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Services and Programs
Medical Services Provided for Rescued Animals
All adult dogs are tested for heartworm
and vaccinated for rabies and distemper/parvo. Puppies are
vaccinated and wormed.
Sometimes we have cats that cannot live as house pets because they are
shy or fearful of people and prefer the company of other cats and
animals. We do not adopt cats who are suitable to be house pets to
barns, only cats without other options. This is the last chance
for these cats; they have nowhere else to go.
What you need
The farm or barn owners who adopt the cats agree to give them:
Check the "Adoption Center" section on our home page to see current fees for barn cats. Since many of these cats thrive on the company of other cats, be sure to ask about discounts when adopting more than one barn cat at a time.
We provide the same medical services with these cats as we do our house cats.To find out about the barn cats we have available, please call Cheryl at (231) 652-7507.
© 2009 by Lake Haven.
Lake Haven is a non-profit no-kill animal rescue shelter dedicated to the care and adoption of homeless and/or injured dogs, cats, kittens and puppies in the West Michigan area. Lake Haven is a recognized 510(c)3 organization that is 100% volunteer operated.