Capitol Area Humane Society

★★★★★
  • 7095 W Grand River Ave

    Lansing, MI 48906

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  • 517-626-6060

About Capitol Area Humane Society

Hours
CAHS asks all volunteers to volunteer during our open business hours: Monday - Friday 12pm-7pm and Saturday 12pm-5pm. Thank you!
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This is definately one of teh best humane societies I have ever seen. They have a very clean and updated facility. Their staff is friendly and courteous. They also have much more than just cats and dogs. Often you will find birds and small mammals there available for adoption. Please check out the CAHS before looking elsewhere for your next pet.

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This is definately one of teh best humane societies I have ever seen. They have a very clean and updated facility. Their staff is friendly and courteous. They also have much more than just cats and dogs. Often you will find birds and small mammals there available for adoption. Please check out the CAHS before looking elsewhere for your next pet.

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This is one of the more humane humane societies I have encountered in my lifetime. They are very supportive of getting their animals out into loving homes, this place has more applications approved then rejected, and that is definitely saying a lot. During the winter time it gets a bit crowded in here, so it's the perfect time to come in here and save the life of the animal of your dreams. The animals are free, but there is a "donation" that covers the costs of medical care and innoculations.

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★★★★★

This is one of the more humane humane societies I have encountered in my lifetime. They are very supportive of getting their animals out into loving homes, this place has more applications approved then rejected, and that is definitely saying a lot. During the winter time it gets a bit crowded in here, so it's the perfect time to come in here and save the life of the animal of your dreams. The animals are free, but there is a "donation" that covers the costs of medical care and innoculations.

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The Capital Area Humane Society is the best of a (usually) bad situation. These animals for whatever reason have been surrendered by their owners to the Humane Society in hopes they will find good homes for them. Compared to other Humane Societies I've been to, this one is very clean and well organized. They take good care of their animals and try to keep them as long as they can. They offer training classes, cheap spay and neuter services and best of all, they try to screen any new potential owners before they allow an adoption.

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The Capital Area Humane Society is the best of a (usually) bad situation. These animals for whatever reason have been surrendered by their owners to the Humane Society in hopes they will find good homes for them. Compared to other Humane Societies I've been to, this one is very clean and well organized. They take good care of their animals and try to keep them as long as they can. They offer training classes, cheap spay and neuter services and best of all, they try to screen any new potential owners before they allow an adoption.

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