Tiger was abandoned with his littermates when they were just over a month old. He's currently living in a foster home until he's old enough to be neutered, then he'll be ready to go home with you! Apply to adopt Tiger online at lenhumanesoc.org or in person at Lenawee Humane Society.
The Lenawee Humane Society (LHS) is a private, non-profit, tax exempt organization, dedicated to caring for unwanted animals and providing them with necessary medical treatment, food and shelter until we can find them a new home. Founded in 1921, the Lenawee Humane Society is incorporated by the State of Michigan but receives no government support. The Lenawee Humane Society is supported solely by donations and membership dues. As a Society, we believe that all life should be revered and that all living creatures should be treated with kindness and respect.
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