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Humane Society of Livingston County Pet Of The Week - August 2nd

Here at Troy Clogg Landscape Associates, LLC we are proud to be able to sponsor a cage at the Humane Society of Livingston County!  By sponsoring a cage at The Humane Society of Livingston County's shelter, we are able to help ensure a safe, temporary home for a deserving pet until they find their forever, permanent home.  Click here to learn more about sponsoring a cage at the shelter.  We will highlight a pet from The Humane Society of Livingston County every week in hopes of helping the dog or cat find their forever home!

Click here to view all available pets for adoption at The Humane Society of Livingston County.


Elise

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Domestic Long Hair (long coat) :: Female :: Young

 

Status:

Available for Adoption

Pet ID #:

A-5162

Location:

Howell, MI

 


Additional Info:

·  Up-to-date with vaccines


Hello my name is Elise and I am a Light Gray Domestic Longhair. When I arrived I had unhealed wounds on my ears and it appears that someone gave me a haircut to get some mats out of my fur. The nice vet staff took care of me and now my ears are slowly healing. As for my haircut...I am slowly working to grow back out my LOVELY coat! I am a little cautious around new people but when I warm up I really enjoy being pet. I can't wait to be in the loving home that I deserve!

 

Organization Contact Info:

Humane Society of Livingston County
2464 Dorr Road
Howell, MI 48843
(517) 552-8050
animalwelfare@humane-livingston.org
http://www.humane-livingston.org

All of HSLC’s adoptable pets are spayed or neutered, up to date with vaccines, micro-chipped and more -- always included in the adoption fee.

Contact HSLC or visit HSLC’s website for more information about our available pets and adoption policies.

 Apply Online Now!

Thank you for considering one of HSLC’s dogs or cats!

HSLC is a shelter of help, hope, and infinite possibilities.

 
 

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