Michigan Humane Society Celebrating “Pet Independence Days” With $17.76 Adult Dog & Cat Adoption Fees!

Helping pets pursue forever homes and a lifetime of happiness

with reduced adoption fees through July 10

Pet Independence Days edited

 The Michigan Humane Society (MHS) is celebrating “Pet Independence Days” now through Sunday, July 10 with low-cost adoption fees for cats and dogs (excluding lap dogs) who are 1-year-old and older. During the promotion, an adult cat or dog can be adopted for $17.76 at any MHS adoption location. The regular MHS adoption process will apply, and all adoptions will include the valuable MHS adoption package.

“Summer is all about families spending time together, and many homeless pets are waiting for their second chance to be a part of a family,” said CJ Bentley, MHS Senior Director of Operations. “We’re celebrating the Independence Day holiday by reducing adoption fees so the dogs and cats in our care can more quickly pursue their forever homes and a lifetime of happiness.”

Visit MHS at:

  • MHS Dresner Foundation Animal Care Campus (Detroit): 7887 Chrysler Dr.
  • MHS Rochester Hills Center for Animal Care: 3600 W. Auburn Rd.
  • MHS Berman Center for Animal Care (Westland): 900 N. Newburgh Rd.

In addition, MHS cats can be adopted at PetSmart in Roseville at 20530 E. 13 Mile Rd.; Premier Pet Supply in both Novi at 47810 Grand River Ave. and Rochester Hills at 63 W. Auburn Rd., while MHS cats and dogs can be adopted at Petco in Sterling Heights at 13701 Lakeside Cir.

Adoption hours vary by location. For the complete list of MHS locations and hours, visit www.michiganhumane.org.

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The Michigan Humane Society is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization in the state. MHS works to end companion animal homelessness, provide the highest quality service and compassion to the animals entrusted to our care, and to be a leader in promoting humane values.

THOUSANDS TO MARCH IN SUPPORT OF HOMELESS ANIMALS AT MICHIGAN HUMANE SOCIETY’S 2012 MEGA MARCH FOR ANIMALS

START OF WALK-by Ed Serecky

The wait is finally over! The seventh annual Mega March for Animals, the largest walk for animals in Michigan, will hit the streets of downtown Detroit and the beautiful trails of Kensington Metropark this Sunday, Oct. 7. Thousands of pet lovers, many accompanied by their four-legged friends, will march to end pet homelessness and to create a better future for pets here in our community. Last year’s event drew more than 7,000 people.

The seventh annual Mega March for Animals

 

WHERE:        Hart Plaza

                              1 Hart Plaza, Detroit

 

                              Kensington Metropark

                              2240 West Buno Road, Milford

WHEN:          Sunday, Oct. 7

                        Registration opens at 9 a.m., walk begins at 10 a.m.

 

Twice the Drool and Twice as Cool – Mega March for Animals

Mega Marchers raise funds in support of MHS’ programs and services that touch the lives of 100,000 animals every year. These include animal sheltering and adoption, veterinary care, cruelty investigation and rescue, services for struggling pet owners and much more.

 

 

For more information, please visit  www.michiganhumane.org/MEGA.