, approximately 40,000 pets are euthanized yearly because they are unable to find new homes. BISSELL Pet Foundation is dedicated to reducing these numbers through pet adoption, spay/neuter programs, microchipping and foster care. EMPTY THE SHELTERS will have a direct impact increasing adoption rates in Michigan.The organization hopes to find forever homes for more than 2,000 pets around the state by paying adoption fees at 65 shelters and rescue organizations in Michigan.The foundation is sponsoring adoptions at 57 shelters around the state on Oct. 22 — including 19 shelters in West Michigan — in an effort to encourage potential pet owners to adopt, according to a BISSELL release. Adoption fees normally range from $60 (for cats) to $150 (for dogs).The foundation is sponsoring adoptions at 24 shelters around the state for one day – including 17 shelters in West Michigan — in an effort to encourage potential pet owners to adopt, according to a BISSELL release. Adoption fees normally range from $60 (for cats) to $150 (for dogs).