JACKSON, MI – Copper and Jasmine are just two of the many pets in the Cascades Humane Society looking for forever loving homes.
Copper is a two-year-old beagle, weighing just under 50 pounds. He is a gentle, gentle and friendly boy who loves the company of other dogs and friends of people. If you have other dogs in your home, it is essential that you meet and greet them to make sure they are a good fit for life. Please bring proof of your dog’s vaccinations.
Copper has a lot of energy and his favorite things are walking, playing with toys and having lots of pets. He would do well in an active home.
Copper is neutralized, up-to-date in all necessary vaccinations, and electronically chipped, and has been shown to be effective for heartworms.
Jasmine is a beautiful 3-year-old Siamese girl. She has short but soft fur, with brilliant orange tips on her ears and tails and she has stunning clear blue eyes.
Jasmine is very friendly and loves people’s attention. She quickly wakes up when approached, asking for pets and affection. They look calm and would do well for a family with children.
Dogs overwhelm Jasmine a lot, but she was in a house with other cats. Fun fact – she loves scratching and catnip toys.
Jasmine is sterilized, kept up to date with vaccinations, has an electronic chip and has tested negative for FeLV and FIV.
The Cascades Humane Society, 1515 Carmen Drive, is open to the public from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
All dogs and cats in the Cascades Humane Society have been spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and given parasite protection prior to adoption. Those who adopt pets also receive a free health check from any of 24 area vets.
Dog owners wishing to adopt another dog are required to meet and greet their dog and the dog they choose to adopt.
CHS has also added services to the Spay and Neuter Assistance program. The service, which is available during spaying or scheduled surgeries, includes vaccinations, heartworm testing for dogs, FIV and FeLV testing for cats, and dental procedures.
CHS also has a pet food store to help families in financial hardship. CHS accepts food donations for cats or dogs, as long as the food is in its original packaging. Donors can drop food from the shaft fold behind the elbow. Pet Food Pantry is open from noon to 2 p.m. on the first Saturday of the month.
Those considering adopting copper, jasmine, or any other pet can apply to do so here. Available pets can be found at www.chspets.org. For more information, call 517-787-7387.