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Humane Society Officer Nurtures Tiny Pointer Pups, May 1946

Humane Society Officer Nurtures Tiny Pointer Pups, May 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1946
Caption
What Is Home Without Mother: When the mother of these two thoroughbred pointer pups died a week ago their owner despaired of keeping them alive. Feeding them first with an eye dropper, then with a bottle and a nipple, Human Society Officer William Douglas kept them alive.

Humane Society Hopes Eight Pups Will Be Placed In Christmas Stockings, December 1948

Humane Society Hopes Eight Pups Will Be Placed In Christmas Stockings, December 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 22, 1948
Caption
Right Size For Children's Christmas Stocking: Six of eight puppies eligible and hopeful of finding masters by Christmas romp under the stern surveillance of Hamlet, a great dane, at the Humane Society shelter. The all-black dogs are cocker spaniels, and the black-and-whites are a combination of springer spaniel and shepherd. Along with at least 30 adult dogs, the shelter also has 20 cats for give-away. Hamlet, however, is not among them. He's the property of Jack Marshall, humane officer.

Humane Society Headquarters, Cherry Hill Rd., August 1956

Humane Society Headquarters, Cherry Hill Rd., August 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 24, 1956
Caption
County Humane Society: Headquarters for the Washtenaw Humane Society is this animal shelter at 3113 Cherry Hill Rd. The shelter, believed to be one of the finest in the U.S., was built at an estimated cost of $100,000. Features include radiant heated floors, an automatic air purification system and fresh drinking water running to all cages.

Outdoor Cages of Lost or Unwanted Dogs at Humane Society Shelter, May 1957

Outdoor Cages of Lost  or Unwanted Dogs at Humane Society Shelter, May 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1957
Caption
'Adoptable' Dogs: Long rows of cages, such as this, house lost or unwanted dogs at the Washtenaw Humane Society Shelter. They may be adopted. This row of cages is filled, but some of the pups ducked inside when a photographer pointed his camera. The shelter is at 3113 Cherry Hill Rd., just south of Dixboro in Superior Township.

Tags for Lost or Unwanted Dogs and Cats at Humane Society Shelter, May 1957

Tags for Lost or Unwanted Dogs and Cats at Humane Society Shelter, May 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1957
Caption
Tags Tell Story: These tags serve to identify lost or unwanted dogs and cats. Red tags (darker here) denote animals no long wanted by owners and outnumber the yellow tags which refer to lost animals. The shelter may need an addition in the future.