Humane Society of Huron Valley: Pets of the Week

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Pets of the Week

We'd like to thank all of our media partners for helping homeless pets find great homes! You can listen to the pet of the week segments on Thursdays at 8:05am on WTKA and 8:30am on Ann Arbor's 107one, and read the stories on AnnArbor.com and Arborlist.

 

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The 107.1 fm Pet-of-the-Week is Pria


Pria the catMeet Pria! Pria isn't a cat who can be bothered with foolish things like play. She's all about relaxing and taking it easy. Pria would like to curl up on a soft, warm bed and get some pets until she falls asleep. This four-year-old gal would like to live in a quiet, calm household with older children because overhandling harshes her vibe. Please come in to meet this lovely girl today!

All the animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations and have a microchip I.D. which is included in their affordable adoption fee.

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The WTKA Top-Dog-of-the-Week is Jingle


Jingle the dogAre you looking for a fun and active young dog? Then Jingle might be the boy for you! This dashing Pit Bull can't wait to find his forever home! He thinks he is still a puppy and absolutely loves to goof off. Jingle would benefit from training with his family so he can learn to be the best doggy he can be! Jingle would love to spend the day playing, going for walks, and just hanging out with his family! If you're looking for a dog to learn and grow with, Jingle would be a great dog for you!

All the animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations and have a microchip I.D. which is included in their affordable adoption fee.

 

W4Country  The  W4 Country Pet-of-the-Week is Splinter

 

Splinter the ratMeet the awesome Splinter. Splinter is sweet but he is also a bit under socialized and would like to go home with a family who has had rats before or is comfortable working with rats. He will need extra help to be tamed and would love to spend the rest of his life living in a happy and quiet household with a loving family. Splinter loves to come to the front of his cage and sneak snacks out of your hand. He also enjoys hiding in his cardboard shoebox, but will peek his head out to see what is happening from time to time. If you think that Splinter sounds like the perfect animal for you, please come visit him today!

All the animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations and have a microchip I.D. which is included in their affordable adoption fee.
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The  Lucy Ann Lance Show Pet-of-the-Week is Moog


Moog the catHealthy? Check. Good-looking? Check. Confident? Check. What more could you ask for in a cat? Moog can provide all of that, and more. Moog has been move-in-ready since February 2014! If you think you need a cat in your life but you haven't had one before, then this kitty is the one for you. Experts are welcome, but Moog will be forgiving for the new cat owner. All cats deserve a slow, appropriate introduction to their new home, and if you can provide that for Moog, eventually you'll wonder how you ever lived without him! Moog tested positive for the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, or FIV (read more below), so he is living in one of our foster homes. If you are interested in meeting this sweet boy, please contact us at adoptions@hshv.org or 734-662-5585, ext. 111. With good nutrition and routine wellness care, a healthy cat that is FIV positive can live a long, happy life. FIV is a slow-acting virus that affects the immune system over time. About 3% of all cats are FIV positive. The virus is contagious to other cats but is NOT contagious to people or other animal species. Sometimes called the fighting disease, FIV is mainly spread through serious bites that are not common among spayed/neutered cats living in a stable home. A cat with FIV would have contracted the disease before coming to HSHV, likely after being lost or abandoned outside or from their mother during birth. Many cats live into their teens before there is any indication of an immune system compromise. We believe FIV positive cats can make loving companions and deserve a chance at a happy life.

All the animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations and have a microchip I.D. which is included in their affordable adoption fee.

 

 


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