Enroll now for the Kroger Community Rewards Program. All Participants must re-enroll each year to continue earning awards during the coming year. It’s Easy… just shop, swipe your
Say hello to Joey. Joey moved here from Flint Michigan, and this is his story. I first heard of him via Craigslist. His rescuer was seeking a home for him & what she told me was shocking. A large appliance van was traveling on her road. She noticed the truck because they were
Dougie is a Boxer mix. He is a like a cross between a spring & a lightning bolt! He was found wandering around in southern Ohio. He was running with his ‘brother’ Maverick. Together, they were pretty crafty and eluded the local Humane Society & Animal Control for several months. He is quite a hunk,
We first heard of Allie on Facebook in the Animal Rescues of Michigan group. Megan, her mom made a plea for Allie’s life. Megan had been traveling the US with her 3 dogs, Allie, Charlie, and Sallie Mae. On her way home, she stopped in at a ‘friends’ home (we’ll call them Bob
Say Hello to Baby! Baby is an adorable Pit-bull approximately 2 years old. She was rescued with her ‘sister’ Patches. We believe they both escaped from a dog-fighting ring. Wherever she came from, the abuse to Baby was significant & her scars still remain with her both physical and psychological.
Maverick is a Tibetan Mastiff. He is a big ‘ole fluffy ball of energy. He was found wandering in southern Ohio with his ‘brother’ Dougie. Together, they were crafty and eluded the Humane Society & Animal Control for several months. Isn’t he a handsome dog!
Right now, Mavie is working
AnnaBelle is a high strung & energetic lady. She loves to go for rides in the car. She also loves to run away from home- usually waiting until you just about catch up to her, and WHAM! She’s gone like greased lightning!
She also loves to take a swim in the nearest lake, pond,
Ranger, a mastiff mix, came to AFAR via the Osceola County Animal Control. For us, this is where his story begins…
The Osceola Animal Control received a report that there was a dead dog laying along the road-side of the US10 highway. When
What can we say about (Red) Jack? He was rescued from the streets of Detroit by another rescue. Jack was in bad shape when they took him in. This foster home had 12 other dogs living within their home. An AFAR member was contacted to help Jack be placed. After he was brought
Say hello to Nellie. When an AFAR member found her, she was tied to a post by an old abandoned barn. Her hair was so matted that the fir mat on her body had to be removed in stinky, smelly chunks. In fact, the mat on her back came off in one great
Please say hello to Jake. At the age of 3 months, Jake suffered from an extreme case of the Parvo-virus. His family at that time just had a baby an was unable to deal with a sick puppy as well. Jake came to AFAR member where he went through extensive treatment to save
This is Carmen. She came to AFAR from Lansing MI. When we first spotted her, she was trotting along Saginaw Street, happy go lucky, apparently unaware that there were 4 lanes of busy rush hour traffic within inches of her zooming by. It didn’t bother her as she sniffed everything that didn’t move
Miss Diva Maire was rescued from the streets of Lansing MI. She had been running wild for several weeks before an AFAR member rescued her. We had stopped at a garage sale, and witnessed a man chasing her, trying to hit her with a garden hoe. We were finally able to catch her
At 17 years old, 19 lb. Lil’ Jack was surrendered to AFAR because his family had lost their home and ended up having to move to an apartment. It was hard for him to adjust, but now at age 20, he loves his forever home. He has a crush on Diva, who he
Meet Anna-Belle. After living together with her family for 5 years, they had to re-home her because they were forced to move out of state to find new employment. Annie proceeded to be shuffled in and out of 4 homes in three months, moving from place to place, because she had developed a
Published by BFAS on September 8, 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. A nation of animal lovers spends tax-payer dollars to kill 3.5 – 4 million shelter pets per year – over 9,000 everyday. In the aftermath of Hurricane
Our plan is to build The AFAR NO-KILL Animal Sanctuary. Our Sanctuary will be able house domestic animals who, for no fault of their own, no longer have a home. These animals become homeless for a variety of
By Tara Cavanaugh Originally printed 2/24/2011 (Issue 1908 – Between The Lines News)
Trout the customer service representative will be happy to take care of all your needs at Orion Automotive in Ann Arbor – as long as those needs are playing, petting and getting wet kisses.
By Kate Opalewski Originally printed 8/23/2012 (Issue 2034 – Between The Lines News)
While the state of Michigan has a long way to go in some areas, we are in the forefront of becoming the first no-kill state with 11 no-kill communities, more than any other state, according to the
By Andrea Poteet Originally printed 8/18/2011 (Issue 1933 – Between The Lines News)
In the Motor City, it can be easy to forget that “horse power” was once delivered by actual horses.
But a window to the city’s roots can be found in a surprising place: a local veterinarian’s office.
Keep Michigan Wolves Protected is a coalition of conservation groups, animal welfare organizations, wildlife professionals, hunters, ranchers and other Michigan citizens working to protect Michigan’s fragile wolf population.
Wolves have been on the protected list in Michigan for nearly 50 years. There are fewer than 700
Anchorage DogsThere seems to be a holiday for every occasion. Some are serious, some just silly. Take for example January 3rd, this eventful holiday has three events to celebrate. National Fruitcake Toss Day, National Humiliation Day and Festival of Sleep. Another odd holiday is on September 2nd. National