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Donate to our spay/neuter fund
Donate to our new shelter building fund
Donate to our homeless pets fund
Donate to our Shelter Operating Expenses

There are many ways that individuals can help: Online Donations Secure with Paypal to Help Homeless Dogs & Puppies, Online Donations Secure with Paypal to Help Homeless Cats & Kittens


Why Should I Donate?

Luce County dogs and cats need your help now, more than ever before!  On Nov 5, 2008, the Luce County Animal Shelter closed its doors.  In the absence of an animal shelter it is even more critical that we reduce the number of homeless litters!  There have already been inquiries regarding what to do with litters of puppies and kittens and reports of animals running at large.  Pet Pals is working very hard to improve the lives of homeless animals and pets in need.  In addition to the closing of the Luce County Animal Shelter, area shelters are reporting an increase of pet abandonment due to the economy - click to read.
Please Donate to the Luce County Pet Pals.  Your help will give us the necessary funds to help improve the lives of homeless animals and pets in need.  Philanthropy on any level brings hope to communities.


Make a Donation:

To mail in your donation send it to Luce County Pet Pals - P.O. Box 345 - Newberry, Michigan 49868 You can designate which of our four funds you wish your donation to go toward: Spay/neuter fund, New shelter building fund, homeless pets fund or shelter operations fund. Donations not designated to a special fund will go toward our administrative costs. 


To give to the Pet Pals by credit card, please click the donation button of your choice in the left menu.  
You will be able to choose: spay/neuter fund, new shelter building fund or the homeless pets fund or shelter operation fund.  Your contribution will help so many animals in need.  We thank everyone that can donate to one of our four funds or that can give of your time or skills.

We raise money for: BUILDING A NEW ANIMAL SHELTER BUILDING

 

Construction of a safe and humane animal shelter for our area as Luce County does not currently have an animal shelter

 New Animal Shelter building under construction

 

This is the new Animal Shelter building under construction at 7351 County Road 391 next to the Waste Management transfer station.

You can help by donating to our shelter building fund or by volunteering to help on the construction crew by calling Ed Brondyke 90-293-3155

 

       

Please make sure to Spay / Neuter your pet.  This helps in many ways.  Donations to the Luce County Pet Pals are much needed to bring hope to these poor animals.

 

 

We raise money for: Spay/neuter financial assistance for dogs and cats:

We can help with the cost of spay or neuter surgery
for your dog. Pet Pals has a grant which enables us to offer whatever financial assistance the dog owner requires to spay or neuter their companion dog.  To print a copy of the PDF application for spay/neuter financial assistance for your dog(s), onto the link provided in the left menu under "Spay and Neuter Assistance". 

 

For more information call Bonnie at (906) 293 3310

 

 

We raise money to Help Homeless pets:

 

Help cover Foster Care and Veterinarian expenses for homeless pets.

Other services Pet Pals helps with are Monitoring the Facebook Page "Luce County Pet Pals" for posting Lost, Found, and Available Pets.

 

 
 We raise money to future animal shelter operations:
The shelter operations fund raises money to help offset the cost of future shelter operations costs when the  new animal shelter becomes operational. 
 
 
 
 
 
Area Shelters Report an Increase in Pet Abandonment Due to the Economy. 

Many area shelters are receiving surrendered animals from people who are finding it difficult to keep them in these tough economic times. Lost employment, unexpected vehicle or medical expenses can make it stressful or even impossible to make ends meet. As the economy continues to deteriorate the number of surrendered animals grows. Sad as it is true, animals are sometimes the first to suffer in these hard times. This in mind, pet abandonment is never an option.

In some cases these animals are being abandoned in remote areas or are left in vacated homes or apartments. Pets are domesticated animals that have great difficulty fending for themselves. If released outside they will have problems finding food and water. They will feel cold, discomfort, loneliness, hunger and pain. Abandoned pets may be attacked by other animals, hit by vehicles or contract diseases. Pets abandoned in an apartment or home suffer greatly when any food or water left for them runs out and become very stressed when no one comes for them. It should never be counted on that someone will find and care for an abandoned pet. Without question, abandonment is cruel and inhumane.

Individuals and families who can no longer afford to keep their pet must find a place where their animal will receive the care it needs. Options include but are not limited to: entrusting a family member or friend with the care of the pet until the financial situation stabilizes OR the pet can be surrendered to a humane organization which will not only care for the animal but will also find a good home for the animal to be placed in.

Pets bring so much to our lives and those of our loved ones. It is our end of the bargain to humanely care for their well being.

 

 

Luce County Pet Pals - P.O. Box 345 - Newberry, MI 49868

Luce County Pet Pals Inc. accepts no responsibility for any liability or for any injury or damages to any person or property caused by any listed animal, as well as any cause of action, claims, suits or demands whatsoever that may arise as a result of such injury or damage. Luce County Pet Pals Inc. does not guarantee the health or temperment of animals listed as courtesy postings.
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