VOLUNTEER PAGE - How you can help:
Spay or neuter your pets
Spay or neuter your pets and encourage your family and friends to do the same. Spaying or neutering cats and dogs has proven health benefits. It is also the most important step we take toward reducing the number of homeless animals in our area.
Become a temporary foster care home for a cat or dog
Temporary foster care is usually less than one week. A spare bedroom, warm garage or basement is adequate for this short term arrangement. Pet Pals can assist with pet food, kitty litter, etc. If you can help, please call Bonnie at 906-293-3310.
Make a donation to our Spay/Neuter Fund, Homeless Animal Fund, the New Animal Shelter Building Fund, or the Future Shelter Operations Fund.
Luce County Pet Pals, Inc is a 501 ( c ) (3) organization.
All donations are tax deductible. Please make checks payable to:
PO Box 345
Newberry, MI 49868
Please specify which fund you would like your donation to go to.
To pay by credit card click the donation button of your choice in the left menu.
You will be able to choose: spay/neuter fund, new animal shelter building fund, the homeless pets fund, or the future shelter operation fund.
Donate your time and skills to build an animal shelter in the Newberry area.
If you are able to help please call Ed or Jean at 906-293-3155.
Join Pet Pals
Your membership fee goes toward helping the homeless pets in the Luce County area. Pet Pals meets the last Wednesday
of each month at 11:00 a.m.at Zellar's Village Inn meeting room.
We invite and welcome all members and visitors to attend these monthly meetings.
Click here to download a membership form: