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My name is Thorin!
I'm being cared for by
Humane Society of West Michigan

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
HSWM-A-46696
Hair Length

My story

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Shelter

Humane Society of West Michigan

Contact info
Pet ID
HSWM-A-46696
Contact
Address
Walker, MI 49534
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

You are more than welcome to come down and see our adoptable animals. If you see one that you're interested in you will fill out an adoption survey which gives us information on what you are looking for and what best suites you. If you are approved you can meet with an animal and go with the adoption process from there. Our adoption fees are as follows: Puppies under 4 months - $250; Dogs (over 4 months) - $175; Dogs over 7 years - $75 Kittens (under 1 year) - $75; Cats (over 1 year) - $45 Rabbits-Neutered: $30, Spayed: $50, Neither: $15 Guinea Pigs-$10 Other small critters and birds-fees vary

Go meet their pets

You are welcome to visit our facility and see the animals we have available. We are located at 3077 Wilson Dr NW Walker, MI 49534. This is on Wilson, north of 3 Mile. We are open: Tues - Fri: 2-7 Sat: 10-4 Closed for adoptions Sunday & Monday WE DO STOP CONDUCTING ADOPTION CONSULTS A HALF HOUR BEFORE WE CLOSE EACH EVENING.

More about this shelter

We are a private, non-profit organization. We do no recieve any funding from the governemnt, we rely solely on the generous donations of people like you! The Humane Society of West Michigan is dedicated to the protection and care of all animals. We give voice to creatures who cannot speak for themselves. We do this by: Promoting responsible pet care through public education and services Working to reduce unwanted pet populations Providing humane care to abandoned, injured or relinquished pets Finding homes for adoptable pets Our vision is a community in which: All pets are provided with adequate food, shelter, medical care, companionship, and appropriate training All companion pets are spayed or neutered All pets are wanted and considered a part of the family