We’re back with a few more adoptable animals, thanks to our partnership with the Michigan Humane Society! We have six animals this time, all of whom are patiently waiting for a loving home. Check out these four videos to learn a little more about these adoptable cats and dogs!
Our first dog is Tiger, a young Plott Hound mix who loves meeting new people. He’ll play with you all day long if you let him. Tiger could benefit from a little obedience training, since he likes jumping up to greet people, but anyone who is up to the challenge will reap great rewards with this loving dog.
Teddy is our next dog, and he is a 6-year-old Plott Hound. Teddy is kind of a shy guy, but he gets along really well with both kids and adults once he comes out of his shell. Show him a little love by taking him for walks and by petting him, and he’ll warm up to you in no time!
There’s Lucky, who is perennially young at heart. He’s 12 years old, but he doesn’t know it! This low-key guy loves to play, and he’s always open to meeting new people and dogs. If you’re looking for a friend who dares to defy his age with his youthful attitude and vitality, Lucky is probably the perfect choice.
Last, but not least, we have Mark, Tom, and Travis the cats. These sweet brothers are a little shy, but all have been well socialized, having lived with other dogs and cats in the past. With a little love and affection, they’ll quickly come out of their shells to be part of your family. These guys don’t have to be adopted all together, but if there’s someone out there with a big enough heart, their transition to a new forever home would be extremely smooth.
Each of these animals is ready to find a family! Help find them new forever homes by sharing this post with friends and family, because every pet deserves to be loved. As one of the Michigan Humane Society’s charitable partners, US-Mattress will give a free pet bed to anyone who adopts these cats and dogs.
In our most recent MHS post, we featured four other animals who needed homes. Echo, a friendly little cat, was adopted, and she’s enjoying her new life with her new family.
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.