All About Animals Rescue passionately pursues the No More Homeless Pets mission and well-being of cats and dogs in Michigan by preventing pet homelessness, overpopulation, suffering and needless euthanasia.
Pillar programs achieve success for animals:
• Wellness Care
• Community Cat/TNR
Founded in 2005 to help end pet overpopulation, All About Animals is the largest high quality, high capacity, no-cost to low-cost spay/neuter clinic in Michigan with 4 veterinary wellness centers:
• Auburn Hills
In addition to stationary clinics, All About Animals offers a mobile spay/neuter unit and transport vans; to bring communities in need across Michigan access to vital health services.
Over a quarter of a million cats and dogs have been sterilized since forming and 50,000 are seen for medical care services every year. More than 34,000 pets, including over 7,000 community cats were fixed in 2019. This reduces suffering and prevents the addition of thousands of precious animals and unwanted litters to an already overburdened animal welfare system; saving countless lives.
All About Animals Rescue depends on public support from those who want to change the lives of the vulnerable.
To learn more about our 501 (C)(3) nonprofit animal welfare donor centered organization, leaving your legacy through charitable estate planning or how you can make a difference in a pet's life, please visit us at www.allaboutanimalsrescue.org
Special Deal on Kitties!
Our wonderful kitties are only $75 to adopt. We believe kitties usually want to have a kitty friend; so if you adopt two at the same time, both kitties will only be $75 total! All our cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, FELV/FIV tested, dewormed and current on heartworm and flea prevention.
Foster to Adopt Program
Not 100% sure you’re making the right commitment? We offer a foster to adopt program! Once approved, you will be able to foster the pet in your home for up to 3 weeks. At the end of the 3 weeks, you need to decide if you will 1. Adopt the pet 2. Continue fostering the pet until a new home is found or 3. Return the pet to the rescue. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or us call today to find out more details!
Applications are evaluated to determine if the home is appropriate for that particular dog and cat. Applications are NOT done on a first come, first serve basis. Pets are not adopted out of state. Please fax your application to (586) 933-2565 or scan and email to email@example.com. The application can be found here: http://freepdfhosting.com/07e8ebb00f.pdf
The adoption fee includes the following:
Heartworm test (dogs only)
FeLV/FIV test (cats only)
Current on heartworm prevention and flea prevention
Dogs and cats are also checked by a vet for general health problems such as
ear mites, fleas and worms.
Adoption fees are as follows:
Cats $75 or 2 for 1
Please consider making an extra donation to help us cover their medical care.