HSHV is deeply committed to our animals, our animal loving community and the many vulnerable families in our community. In this time of turmoil and uncertainty, there are many things we can’t do, but many things we can. Being able to prevent animals from unnecessary suffering, like going hungry, and helping support the people who love them is a privilege for which we are deeply grateful.
We are still taking in and taking care of unwanted animals and doing limited adoptions.
Our Veterinary Clinic is providing essential and critical medical treatment to animals who need it.
Our Cruelty Investigators and Emergency Rescue Officers are saving injured, abused and abandoned animals.
And we’re responding to increased emergency food needs through our Bountiful Bowls pet food pantry and making special deliveries to those who can’t leave home.
We understand many people are struggling, but if you would like to help homeless and abused animals right now you can do the following:
- Make a one-time or monthly donation
- Donate needed food to our Bountiful Bowls program
- Send an item to our Foster program
- Consider adding a new member to your family
We’re so appreciative of the outpouring of support and interest in becoming a foster home. While we have ample foster homes at the moment, if you have an interest in fostering homeless or abused animals in the future you can email the Foster Care Manager, Ann Edwards, at [email protected] for more information.
Thank you for your support! As the only animal shelter and welfare center in Washtenaw County, you can rest assured knowing that HSHV will continue to be here for the most vulnerable animals in our community.