Warm Pet Project
NOTE: The Warm Pet Project has ended for the season and will resume at the start of next winter. Thank you to everyone for your participation and help in the program.
Help Animals Stay Warm this Winter
Despite having fur coats that cover their bodies, dogs and cats are susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia at some of the more extreme temperatures during the Michigan winters.
Yet there are many pets that live outside, mostly community cat populations that are feral and cannot be brought inside, but there are some dogs that are housed outside too.