Store employees are hoping to find homes for 100 or more cats and kittens from May 31 to June 2.
Pet Supplies Plus
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Monday, November 5, 2012
The Highland Substation, and Pet Supplies Plus in White Lake, will be a collection site for the annual coat drive hosted by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.
Oakland County Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard is asking the community to go into their closets and donate new or clean, gently-used coats as part of the 26th annual “Coats for the Cold” Coat Drive. The dates for this year’s coat drive are Nov. 5 through Nov. 30. Drop off collections in White Lake and Highland include: All collection boxes or PODS will be marked with signage. The “Coats for the Cold” coat drive was created by Sheriff Bouchard and has grown over the past 26 years. An exciting addition to the coat drive this year is the partnership with the Oakland Pet Adoption Center: For each coat donated (up to five coats), individual donors may take $10 off (up to $50 off) the cost of adopting a dog or a cat from the Oakland Pet Adoption …
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
'Kitty City' is the new, free-roaming, cat adoption center at Pet Supplies Plus in White Lake off M-59. It opened last week, and the store says it's goal is to boost cat adoptions in Oakland County.
When Addy Shattuck, owner of three Pet Supplies Plus stores in Oakland County, opened the first Kitty City adoption center in 2011, she never dreamed that so many felines would find good homes as a result of her custom-designed cat habitat. Her success with the first Kitty City has led to the opening of Kitty City II at Shattuck’s Pet Supplies Plus store in White Lake Township. Kitty City II is identical to the original Kitty City at Pet Supplies Plus in Bloomfield Hills. Both are free-roaming, cage free adoption centers, designed by Shattuck, that enable kitties waiting for new homes to watch the birds outside through floor-to-ceiling windows, lounge in miniature arm chairs, and enjoy the soft breeze of an overhead ceiling fan. Shattuck …