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We have many cats, dogs, puppies and kittens waiting for a new home, but here are some of the pets that found a Furever home after leaving us!
We miss them all.
When it comes to dogs, there are many different kinds. Dogs can have short or long hair, can be lap dogs or guard dogs, and they can be purebred or mixed breed (also known as mutts). According to vocabulary.com, a mutt is “any dog that's a combination of different...read more
While the process to adopt a pet is similar at most shelters and rescues, every place has their own regulations. We’re here to walk you through the process of adopting at the Humane Society of Macomb. This post is about how you can adopt a cat with us. Step 1: Meet...read more
While the process to adopt a pet is similar at most shelters and rescues, every place has their own regulations. We’re here to walk you through the process of adopting at the Humane Society of Macomb. This post is highlights the steps of how you can adopt a dog with...read more
Losing a pet is a devastating yet inevitable part of life as a pet owner. But just because your pet has passed on doesn’t mean that they aren’t still a part of your life. There are several ways to keep the legacy of your “fur”ever friend. Here are some suggestions to...read more
From squirrels to raccoons, employees at the Humane Society of Macomb Animal Shelter never know what may be brought through the doors. In August, a good Samaritan found an animal outside, but wasn’t quite sure what it was. She managed to catch the animal in a box, and...read more
For many animals at the Humane Society of Macomb Animal Shelter, they are not only in need of a new home, but relief from medical conditions they arrive with. Sophie, a 4-year-old Domestic Longhair, was surrendered to the shelter, as her previous owner had too many...read more
One of the biggest priorities at the Humane Society of Macomb Animal Shelter is ensuring that every pet that walks through its doors receives proper care, from housing and food to medical care under the direction of an on-site doctor. A young Pitbull mix entered the...read more
Time and time again, it’s been shown that a little bit of hope can make a world of difference. An American Bulldog mix was brought in as a stray to the Humane Society of Macomb Animal Shelter on May 10, 2016. She was very thin, and obviously very ill. She was rushed...read more
A good Samaritan found a small dog wandering the streets on May 16, in terrible shape. The good Samaritan brought the dog, later named Lucky, to the Humane Society of Macomb. The male Papillion, estimated at 5 years old, had severely raw and bleeding skin, as well as...read more
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