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February 17, 1989 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-17

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expansion of their office to Wes t Bloomfield
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BAUME & MERCIER

When a person gets a pet, he takes on a respon
sibility. He promises to provide food, water, shelter
and love. In return, he gets the animal's unwavering
loyalty and devotion. It's like an unwritten contract
between man and animal. Seeing this contract broken
is the saddest part of the work we do.
Sometime around the first of the year, somebody
broke his contract with Murphy. On the night of
January 3rd, one of the coldest nights of the winter, a
Michigan Humane Society (MHS) rescue driver,
responding to a call from a concerned Detroit woman,
picked up a cold, hungry and frightened 3-year•old
shepherd mix we named Murphy. Had the woman
not called — had the MHS not responded — no doubt
Murphy would have starved or frozen to death.
Helping animals like Murphy is the very heart of
the Michigan Humane Society. But for every Murphy;
there's a Ginger and a Pete and thousands of others
just like them. Victims of broken contracts and
shattered dreams. It's a challenge vve face year-round
But is especially tough this time of year, when
a bitter winter night can get to the animals
before we can_
That's why we need your help now.
\bur contribution, no matter how small, will help .
us continue to get those animals on the street off the
street, the first step toward finding
them a warm and loving home.
This Valentine's Day, make
a donation to the Michigan
Humane Society. It'll warm
more than the hearts of animals
like Murphy

This Valentine's Day
there are some who need more
than their hearts warmed.

GENEVE

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The Michigan Humane Society is a non-profit organization funded by
private contributions. All ecntributions are tax deductible Thank you
fix- caring.

Please male checlz payable to. Michigan Humane Soder,
'401 Chrysler °rite, Detroit., fill 48211.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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