Public’s help needed in finding homes

The co-founder of a Sturgis-area rescue agency for dogs and cats is appealing to the public for a home for the remaining animals before discontinuing operations.

Lois Rosenberg, who helped establish Pet Haven in 1998, announced late last year that she and partners Diana and Rick Capman decided to end Pet Haven. A lack of sustaining funds and people interested in adopting pets were major factors in the decision.

Rosenberg said she has 10 dogs remaining before she will focus on trying to find homes for nearly 30 cats.

She said all of the 10 remaining dogs at her Burr Oak Township farm have good personalities and would make perfect additions to the right family.

Proof of consistent veterinary care of current pets must be provided, Rosenberg said. All Pet Haven dogs are current on rabies vaccinations and kennel licenses. Rosenberg is waiving adoption fees but asks for a nominal fee to cover care for DHLPP.

All cats are spayed and neutered.

More information about Pet Haven, and its remaining dogs and cats, may be obtained by phoning 651-4237.

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