MHS Cruelty Investigation The Michigan Humane Society investigates more than 5,000 animal cruelty complaints each year in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park.
If you know an animal is suffering due to negligence or violence, youcan help the Michigan Humane Society end animal suffering!
Learn to Recognize Animal Cruelty Be our eyes and ears - report suspected animal cruelty right away to the appropriate enforcement agents who have the authority to investigate these crimes in your area. Animal cruelty can take many forms. To name just a few that we see far too often:
A skinny dog chained to a fence in the freezing cold with no shelter in sight
Cats, dogs and other companion animals abandoned in a home and forgotten
Stray animals captured and used by dogfighters as bait for their dogs' training
Vicious pranksters harming whatever animal happens to cross their path
Report Animal Cruelty - Who to call: The Michigan Humane Society investigates cruelty complaints in our service area of Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park. To report suspected animal cruelty in these cities, call our Cruelty Hotline at (313) 872-3401, Monday through Saturday, from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. or leave a detailed message any time. Be sure to leave all the information requested on the voice mail message, including the complaint street address and major cross streets. You can remain anonymous but please include your phone number if possible in case additional information is needed.
The Michigan Humane Society is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to The Michigan Humane Society are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. MHS's tax identification number is 38-1358206. Somebody Here Needs You.