We’re back with another Michigan Humane Society feature! Today we have four more animals who are all ready for adoption. Check out these videos and help us spread the word to help them find their forever homes!
First up is Echo, a 1-year-old domestic shorthair cat who loves to be petted. She does best in a quieter family where she’s the only cat, but in an environment like that, she’ll flourish. Echo is low-key, so she’s up for petting, playing, or napping whenever you are.
Godiva is a young domestic shorthair cat who’s a little bit of a mystery. She loves to play and be active, but she doesn’t have any history with children or other pets — so she might get along really well with them, but she also might not. However, her love for playing and being petted could easily help her overcome any shyness with others.
There’s Tulip, a 4-year-old Pit Bull mix who loves to play. She’s an active and friendly, and she gets along with both people and other dogs, which is great if you have a family that includes animals. When she’s not running around, she loves to snuggle, so she’ll make herself a part of your family in no time.
Last, but not least, we have Rosie, a pretty hound/lab mix with lots of energy. Rosie loves to run around and play with other dogs, so she’s quite socialized and friendly. She could use a little training because she has so much energy, but if you live an active lifestyle, she could be the perfect dog for you.
Each of these adoptable animals has the potential to be a wonderful addition to your family, and thanks to the Michigan Humane Society’s efforts to save them, they have this chance. As a charitable partner of the MHS, US-Mattress is giving a free pet bed to the families who adopt these cats and dogs.
If you remember our last MHS feature, then you’ll be happy to know that Ed the cat, Athena the Pit Bull, and Bear the Shepherd/Lab mix were all adopted last time! These sweet animals are all enjoying their new homes with their forever families.
If you can’t adopt right now, but you still want to help in some way, you can donate to the Michigan Humane Society on the US-Mattress website. We’ll match whatever you donate so that your contribution goes twice as far in the rescue of Detroit’s homeless animals.