About Missaukee Humane Society:
In 1989, volunteers chose to convert a portion of a property to the non-profit caring of dogs and cats. This did not come easy, as they relied on substantial assistance from friends, relatives, and community-oriented people possessing various skills. Thus, this shelter was built.
Despite numerous setbacks, the Missaukee Humane Society continues to operate without federal, state, county, or township funding. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Without the donations of caring people such as yourself, we would cease to exist.
Our local community and surrounding Michigan communities realize we sincerely care about all animals. We are a no-kill facility, thus the welfare of any animal brought to our care is guaranteed. We provide the best possible care to all animals. All employees and volunteers provide much needed love and attention to all animals entering our door
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Our building and kennel facilities were built with local contributions of funds, materials, and labor. Daily operations are supported entirely from financial contributions and donations of supplies from individuals and businesses who support the concept of compassionate shelter (animal orphanage) for companion animals.
Our staff is highly caring and wholeheartedly devoted to the welfare of all of our animals. When animals are brought into our care they are given a once-over examination, shots, worming, and if medical attention is needed, the animal is transported to a veterinarian's office. Our animals are given love and individual attention from all of our staff and volunteers.
Kyle Musselman, Director (Feb 2004)
(231) 839-3800 ext 3
Robin Stouffer (Sep 2013)
Nellie Thompson (Dec 2013)
Melodie VanHouten, LVT (hired Aug 2016)
Candace Martin (Oct 2016)
In Memory of Bitsy. Adopted by Amy 2014