Support Animals in Need
Adopting a Pet
If you are looking to adopt a new furever friend, we encourage you to check out the animals available here at the Humane Society of Macomb. If you are interested in adopting our process has gone online. We ask that you fill out a pre-adoption questionnaire and we will be in touch to schedule a follow up appointment. To learn more or to view adoptable animals, be sure to visit our Adoptions page.
Did you know that we are an independent shelter? We operate solely on the generosity of the community. We aren’t associated with the county or any other humane society. There are so many ways you can support our shelter with your time, talent and treasure. Thank you for your support and interest,
What We Do
Finding Pets a Home
Our priority is those who cannot speak for themselves. We are proud to be a community resource helping adoptable animals find their furever homes.
Humane education promotes empathy, problem solving skills and more. We believe that education is important for our community.
Spay and Neuter
We all need to do our part to control the pet population. We love animals and want you and your neighbors to get your pets spayed or neutered.
It is always hard when situations change and a pet must leave their family. We work with families to keep their pets with them, but when it is not an option, we work hard to find new homes for those animals.
To help those who cannot speak for themselves. To provide humane care for unwanted, abused and injured animals. To prevent cruelty to animals. To place adoptable pets into good, permanent homes with responsible owners. To make every effort to return stray animals turned into the shelter to their original owners. To promote spay and neutering, to prevent overpopulation through education.
Our summer camp program focuses on humane education lessons allowing animal-loving children to meet and interact with a variety of animals and learn about them. Activities are currently being planned for this year and will include, animal communication, wildlife conservation, and more.
Registration is now open!
Meet Vegas! He is 4 years old and equal parts couch potato and walking buddy! This squeaky toy enthusiast has been at our shelter for over 220 days.
Zay has been in our shelter for 65 days and counting and is ready to find his FURever home. He is a year old and cannot wait to meet you!
Adopting a Pet
What do you need to adopt?
One of the questions we receive most often is what do I need to adopt? It’s a fairly simple process once you find the animal you want to add to your family. We do work hard to pair animals with the right home for each situation and will request that you complete a pre-adoption questionnaire. You must be 18 years of age or older to adopt and have a government issued photo ID with proof of address, a copy of your lease (if you rent), and vaccination records for any current pets in the home.
"Cat's Meow" Sponsors
"Furry Friend" Sponsors
"Faithful Companion" Sponsors
"Furlanthropist " Sponsors
The Humane Society of Macomb is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Humane Society of Macomb is independent and not associated with the Michigan Humane Society or any other Animal Welfare Organization.
Contributions to HSOM are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Our tax identification number is 38-6120195