Adoptions

Adoptions

We have many cats, dogs, puppies and kittens waiting for a new home. The animals we have posted are only a few of them, and may already be adopted before you have a chance to meet them. Come visit them all!

We are open Monday through Saturday, 10:00am – 3:00pm for adoptions. Please call 586-731-9210.

We always perform these tests and provide these vaccinations to our animals:

Provided to Dogs

  • Distemper Hepatitis Parainfluenza Parvovirus (DHPP) vaccine
  • Rabies vaccine
  • Heartworm check
  • Stool check
  • Leptospirosis vaccine
  • Microchipped

Provided to Cats

  • Feline Leukemia (Fel/FIV) test
  • Rhinotracheitis-Calici-Panleukopenia (RCP) vaccine
  • Stool check
  • Rabies check
  • Microchipped

We are all very excited that a special volunteer has fallen in love with Heidi and decided to foster! Heidi has been known as our longest term recurring resident. She was adopted from our shelter as a kitten and was later declawed by the family. Her being declawed led to her having chronic pain later in life. The pain in her toes lead to her not wanting to use a litterbox properly. She was returned (again and again) to us because of this issue.

Heidi's most recent stay was 117 days. She remained very affectionate and loving the entire time. After a couple weeks she found herself a resident of the manager's office and became a staff and volunteer favorite! Her favorite things to do included laying on the comfy chair, wandering the lobby, receiving lots of love from anyone who met with her, and being brushed.

During her stay at the shelter she was diagnosed with inappropriate urination, arthritis/paw pain (possibly from declaw surgery), later discovered kidney failure/protein loss in the urine, pancreatitis, and a new heart murmur. With all of her health concerns, we knew adoption would be a very hard mission but continued to try in hopes that the right person would be out there somewhere. After months of searching we decided to reach out to rescues but had no luck. Recently, a volunteer offered to become a permanent foster! This is not a practice the shelter has participated in before. Given Heidi's good nature and personality, we decided to give it a try.

Heidi will most likely spend the remainder of her life with her new foster. During this time she will need to stay on a prescription diet and continue on several different medications. She will need her kidney values and urine monitored every few months for progression and her need for additional medications and treatments. As long as Heidi's qualitiy of life remains good, we will continue to fight along side of her.

Heidi's care and treatments can become quite expensive at times (depending of different factors). If you would like to donate towards her care, please call us for the different donation options. We will keep everyone updated on her progress.
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We are all very excited that a special volunteer has fallen in love with Heidi and decided to foster! Heidi has been known as our longest term recurring resident. She was adopted from our shelter as a kitten and was later declawed by the family. Her being declawed led to her having chronic pain later in life. The pain in her toes lead to her not wanting to use a litterbox properly. She was returned (again and again) to us because of this issue.

Heidis most recent stay was 117 days. She remained very affectionate and loving the entire time. After a couple weeks she found herself a resident of the managers office and became a staff and volunteer favorite! Her favorite things to do included laying on the comfy chair, wandering the lobby, receiving lots of love from anyone who met with her, and being brushed.

During her stay at the shelter she was diagnosed with inappropriate urination, arthritis/paw pain (possibly from declaw surgery), later discovered kidney failure/protein loss in the urine, pancreatitis, and a new heart murmur. With all of her health concerns, we knew adoption would be a very hard mission but continued to try in hopes that the right person would be out there somewhere. After months of searching we decided to reach out to rescues but had no luck. Recently, a volunteer offered to become a permanent foster! This is not a practice the shelter has participated in before. Given Heidis good nature and personality, we decided to give it a try.

Heidi will most likely spend the remainder of her life with her new foster. During this time she will need to stay on a prescription diet and continue on several different medications. She will need her kidney values and urine monitored every few months for progression and her need for additional medications and treatments. As long as Heidis qualitiy of life remains good, we will continue to fight along side of her.

Heidis care and treatments can become quite expensive at times (depending of different factors). If you would like to donate towards her care, please call us for the different donation options. We will keep everyone updated on her progress.

 

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What a wonderful loving person

TY to the foster for all her hard work & caring for Heidi.

God bless Heidi and her new “Mom”.

Bless you!! ❤❤❤

Awesome! 😍😍

Beautiful

Someone recently told me abt their cat who had box issues. Her vet recommended two boxes: one with clay litter & the other scoopable litter. Congrats Heidi!

OMG! OMG! OMG! Thank you, thank you for giving Heidi a chance to spent whatever time she may have in a home. I will miss her badly. But it’s worth it ❤️❤️❤️😻

BLess your heart foster Mom.

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