"Doggone Purrfect Recipes" cookbooks are being sold by the Alger County Animal Shelter to raise funds. This attractive soft cover book features close to 200 recipes that were donated by friends of the Shelter. The price is $6.00.
To obtain these cookbooks, you may buy them at:
the Alger County Animal Shelter, 510 E. Munising Avenue, Munising
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Please give The Alger County Animal Shelter a call at 906-387-4131 if you might be interested in adopting or sponsoring.
We are in need of volunteers. Night time volunteers are needed ASAP. You can pick your own hours at night. Duties include: walking dogs, cleaning cages, scooping litter boxes, food and fresh water for all animals, adoptions, etc. We ask workers to do only as much as they can in the time they have to share with the Shelter. Please contact the shelter if you are interested in becoming a volunteer.
We accept donations of all kinds which include: monetary, cat litter, canned dog food, cleaning products, office supplies, used blankets and rugs, etc.Not needed is: dry dog food and dry cat food. But Kitten Chow is always needed
We need people or groups to hold fundraisers that benefit the Shelter.
We publish a newsletter twice a year called "Footnotes and Pawprints". To receive a copy, please send a note to the Shelter requesting a copy and you will be added to our mailing list.
ACAS is a non-profit, Animal Shelter serving Alger county. We strive to provide rescue for those animals in need and rehome animals into loving atmospheres.
Our hours of operation are 7 days a week 9am to Noon. Tues and Thurs till 5pm Most evenings have varied volunteer hours.
Would you like to learn more about our wonderful little city??
Click here to go to Munising.Com OR Click here to go to Munisinginfo.com
All animals adopted from the Alger County Animal Shelter must be spayed or neutered for compliance with Michigan law. All potential adopters must fill out an adoption form. If the adoption form is approved, he or she will then take their new pet to the vet of their choice to be altered, if the animal is not already altered. The adopter pays the spay/neuter fee to the Shelter. He or she is given a spay/neuter certificate to take to the vet at the time of the operation. A rabies vaccination is included in the certificate fee.
If an animal is already spayed/neutered when it comes to the Shelter, the charge will only be $25.00 for cats and $50.00 for the adoption of a dog. This will not be effected by the price change.
The Shelter is not responsible for transportation of pets to their new owners. New owners must provide their own transportation. However, please feel free to check with the Shelter personnel first to find out if anyone would be willing to take the pet to you or would meet with you part way. If you have questions regarding transportation, Call (906) 387-4131
We are located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, near beautiful Lake Superior. Our address is: 510 E. Munising Avenue(H58) directly across from the Kimberly Clark Paper Mill.
Turn East (Toward the Kimberly Clark Mill) at the only caution/stop light in town. We are located just past the Michigan State Police Post.
We are open seven days a week from 9:00 A.M. to Noon on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and 9:00 am until 5:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays Other hours by appointment: Phone 906-387-4131