Berrien County Animal Control gives reunited flood victims ‘Pet Packs’

BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. – As the Berrien County Animal Control continues to care for displaced pets due to recent flooding, they have created “Starter Pet Packs” as the animals are reunited with their owners.

The owners of the displaced dogs will receive food and water dishes, a collar, a leash, and dog food.

The owners of the cats will receive food and water dishes, a collar, litter, a litterbox, and a carrier if necessary.

If Animal Control has your pet because of evacuation, call to make arrangements to be reunited.

  • Business hours: (269) 927-5648
  • Non-business hours: (269) 983-7141

Berrien County Animal Control is looking for assistance to restock the following supplies:

  • Bleach
  • Blankets
  • Kitty litter
  • Paper towels
  • Small plastic litterboxes
  • Double sided cat bowls
  • Metal dog bowls
  • Laundry detergent
  • Dawn dish soap

Animal Control is focusing on donations more than the need of volunteers at this time.

Evacuated pet owners can call 211 to get information on kennels in the area and pet-friendly hotels.

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