Each week, Wyandotte Patch features adoptable pets from Wyandotte.
Vickie Taylor, vice president of WAG Animal Rescue, introduces us to Panama Jack the dog and Brayden the cat:
Panama Jack is 14 weeks old. He is full of life, very loving and enjoys being held. A fenced-in yard is required because he loves to run. He would do better in a home without cats because he likes to chase them.
Brayden is a beautiful 14-week-old kitty. He has such an outgoing personality and loves to be around people. He also enjoys playing toys and just lounging around.
Anyone interested in adopting an animal from WAG is encouraged to visit the group's website and fill out an application online. The group's animals are on display every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Livonia PetSmart, 13150 Middlebelt. As not all animals are brought up each week, potential adopters are encouraged to email the group to make arrangements for a particular animal to be available to be seen. An entire list, including photographs and descriptions, of all the group's adoptable animals can be found on its website.
Rose Darin, a volunteer at the Wyandotte Animal Pound, introduces us to Speckles the dog and Pax the cat:
Speckles is a unique looking pit bull terrier/terrier mix. Her past family moved to an apartment that did not allow animals. She is a medium-sized adult female. She has been temperament tested and did very well. She loves people and gets along with other dogs and cats. She is spayed, heartworm negative, up to date on routine shots and rabies.
Pax is a beautiful domestic long hair cat who was found wandering the halls of an apartment complex, panting and trying to find food. She's very gentle and doesn’t seem to have been homeless for long. She had no idea how to take care of herself. The more we see of Pax, the more obvious it is that she's a real clown. She is always doing silly things to get attention. She is great with children and gets along well with other cats. She is spayed, up to date on routine shots, litter box trained and feline AIDS and leukemia negative.
The Wyandotte Animal Pound is located at 1170 Grove St. Adoptions are done 5:30-7:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday. An entire list, including photographs and descriptions, of all the pound's adoptable animals can be found on its website. The pound also can be contacted through email.
Cathy McCormick, a volunteer with Shelter to Home, introduces us to Conrad and Casey the cats:
Conrad and Casey were 5 weeks old and brought into a shelter. They were anemic, with no mother to be found. They have been fattened up, vetted, and are ready for adoption. Conrad and Casey are now about 4 months old. They are very playful and affectionate, and they get along well with children and dogs. Conrad and Casey have been neutered, tested negative for feline AIDS and leukemia, and given age appropriate vaccinations.
The Shelter to Home Pet Adoption Center is located at 266 Oak St. Adoptions are done by appointment only. The Pet Adoption Center is open from noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays for tours and visiting with some of our adoptable cats in a home-like setting. Cats also are on display in the Luv-A-Pet Center at the Canton PetSmart, 41856 Ford Road. An entire list, including photographs and descriptions, of all Shelter to Home's adoptable animals can be found on its website. Shelter to Home can be contacted by phone at 734-556-3135 and through email.