|Non-Profit Group Rescues Canton Cats/Kittens One kitten died before help arrivedUpdated: Sunday, 28 Aug 2011, 7:31 PM EDT
Published : Sunday, 28 Aug 2011, 10:35 AM EDT
By RONNIE DAHL myFOXdetroit.comCANTON, Mich. (WJBK) -
Members of the non-profit Animal Care Network stepped up to help after neighbors at the Sherwood Valley Mobile Home Community in Canton told Fox 2 that ten cats – including several kittens – were abandoned and left to fend for themselves in a vacant trailer. The couple that lived in the trailer moved out weeks ago, but left the animals behind. Sadly, one kitted died before help arrived.”I can’t handle this no more,” said neighbor Coleen Shipman. “This is outrageous.”
Shipman is frustrated. Day after day she was forced to listen to the sad meows coming from inside. Ten cats were left behind, forced to survive without any human help. With anyone to clean up, their feces also piled up causing an almost unbearable stench.
“The conditions are beyond belief,” Shipman told Fox 2′s Ronnie Dahl.
Pet Adoption Fair with a Sweet Flair
July 12, 2014 –
Whole Foods Market - Troy
2880 West Maple Rd
Whole Foods Market in Troy is teaming up with The Michigan Animal Adoption Network to host a pet adoption fair! Stop in and browse through the book for the latest pets available for adoption and, pick up a sweet treat on us! For every pound of pet food donated, Whole Foods Market will match and, all folks donating will get a FREE ice cream cone, float OR, Sunday on US, dairy free options available!! ALL pet food will be donated to The Michigan Animal Adoption Network who relies on volunteers and donations to offer animal adoption and resources in our community learn more here, http://michigananimaladoptionnetwork.org/