Butterfly the cat visited with Andy Rent as he talked about her on the Andy in the Morning show for Wet Nose Wednesday.

Emily, from the Humane Society of West Michigan, brought Butterfly into the studios.

Butterfly is an 8-year-old female domestic shorthair. Emily said Butterfly greets us every morning with her "come hither" eyes and by rubbing against our leg. She can be a little shy but each of us has a story of a time we were able to really connect with her, treats seem to help!  Once she settles in a home and gets used to being around the same few people, her spice will likely turn to sugar. She's been described as a couch potato and just needs a place where she can decompress and be herself. If you're in the market for a no-pressure relationship too, Butterfly is perfect for you.

Tomorrow is National Check the Chip Day. This is to help owners remember to get their pet chipped if they have not already and for those who have chipped their animals to check them. Unfortunately, chips can fall out so it is important to regularly check your animals to make sure it is still there. The chip can also move from the back of the neck to the shoulder or front leg, so make sure to check those areas as well!
This coming Saturday, August 18th, is Clear the Shelters. The Humane Society will be open from 11 - 4. Prices are as follows:

Heartworm positive dogs are $100
Adult dogs are $95
Cats are $5
Kittens are $75
Small critters are $5

Puppies will not be up for adoption for this event. Please note that our "Jason's Jewels" adoption special will still be available for long-term dogs.
You can get all the information on the Humane Society website or call (616) 453-8900.