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8B -- The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, March 26, 1998


The Michigan Daily Weekend M





Photostory by Adriana

A little bit of love goes a long way, and for more than 100 years the
Humane Society of Huron Valley has served the needs of orphaned,
injured and unwanted animals in Washtenaw County. Offering med-
ical, rescue and adoption services 365 days per year, the Humane
Society has a mission to not only help animals in the area, but to
educate the public about responsible attitudes toward pets. Services
such as wildlife rehabilitation, summer day camps for children, com-
munity group presentations and animal-facilitated therapy are
offered by the Humane Society. As long as a need exists, this fur-lov-
ing team of employees and volunteers has pledged to work to pre-
serve and protect the dignity of animal life.

Clockwise from top left: Jerry Calmeyn brings his ch
in for her shots regularly. Lilley, the friendl dalmati
every day. Employee Jerroud Mitchell cuddles with .
waiting to be adopted. Though there's lots of work t
Ziegler makes sure that his babies get lots of attentic
of care and exercise, and while out for a breath of fre
stops to wonder when he'll find a loving home.
The Humane Society of Huron Valley can be reache(

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