MHS Adoption Center Animal Enrichment Program

Animal Enrichment Projects
Help the animals cared for by the Michigan Humane Society alleviate stress by making one or all of these easy craft projects. Completed projects can be dropped off at any one of Michigan Humane Society's three Centers for Animal Care.

Easter Eggs Sought
Easter Eggs Sought
MHS Seeks Donations of Plastic Easter Eggs to Help Keep Cats Entertained

How to Make Catnip Mice Instruction Sheet
How to Make Catnip Mice Instruction Sheet
With Less Than Half an Hour of Your Time and a Few Simple Materials, You Can Help a Cat in Need!

Help Build Kitty Forts for Cats in Our Care
Help Build Kitty Forts for Cats in Our Care
Kitty Forts Provide a Place Where Adoptable Cats Can Retreat to While Housed in Their Crates

Help Make Cage Covers for Animals in Our Care
Help Make Cage Covers for Animals in Our Care
Using Fabric Cage Covers Helps Alleviate Stress and Minimize Illness For The Some of the Dogs and Kitties In Our Care

Make a Fleece Blanket for Homeless Cats and Kittens
Make a Fleece Blanket for Homeless Cats and Kittens
Fleece Blanket No-Sew Craft Project Great Way for Anyone to Help Homeless Cats and Kittens



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