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Here’s how you can help pets during the health crisis

The Michigan Humane Society needs your support to continue caring for pets in our community


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Host Tati Amare chatted with Matt Pepper, the President and CEO of the Michigan Humane Society, about their community efforts during the pandemic.

The Michigan Humane Society continues to play a critical role as an “essential service” to help pets and pet owners in the community. MHS has emergency and urgent care veterinary services available at their Detroit and Westland locations. They also have field service programs still working to find and assist homeless and neglected pets.

You can support the Michigan Humane Society by donating to keep the services going. Remember, the best way to keep your pets safe is to follow the “stay home and stay safe" order in effect.

If you are struggling and you have a pet, don’t hesitate to call the Michigan Humane Society. The MHS Pet food pantry is continuing to help owners feed their pets at this time.

Michigan Humane Society’s goal is to keep your furry family member happy and healthy.

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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