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Tell Us... Is This A Sad or Happy Tail?
Underneath this pile of fur, is a sweet, young Yorkshire Terrier who had just about given up on finding someone to rescue him from a life of misery and neglect. Little Andy was found on the roadside in winter -- cold, hungry, timid, and very frightened. His fur was severely matted, filthy, and overgrown. He had infections in both ears and nails that had probably never been trimmed making it difficult and painful for him to stand or walk.
Thankfully, Andy was found in time and brought to our shelter by someone who knew we would do our best to save him! This little guy now knows the love and care he deserves! Read More>>
Rev Up Those Engines and Register Your Classic Car Now!
Our 3rd Annual Cruisin' for Critters Event is July 10th!
Mark your calendar and plan to join us Friday, July 10th from 5 - 8 pm for our 3rd annual Cruisin' for Critters fundraiser event. Check out some really cool, classic cars and enjoy food, music, bidding on silent auction items, and more fun with our staff, volunteers, and friends!
This is a family friendly event that will be held on the grounds of the Genoa Township Hall less than a 1/2 mile south of our shelter on Dorr Road (rain or shine). Admission is FREE to the public. There is a $15 registration fee for each car displayed at the event -- with judging and trophies awarded!
If you would like to register your classic or special car for the event or talk to us about sponsorship opportunities... Learn more>>
It's That Time Again... Help Us Prepare for Kitten Season!
"Kitten season" starts in spring, peaks in early summer, and ends in fall. This time of year, our shelter can quickly become overwhelmed with many unwanted and orphaned kittens who will not only need good homes, but require extra medical care and nurturing before they can be adopted. Please help where you can... DONATE, FOSTER, EDUCATE, ADOPT!
Every kitten under 8 weeks of age requires special care, socialization, and a series of vaccines to keep them healthy and prepare them for adoption. All kittens in our care will also be spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, and receive recommended preventative treatments through age 16 weeks or until they are adopted. Proper medical care is critical and can also be expensive, so extra donations and supplies are especially appreciated this time of year! Check our Wish List or contact us to find out what we need most!
Orphaned kittens under 8 weeks of age and nursing moms with babies need careful monitoring and a safe place to grow and develop into healthy, adoptable pets. We do our best, but resources are limited and a shelter is not the ideal place for this type of care, so we rely on volunteer foster homes to help! If you are interested in fostering kittens or other animals for us, please call our shelter or contact us by email email@example.com for more information
If you come across outdoor kittens, you may feel the need to immediately pick them up and bring them home or bring them to a shelter, but that might not be the best thing for the kittens, for you, or a shelter that is unable to care for them. Here are some important guidelines from Alley Cat Allies to help you decide what to do (and NOT to do) when you find kittens>>
Heartworm Season is Just Around the Corner... We Make It Easy to Keep Your Pets Safe and Healthy!
Warmer weather is just around the corner and that means heartworm, flea and tick season is coming! Bring your pet to
one of our scheduled clinics for high quality, cost effective, PREVENTATIVE care to help keep your dogs and cats safe and healthy! We offer routine vaccinations, a low cost microchip program, and products to protect your pets from heartworm, fleas and ticks!
Learn more about our clinic services, prices, and schedule>>
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