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Pets That Need a Home in Metro Detroit

Published November 2, 2018 by

Adopt one of these adorable pets from the Michigan Humane Society and gain a new companion while giving them a place to call home.

Aphrodite 

Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

Pit Bull, Shepherd 
1 Year 3 Months
Located at Berman Center for Animal Care in Westland 

Aphrodite is a hyperactive gal in need of a home with older or no children and no cats. 

 Louis 

Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

Terrier 
4 Years
Located at Rochester Hills Center for Animal Care 

Louis is recovering from heartworm disease. Other dogs intimidate him, so he prefers to be your main squeeze. 

 Neoma 

Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

Boxer 
1 Year 6 Months
Located at Petco Sterling Heights 

Rescue agents found Neoma injured and homeless in Detroit. Two months later she is full of life and love. 

Janet Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

Domestic Short Hair 
6 Months
Located at Berman Center for Animal Care in Westland 

Janet is a hard-working, outdoor cat on the hunt for a barn, business, or warehouse to call home. 

 Dobby 

Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

Domestic Short Hair 
1 Year 6 Months
Located at Berman Center for Animal Care in Westland 

Dobby is on the prowl for a full-time job in pest control. Hire him today! 

 Persian Prince 

Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

Domestic Medium Hair 
1 Year
Located at Petco Sterling Heights 

Persian Prince needs a castle to reign now that he has conquered a pesky ailment.  

Gadget & Plutina

Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

GadgetEnglish Spot, 2 Years 6 Months 

Plutina: American2 Years 2 Months

Both located at Rochester Hills Center for Animal Care 

Gadget and Plutina are lifelong friends that have hoped for a home together since July. 

Sir William Wellington Of Swineshire 

Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

Vietnamese Potbelly 
1 Year 2 Months
Located at Rochester Hills Center for Animal Care 

Meet Sir William Wellington of Swineshire. He’s looking for a new sty to call home after roaming the streets of Detroit. 

Basking & Squirt 

Adopt from Michigan Humane Society

Basking: Red-Eared Slider7 Years 1 Months

Squirt: Red-Eared Slider, 7 Years 1 Months

Both located at Rochester Hills Center for Animal Care 

Basking and Squirt are red-eared slider turtles that wish to remain roomies for decades to come. 

Bring home one of these pets today! The Michigan Humane Society’s adoption process is online at MichiganHumane.org/mhs-adoption-process. Questions? Call 866-MHUMANE.

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