At the Humane Society of Macomb, we believe that our community is the key to controlling the pet population and helping those who cannot speak for themselves.
Trap Neuter Release (TNR)
Through our foundation we offer a limited number of certificates each year to those who help with local community cat populations for TNR. Please contact the shelter for more information.
Sometimes we are given feral or outside cats that must be moved but are unable to be placed into a home. Working cats are feral or semi-feral cats that are adopted at no-charge for those who have barns, outbuildings, sheds, garages and other similar buildings that would like a cat to help with pest control or to keep other farm animals company.
We ask that you provide daily food and water for your new barn cat, a coszy spot for them to nap and a few days of acclimation to their new home.
The Role of Animal Control
Frequently Asked Questions
When would I call animal control?
If I have a nuisance wildlife issue, what do I do?
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has a fantastic directory to help guide you on who to call should you need to prevent or resolve a conflict with a certain animal:
How can I reach animal control in Macomb County?
Macomb County Animal Control is a great organization and you can find more information about them on their website at: