Veterans can adopt a pet for free
The Michigan Humane Society’s special program to unite veterans with pets
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Host Jason Carr chatted with Anna Chrisman from the Michigan Humane Society about a special offer for active-duty military and veterans. She also introduced them to the Pet of the Week, a 2-year-old rabbit named Lord Elrond, who is in need of a loving home.
The MHS for Military is a program through the Michigan Humane Society that allows active duty and veterans of the US Armed Forces are able to adopt a pet and the adoption fees are waived. You must present proof of service. This is a year-round program.
To learn more, watch the video above.
The Mike Morse Law firm will pay the standard adoption fees for whoever adopts our Pet of the Week. The Mike Morse Law Firm also wants to help you if you need legal assistance. Visit their website, 855mikewins.com.
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