Wanted! Loving Home for Henry Wilson the Cat. What About You?
Meet Henry Wilson from the Humane Society of West Michigan. Henry is an 18 year-old, male cat hoping to find his forever home. Don't let his age mislead you -- this guy has plenty of spunk! He loves cuddling, being around humans, and having a good chat to let you know what his wants and needs are for the day. In his old age, he enjoys lots of cat naps, a good breakfast, more cat naps, and the tastiest gourmet treats! This low-maintenance guy much prefers a lazy day over an adventure and doesn't need much to be content. If he has a companion, some yummy food, and a cozy place to curl up for the day, he's good to go. Inquire about Henry Wilson today!
Paws Pub Crawl:
Want to support animals in our care AND go out to new breweries? Join our Paws Pub Crawl! How to participate: For the entire month of August you can purchase a $10 punch card from HSWM to become a participant in the first-ever Paws Pub Crawl! Throughout the month you must visit the various breweries across West Michigan that have decided to join in on the fun and get a punch from your server. Once the punch card is filled, you win an exclusive cobranded apparel item for your participation! Have a drink in the name of animal welfare!
Celebration in the Park: Join HSWM and our partner, Above Roofing, on Tuesday, August 8, from 5-9 PM for a Community Celebration in Rosewood Park! This event will feature live music, food, and adoptable puppies! We are so thankful for all of the support from Above Roofing for animals in our care and look forward to a fun-filled night with adoptable puppies!
Summer Dog Travel Safety:
Although our dogs love nothing more than the feeling of the wind in their face, letting your dog hang out the window is dangerous. Not only can debris and objects potentially hit your dog, there have also been many cases of dogs falling out of the window while going at high speed. To ensure your dog’s safety, only open the window a crack and only while they’re secured with a seatbelt. Your dog should never be allowed to roam around your car freely. This can be a dangerous distraction for the driver and a potential disaster if the window’s wide open. Upon arrival, be sure to never leave your pet unattended in the car as they heat up quickly!