Bryan's Rescue - Michigan Humane Society

Bryan's Rescue

Kitten hit by car recovers at MHS

September 30, 2016

The MHS rescue department received a call from a woman who had been attempting to feed a stray kitten, when a horrific act of cruelty occurred.

As she watched, a man in a car drove off the road to purposely hit the cat with his car, callously shouting “10 points!” after striking the kitten, and speeding away.

Concerned with the health of the cat, the woman was unable to get the license plate of the man’s car. She called us to pick up the cat, and we arrived immediately to bring him back to our facility to get medical care.

Because of the severity of his injuries, the best choice for the kitten was to have his leg amputated. We named him Bryan, and after receiving surgery, he spent some time in foster care with another of our rescue drivers.

After recovering from his surgery, Bryan found his forever home!

Animals like Bryan, in immediate need of medical care, come into MHS every day. Donations from people like you made his rescue possible.

Explore More What We Do

Check These Out...

MHS' New Facility

Our new location in Detroit offers improved and highly progressive animal housing, an expanded veterinary center, and a community dog park. Check it out!

Feline Low-Cost Spay/Neuter

$50 per male, $65 per female, price includes the procedure, hospitalization, and anesthesia.

March for Animals

Join us with or without your pet at one or more of this year's fundraising walks to support homeless animals in Michigan.

Powered by BlackBaud
nonprofit software