Rating: 4.96 stars 54 54 reviews 1,907
P.O. Box 730 Charlotte MI 48813 USA
Voiceless-MI is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit and State of Michigan non-profit established in August 2009 . We work to create change for companion animals by caring for those in need through our foster-care system, helping to reduce the unwanted pet population with spay/neuter programs, and supporting efforts and initiatives that benefit the protection of animals. We advocate abolishing pound seizure and are against animal cruelty. Voiceless-MI supports humane education programs for the public and encourages respect and compassion for all animals. We strive to be the voice for the voiceless.
We have gotten many grants to support our low income spay/neuter program. We have also taken on many high cost emergency medical problems for our fosters.
shelter animals & to help end pet overpopulation
Direct beneficiaries per year:
to fix over 1,100 dogs/cats for Michiganders
Geographic areas served:
dog & cat fostercare, low income spay/neuter program, Trap-Neuter-Return program, community education
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Voiceless-Mi has helped the mis treated pit bulls and over breeding every year by offering a $10 spay and nuter
Program for Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes for low income individuals.
I adopted my two cats through Voiceless. The entire team was very helpful through every step of the process and helped me during a rough patch in trying to social my new cat with my first cat. It was very obvious to me that they truly care about helping all animals.
Voiceless Michigan provides many wonderful services for the animals and people in our community. Also they raise awareness on other issues affecting the animals in our state and work on passing bills in congress to change the way things are done to provide a better life for all animals all around. They also have many wonderful animals up for adoption. We adopted the best cat we have ever had through them.
When I became too ill to continue to spay & neuter a feral colony that I was feeding, Voiceless-MI stepped in and trapped/neutered about 10 cats for me. As my health has improved I can now continue again on my own. I hope to volunteer in the future.
Voiceless-MI has helped so many low income families here in the Lansing area keep the pet population down. Without their assistance I could not have gotten the 1 feral cat I trapped and a kitten that was just dropped off fixed . They have also helped with placement of so many animals in need, which that number is growing daily. Find them on Facebook and join/follow their page for ALL the latest news.
Voiceless rescures dogs and cat from kill shelters often hours before that animal will be put to death. The only reason these animal were on the kill list was because of over population at that particular shelter. Each animal is taken into the home of one of voiceless member and provided with loving care and any medical treatment the animal requires. I have gotten two great dogs from them and I love them dearly and I am so greatful that Voiceless rescued these animal for me. Thank you Voiceless from the bottom of my heart.
The people that run and work with Voiceless-MI are top notch. They go the extra mile to help the animals.
Voiceless is a true advocate for animals and through their dedication our community benefits. This organization has a website that is user friendly and makes coordinating medical care for our animals painless. Thank you Voiceless for all you do!
Dedicated people tirelessly work on behalf of the Voiceless of Michigan, from feral cat TNR, pittie spay & neuter, vaccination clinics, political activism, wolf advocacy, and of course fostering dogs and cats for adoption. My family has welcomed two delightful dogs. Big happy Mac had a short time with us but gave BIG LOVE to everyone, and Little Richard, now Spike, has taken the torch. Especially urgent is the campaign to end gas chamber euthanasia at shelters in Michigan. Voiceless is the vanguard in this effort.
They were really great with helping me get my cats fixed when I couldn't afford it.