Adopt a Pet Tuesday: Odin, Sissy & Alice

This week on Michigan This Morning’s Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday, we have Odin, Sissy and Alice –three of Northern Michigan’s many adoptable pets in need of a welcoming house, a soft bed and a loving family.

Odin is an adult Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix. He’s neutered, housetrained and up to date on all vaccinations –all he needs now is a family! Odin’s a very sweet boy who’s great with kids, so if he sounds like your kind of family member, contact the Missaukee Humane Society in Lake City!

Sissy is a 60 pound adult Husky. This sweet girl has a gorgeous silver and white coat and one stunning blue eye. She was found as a stray, and since being picked up has surpassed her stray hold time, so she’s ready now for her new family. If this beauty sounds like a fit for you, head to the Clare County Animal Shelter in Harrison! 

Alice is a 2-year-old domestic shorthair. She’s a sweetheart who was found wandering the streets of Manton with no ID. Now she just wants to find herself a permanent, loving family to take her home. If you’re interested in adopting Alice, contact the Wexford County Animal Shelter in Cadillac.

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