Animal Shelters Seek Help in Hurricane Aftermath

By |2017-09-21T09:00:00-04:00September 21st, 2017|Guides, Pets|

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Michigan rescue groups have made room for hundreds of cats and dogs displaced by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Many of the animals were up for adoption before the storms struck and are available for adoption now at the following locations.

Humane Society of West Michigan, Grand Rapids, 616-453-8900, http://www.hswestmi.org/
Humane Society of Midland County, Midland, 989-835-1877, http://www.hsomc.org/
Harbor Humane Society, West Olive, 616-399-2199, http://www.harborhumane.org/
Van Buren County Animal Control Office, Hartford, 269-621-4624, http://www.vbco.org/animal_control.asp
Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit in Dearborn 313-943-2697, http://www.metrodetroitanimals.org/
Humane Society of Macomb in Utica, 586-731-9210, http://www.humanesocietyofmacomb.org/
Four Paws 2 Rescue in Battle Creek, 269-924-1535, http://www.facebook.com/fourpaws2rescuemi/
A ReJoyceful Animal Rescue in Mt. Clemens, 586-944-7210, http://www.rejoycefulrescue.com/
Furever Tails Animal Rescue in Oakland Township, 248-834-3387, http://www.furevertails.com/
Saving Tails Animal Rescue in Northville, 248-869-6064, http://www.savingtailsanimalrescue.org/
Happy Days Dog & Cat Rescue in Livonia, 248-479-5509, http://www.happydaysdogandcatrescue.org/
New Hope Pet Rescue in Laingsburg, 989-640-4709 (text only), http://www.newhopepetrescue.org/
TLC Animal Sanctuary, Milford, [email protected], http://www.tlcanimalsanctuary.com/
Flint City Pits, [email protected], http://www.flintcitypits.com/
Detroit Dog Rescue, 313-458-8014, https://detroitdogrescue.com/

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