Adoption Program

RETIRED BLOOD DONORS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

Animals Needing Adoption || Animal Adoption Success Stories

 

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Animal Blood Resources International is an all species blood bank. We partner with the rescue community to provide a working solution for unwanted adult cats and dogs. After a year of service providing lifesaving blood components, every animal is available for adoption into permanent homes. Animals are in great health and behavior tested. If you are looking for a loyal pet companion, give Animal Blood Resources a call today at (517) 851-8244.

Can’t have a pet of your own? Become a member of our volunteer team who groom cuddle, walk and play with our in-house donors. All volunteers are required to attend a one-hour training session, which are conducted quarterly. Youth volunteers (ages 10-17) must be accompanied by a parent.

Please call Diane Carpenter at (517) 851-8244 for an appointment to meet our retired blood donors.

Diane Carpenter
(517) 851-8244
PO Box 609
Stockbridge, MI 49285
dcarpenter@abrint.net

Animals Needing Adoption

Bean

Bean, a four year old domestic short hair, is one of the sweetest, most loving cats to ever come through the door at Animal Blood Resources International. Since Bean arrived three years ago, he's donated blood to help other cats in need.

Bean's service has been appreciated, but we think it's time for him to retire to a forever home. Do you have room in your heart for this cute little guy?

Bean is neutered, litter box trained, micro-chipped, current on his vaccinations and dentistry. His adoption fee is a $25 donation to the Ingham County Animal Control.

Bean's profile on Petfinder.com can be found here.

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Adoption Success Stories

 

Hope

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Hope, one of our rescues, after being adopted is now a successful agility dog. She was adopted before ever becoming a donor.

In the first picture she was in agility training. She loved it. The second photo is how she looks waiting for a treat.

 

 

Mitch

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Cheryl and Curlie adopted Mitch. He is getting along well with her dogs. Her husband is a night owl and sometimes falls alseep on the couch and she found Mitch sleeping there with him his first night.

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