Adopt A Pet (Fenton) > Michigan No Kill Animal Shelters
Adopt-a-pet held a fun-filled event in Fenton Township Saturday - with proceeds going to help animals in need in Mid-Michigan.
Douglas J. Callahan is an attorney serving individual, business and commercial clients. His practice offers expertise in the areas trust, corporate, criminal and business law and child custody. Callahan is a graduate of the Michigan State University College of Law and is fluent in Spanish and French. He has performed pro bono services for Adopt-A-Pet, Fenton's Artist Guild and the Fenton Bicentennial Commission and other non-profits.
Millie was first received as a stray at Genesee County Animal Control Shelter in Flint. She was taken to Adopt-A-Pet in Fenton on Wednesday in an extremely malnourished state.
Adopt-A-Pet, Inc., 13575 N. Fenton Road, Fenton, MI 48430.
Adopt-A-Pet Inc at 13575 Fenton Rd, Fenton, MI 48430.
Adopt-A-Pet Inc. is a growing, non-profit, animal rescue located in Fenton, MI. Our mission is to assist the community by providing a means to place unwanted pets in good family environments and to make the public aware of animal issues such as care, welfare, and hazards of overpopulation. For over 35 years, we have worked diligently to save the lives of hundreds of homeless, sick and abused animals. We never euthanize for space. We are committed to reducing the millions of animals being euthanized in shelters each year due to over crowding so we provide a subsidized spay/neuter program and a TNR program.Millie was first received as a stray at Genesee County Animal Control Shelter in Flint. She was taken to Adopt-A-Pet in Fenton on Wednesday in an extremely malnourished state.Picnic- July 15th at the Adopt-A-Pet Center in Fenton. Admission is $10 per person. Picnic starts at 3 and goes until 10pm. Live Music by AllDay MonDay, giant bounce slide, fire truck, clown with face painting, Henna tatoos, a silent auction and food and drinks are included for a minimum donation of $10! All proceeds benefit the animals at Adopt-A-Pet.Adopt-A-Pet volunteer Lisa Walker holds Millie, a 4½-month-old, severely abused puppy that was dropped off recently at Genesee County Animal Control. Millie, whose body weight is only half of what it should be, is being nursed back to health by the staff at Adopt-A-Pet in Fenton.Adopt-A-Pet volunteer Lisa Walker holds Millie, a 4½-month-old, severely abused puppy that was dropped off recently at Genesee County Animal Control. Millie, whose body weight is only half of what it should be, is being nursed back to health by the staff at Adopt-A-Pet in Fenton.LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A bid to make Michigan the first state with an animal abuser registry has been dropped by lawmakers over concerns about cost and other issues.
Instead, the state could soon require that criminal background checks be done on every would-be pet adopter at Michigan animal shelters. The $10 fee for each check could be waived for shelters.
Judges would have to order defendants convicted of crimes against animals not to own animals for at least five years.