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Animals & Society Institute

Helps improve and expand knowledge about human-animal relationships in order to create safer and more compassionate communities for all. Translates research on human-animal interaction into practice, providing essential knowledge and tools, and promoting evidence-based approaches. animalsandsociety.org V  (734) 677-9240  2512 Carpenter, #202-A [map]


Ann Arbor Cat Clinic

Feline veterinary hospital with an adoption program that places stray cats into permanent homes. Does not accept cats surrendered by their owners. annarborcatclinic.com  (734) 973-9090  3690 Packard [map]


Crafty Cat Rescue

No-kill rescue service for cats and small animals. Foster-based rescue. Cats and small companion animals for adoption via adopt-a-pet or pet finder. info@craftycatrescue, facebook.com/craftycatrescue, craftycatrescue.org V  (734) 680-2418  


Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary

Provides safe haven to abandoned, abused, and neglected domestic rabbits and other animals with the goal of finding them new homes; those not eligible for adoption remain in sanctuary. Eight volunteer work days throughout the year. adoptions@rabbitsanctuary.org, rabbitsanctuary.org V  (734) 985-9220  


Humane Society of Huron Valley

Pet adoptions, 7 days/week: (734) 662-5585. Lost/found pets: (734) 661-3545. Affordable veterinary clinic open to public: (734) 662-4365. Monthly discount vaccine clinics: hshv.org/vaccineclinics. Humane Education program includes camps, field trips, parties, tours. Wildlife Rescue & Humane Wildlife Removal Service: (734) 661-3512. Relationship-based dog training. Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) helps control outdoor cat population. Programs to help pet owners in crisis. Many volunteer opportunities. See website for hours/events. info@hshv.org, hshv.org V  (734) 662-5585  3100 Cherry Hill [map]


Kat Snips

Neutering service. Apply online then take your cat(s) to one of nine contracted vet hospitals. $20/cat. katsnips.org    


Last Day Dog Rescue

Regional organization holds monthly dog, (and cat), adoption events at the Petco in Arborland Shopping Center, first Saturdays. ourlastdaydogs@gmail.com, lastdaydogrescue.org V  (248) 921-2850  


Leuk's Landing

Provides a permanent home for cats and kittens diagnosed with Feline Leukemia. Space for 40 cats and kittens. Facility is a retrofitted building with windows, high perches, catwalks and a kitchenette. Provides outdoor access to a natural fenced area. Accepts cats as space becomes available. leukslanding@gmail.com, leukslanding.org V  (734) 665-7431  5508 Tanglewood [map]


Michigan Orphan Kitten Rescue (MOKR)

Foster care group specializing in orphaned kittens age newborn to four weeks. michiganorphankittenrescue@gmail.com, mikittens.org, facebook.com/mikittens V    PO Box 779, Saline, 48176


SASHA Farm (Sanctuary and Safe Haven for Animals)

The largest farm animal sanctuary in the Midwest. See website for volunteer opportunities and upcoming events. info@sashafarm.org, sashafarm.org V  (734) 428-9617  17901 Mahrle Rd., Manchester [map]


Tiny Lions Lounge & Adoption Center

Cat café drop-in lounge; spend time with cats from the Humane Society of Huron Valley who are looking for homes. Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m-5 p.m. $4/half hour, $7/hour, or $15/full day. Free coffee and wi-fi. Special activities include Yoga with Cats ($10 per class), family movies ($10), wine & trivia nights ($15), coloring nights ($10), knitting circle, birthday parties, and workplace and special event rentals. tinylions.org V  (734) 661-3530  5245 Jackson [map]




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