Does your pet have what it takes to be a model? The model search for the 2021 Cascades Humane Society calendar will soon begin! Freeland Photography will be scheduling photo sessions for Friday, March 5th, Saturday, March 6th and Sunday, March 7th to capture the perfect photo of your pet(s)! Registration opens February 10th, so
Michigan is famous, perhaps infamous, for sudden changes in weather. We’ve all recently experienced the unusually cold temperatures, even in early November, which doesn’t bode well for the rest of this winter season. We’ve probably all heard someone say, “Hey, my dog has a fur coat on. He’ll be fine.” Or “That cat has lived
In some cases it all starts with the good intentions of the owners. The belief is often that they are the best, maybe the only, caretakers for their animals. More animals are “rescued.” Then things get out of hand. It’s useful to note that it’s also painful for humans in these scenarios. After all, the hoarding
Cascades Humane Society, on average, has a litter of puppies available to adopt every 4-to-6 weeks or so. This past end of September – beginning October, was especially busy because we had two large litters of puppies come in, and hey, who doesn’t love puppies? When this happens our adoption desk gets extremely busy showing
Three cats – an adult male, an adult female, and a young kitten – were abandoned in an empty (and trashed) apartment in Jackson. The owner of the property found them and brought them to CHS in May of this year. No way to know exactly how long they were in the apartment alone. All
Santa Paws is a wonderful way to have your fur-family’s photo taken with Santa while supporting CHS! Click here to book your appointment today!