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Faithful to Felines (“F2F”) External Link

An all volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue of lost, abandoned, sick, abused and stray cats and kittens in the Muskegon, Michigan area.  We are funded through donations, fundraisers and a once a week bingo game.  Although this non-profit may have gone by different names in the past (e.g., The Cat Protection Society of West Michigan and the West Michigan SPCA), it has been in operation for approximately 21 years and has placed thousands of cats and kittens in their forever homes.

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Fur Crazy Pet Salon External Link

Deb Casemier has been a pet groomer for over 12 years.  Her desire is to make this a comfortable and friendly experience for both you and your pet.  Deb also volunteers and donates grooming to the members of the Lakeshore Pet Alliance.

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Golden Years Alaskan Malamute Rescue External Link

Specialists in rescuing senior Alaskan Malamutes.

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Heaven Can Wait Animal Haven External Link

A nonprofit 501(c)3 dedicated to helping the people in the greater Muskegon area get their pets spayed and neutered.  They transport cats and dogs to C-SNIP in Kentwood, a low cost spay and neuter clinic, and utilize the services of West Michigan Spay/Neuter Clinic.  In addition, they rescue cats/kittens and place them in foster homes to prepare them for eventual adoption.  They also have an active TNR (trap-neuter-return) program whereby they help spay and neuter the "free roaming" cats in the greater Muskegon area.  They believe there are many necessary components to increasing the "save rate" in our county, the most important of these being preadoption spay/neuter, preadoption microchipping and helping the public get their pets spayed and neutered.

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Humane Society & Animal Rescue of Muskegon County External Link

The purposes of the Muskegon Humane Society is

To promote reverence of all living things

To prevent cruelty to animals and investigate allegations of such cruelty

To care for all animals entrusted to it

To encourage appropriate legislation for animal welfare and to
encourage the enforcement of such legislation

To promote education relative to animal welfare causes

To work against abuse and exploitation of animals

To provide those services that promote the goals and policies of the Society

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Noah Project External Link

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit rescue founded in 1998 to provide shelter for abused and abandoned cats and dogs.  They rely on a small staff and volunteers for our daily operation and are totally dependent on voluntary contributions and fund raising efforts to cover their operating costs.  Their mission statement is…  “We will not allow an adoptable dog or cat accepted at our center to be euthanized.”

Pound Buddies External Link

Their core purpose is to care for homeless dogs and find them new loving families.  Their mission is to:

  • Provide shelter for homeless, abused or neglected dogs
  • Provide temporary shelter for lost or stray dogs who are picked up or brought in by law enforcement or concerned citizens.
  • Facilitate the adoption of homeless dogs into loving new homes
  • Increase community awareness of pet overpopulation and encourage owners to spay/neuter pets to decrease the number of adoptable dogs euthanized simply because there aren’t enough homes for them
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West Michigan Spay & Neuter Clinic External Link

Located at 6130 Airline Road in Fruitport, WMSNC is a high-quality, low-cost spay and neuter clinic in a nonprofit setting. Anyone can take advantage of the clinic.   WMSNC’s pricing includes natural recovery in the surgical suite under constant supervision and two injections before the pet awakens. One shot is an anti-inflammatory medication to promote healing, and the other injection is a type of veterinary morphine for pain management. Aftercare instructions are given verbally to each client and the clinic provides a free aftercare service if there are concerns or complications. West Michigan Spay and Neuter Clinic is managed by local directors, and is in a medical partnership with C-SNIP of Grand Rapids. C-SNIP provides WMSNC with excellent veterinarians, licensed veterinary techs, and veterinary assistants. Call (231) 366-7067 for an appointment or more information. Pricing follows:

Dogs Male or Female $75, Cats Male $45, Cats Female $55 and optional services are offered as well, a rabies shot for $10 or Microchipping for $15.

Their goal is to promote the humane treatment of dogs and cats in our community and eliminate the use of euthanasia as a method of controlling their numbers by providing high-quality, low-cost spay and neuter services.

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Wolf Song Enterprises, LLC External Link

Promotes harmony between People & Pets.  Annette is an Animal Behavior Consultant, Certified Dog Trainer with over 40 years of experience.

 

 

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