AmericaJR’s Jason Rzucidlo recently visited the Detroit Historical Museum to check out their new exhibit featuring the Michigan Humane Society. Visitors will learn that MHS adopts out more than 11,000 pets each year, one in every 10 pets adopted throughout the entire state. In fact, MHS adopts out more animals than any other Michigan shelter takes in. But they’ll also see that MHS is much more than adoptions. It also operates one of the largest veterinary practices in the state – with centers in Detroit, Rochester Hills and Westland – a Free Pet Food Bank that, last year, helped more than 6,300 low-income families to keep their loving pets and a Pet Rescue that responds to thousands of animal cruelty complaints annually.
For more information about the Detroit Historical Museum, visit www.detroithistorical.org.