Friday, April 5, 2019

Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit (FAMD) Reduces Pet Adoption Fees April 5-13

Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit (FAMD) is reducing and waiving adoption fees on many of its dogs and cats April 5-13, 2019.



“Our generous FAMD Board has donated funds to make sure some wonderful dogs, cats, puppies and kittens find forever homes,” said Elaine Greene, FAMD executive director. “To adopt, simply fill out an online questionnaire to meet with an adoption counselor and start the process.”

“Falling in love costs a lot less this month,” added Greene.
“The FAMD board of directors is committed to furthering our mission of saving all adoptable animals and inspiring healthy relationships between people and their companion animals and, therefore, has offered to financially cover adoption fees,” said MaryAnn Wright, FAMD board chair.

Descriptions and prices for the adoptable animals can be found on the FAMD website at www.metrodetroitanimals.org.  Most of the adoptable animals can be met in the new MaryAnn Wright Animal Adoption and Education Center at 16121 Reckinger Road in Dearborn, although some are in foster homes or one of FAMD’s Cat Adoption Centers.

All FAMD pets have been microchipped, neutered or spayed and received a medical exam and age-appropriate vaccinations before they go to their new homes. 


About FAMD

After 25 years of nurturing more than 50,000 animals, the Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit has launched their “More Love than Humanly Possible” capital campaign to construct Phase Two of their complex, adjacent to the MaryAnn Wright Animal Adoption & Education Center.  For more information about FAMD, a 501 (c) 3 organization, visit metrodetroitanimals.org

22 comments:

  1. Good for them! More can affard to adopt darling companions, like you and me!

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  2. We sure hope their are lots of forever homes coming!

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  3. I hope lots of babies get adopted. What a wonderful thing to do.

    Have a purrfect day and weekend, Cody. My best to your mom. ♥

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  4. Whenever we can help cats get adopted it is a win win. A win for the cats and a win for the community
    Timmy and Family

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  5. Our local shelter is doing the same here this weekend. It's their one year anniversary of being in their new facility!

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  6. As long as background checks are made, then it's all good! I hope FAMD is anti-declaw too.

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  7. Look at those happy faces!!
    Hugs Cecilia

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  8. We hope many furriends get adopted ! Purrs

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  9. I hope it is a big success with lots of adoptions throughout the week.

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  10. We so hope lots of adoptions happen

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  11. I am praying there are lots of adoptions. XO

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  12. Yes, let's hope lots of these pets will find forever homes during this week. This reminded dad to stop over at Atlantic Animal Hospital, where Orbit was cared for in his last days. Dad always loved to visit the kitties in the adoption room over there.

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  13. Thanks fur coming to my Birthday Pawty! You two add a lot of fun and my card was purrfect
    Rumpy Bump

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    1. YAY!! I am so happy!! Thank you and we love you! You are most welcome!!

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  14. What a great program. We sure hope it helps lots of animals find their happily ever afters.

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  15. What a wonderful program, we hope that they all get great forever homes!
    Have a super Sunday...

    Noodle and crew

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  16. We hope that many cats and dogs will find their family.
    Douce soirée
    Natacha

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  17. That's such good news. Hopefully it will encourage more people to adopt.

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  18. I like how they said "falling in love costs a lot less this month." Hope everybody got a good home and the money saved went to treats!! - Tom x

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