Help Pets Suffering Outside Right Now
While Others Are Stuck at Home, MHS’ Cruelty Investigation and Rescue Teams Are Out On the Road Right Now, Helping to Protect the Uncared for Animal Victims Who Suffer the Worst Effects of Severe Weather
With ice and snow caking the roads, it’s a perfect time to curl up on the couch with a nice book and a cup of hot cocoa or tea.
While others are stuck at home, MHS’ Cruelty Investigation and Rescue teams are out on the road right now, helping to protect the uncared for animal victims who suffer the worst effects of severe weather.
Hope arrives in the form of food, unfrozen water, warm bedding, and the promise of a better life through donations from caring people like you and providing the promise of a better life. In fact, for some of these pets, the sight of an MHS Cruelty Investigator may be the first kind face they’ve ever seen.
MHS is out on the road every day no matter the weather, helping protect the voiceless – those who cannot cry out for help no matter how desperate the need. They need us; and we need you.
With your generous gift, you can help be the difference in the lives of the abused, neglected, malnourished and nearly frozen dogs and cats who are suffering needlessly today, right now!
We can’t do it without you as MHS receives no government funding, is not a United Way agency and is not affiliated with any national humane organizations. And though the care needs of each animal are different, on average, it costs MHS $156 to transform the life of an animal in need.
So please, stay home, warm and safe today. Can you help MHS ensure the same for the countless animals who are in great need?
Be the difference. Be an animal’s hero. Make your gift today.
For the animals,
Chief Cruelty Investigator
Michigan Humane Society