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Dear ICACS Volunteers and Staff: Thank You.

Friday, March 28th, 2014

icacs ha 4 Recently, the Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter (ICACS) bestowed an amazing honor on AnnaBelle’s Pet Station: Corporate Humanitarian of the Year for 2013. We are honored, proud, and humbled. There are many amazing people, businesses, and organizations who contribute so much to animal welfare in our community in countless ways.

icacs trisha dylanWe support events, promote the animals available for adoption, help raise money for the shelter, and offer free and discounted training services. But, each and every day, there are dozens of people at the shelter walking dogs, caring for puppies, kittens, bunnies and more, cleaning up after the animals, and giving their love to all the animals in the shelter and foster care. Every day, they are on the roller coaster of amazing success stories and heartbreaking cases of abuse and neglect. These are the people who give not just their time; they give their blood, sweat, tears, hearts and so much more to animals in need in our community.

icacs HAYes, we have made contributions to ICACS in many ways and love to do so. But, the honor of this award was even being included in the same room with all of those who are working in the trenches, saving lives, and making our community safer every day. We want the shelter staff and volunteers know how much we honor and respect their work. And without them, our small contributions would be meaningless.

Thank you shelter friends, for all you do. Much love, from the Team at AnnaBelle’s.


ICAC Community Outreach Center Grand Opening!

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

Outreach Center Opening Flyer(R)-1

CAHS Annual Run/Walk for the Animals – October 6, 2012

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

What: Capital Area Humane Society’s 5k Walk and/or Fun Run (with your dog!)

When: Saturday, October 6, 2012. 8:30 am – 2 pm

Where: Fitzgerald Park in Grand Ledge

You can register and join the Team AnnaBelle’s Pack!

Download event brochure.


The Capital Area Humane Society challenges you to raise funds and awareness for the homeless animals in need in mid-Michigan. Whether you wish to walk, run or simply register to be a fundraiser, your efforts will help provide food, shelter and care for up to 290 animals every single day! We serve more than 10,000 needy animals each year and we can’t do it without the support of the community!

There is no actual fee for registration. Each participant in the Walk for the Animals can donate money on their own, ask friends and family for support or even come up with creative fundraisers to help raise support for the animals. Any money is great and there is no minimum required for participation.

In order to receive incentives, such as the Walk for the Animals t-shirt, doggy bandanas and other fun rewards for your great work, you must be registered and you must attain certain dollar levels attributed to each incentive. Please visit the Incentive Item tab for more information on specific incentives.

If you know already that you would like to participate, please CLICK HEREFor more info.

Bark in the Park With Animal Placement Bureau!

Friday, September 14th, 2012

Registration form:

Preuss Pets Presents: Keep Our Animals SAFE! at the Lansing Lugnuts Fan Appreciation Day

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Enjoy Fan Appreciation Day with the Lansing Lugnuts and support local animal welfare at the same time! Sponsored by Preuss Pets located in Oldtown Lansing. Donate $20 to Ingham County Animal Control and get a FREE ticket to the Lugnuts game on September 3, 2012 at 2:05 pm along with a Preuss Pets 30th Anniversary t-shirt. And don’t miss Rick Preuss throwing out the first ceremonial pitch!

It’s super easy to donate! Go to Preuss Pets in Oldtown to make your donation and you’ll get a voucher for the baseball game and they’ll take your t-shirt order. You can then pick up your ticket and your t-shirt at the Preuss Pets booth on game day!

Featured Adoptable Dog from ICACS – RJ!

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

RJ is a very sweet and loving Pomeranian, about 1 to 3 years of age. He is a lap dog and constantly wants to be near you. He would make a wonderful companion for someone looking to take a dog with them everywhere (making sure not to leave him in the car in the heat!). He is playful with other dogs but does get a little jealous when other dogs are getting attention.

Interested in RJ? Contact Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter! 517.676.8370.

Wash & Wear Dog Wash to Benefit Local Animal Rescue – July 28, 2012!

Saturday, June 30th, 2012

Don’t miss this super fun dog-friendly event to benefit local animal welfare and rescue! All proceeds go to Voiceless-MI and Animal Placement Bureau. Join us for a wash & wear dog bath, a great raffle with fun prizes, dog training demonstrations, Jewelry by Cha Cha, cooling pools, and yummy snacks for you and your pooch.

Supported by Bake ‘n Cakes, John W. Bissell, PC, and Karen Duling Quilts.

Want to donate items for the raffle? Email

Are You the Special Person Cami Needs for the Next Leg of her Journey to Happiness?

Saturday, June 30th, 2012

Cami (short for Camino, Spanish for journey) was liberated from the streets of Chicago and brought to Lansing in December 2011. When she first arrived, Cami was treated for a gunshot wound, injuries sustained from a vehicle, and malnourishment. She was skittish, fearful, hypervigilant, and easily startled. Six months later, Cami is a healthy, playful, and affectionate companion. She lives for long naps in the sun, laying on her back in the grass while having her belly rubbed, and playing chase and rough-housing with her people. She is completely house trained; not one accident in the house ever! She is highly intelligent, listens well, and learns quickly.

While Cami is a great dog in so many ways and has experienced tremendous gains in her physical and emotional health, she continues to be highly reactive to unfamiliar dogs, cats and people, especially men. Carol Hein-Creger, training director and owner of the Canine Training Center, says “Cami is an extremely intelligent dog and has a good understanding of basic obedience commands. She would benefit from a confident, secure owner that can appreciate her many qualities while working to gain her trust. She will give her heart to the right person.” Carol is offering a free set of classes for anyone who adopts Cami. With love, patience, time, and of course good training, Cami will be a terrific companion and live a long, happy life.

If you are interested in meeting Cami or would like more information, contact Adrienne at 517-420-0088.

HEART Vaccination Clinic – July 1, 2012

Sunday, June 17th, 2012

H.E.A.R.T. (Helping Eaton Animals Resource Team) is hosting a FREE pet vaccination clinic at Soldan’s in Charlotte on July 1, 2012.  Vaccinations are FREE to those who qualify and a low-cost option is also available.  Dr. Joyce Heideman of Southside Animal Hospital is kindly donating her expert services!

Download PDF flier: heart vaccination clinic flier2

FREE Pet Vaccinations to Eaton County MI Residents in Need!

Sunday, May 27th, 2012

If you are an Eaton County, MI resident and cannot afford to vaccinate your pets, H.E.A.R.T. can help! Please complete the online application or call 517.481.3495 for a paper application.  To download the informational flier: heart vaccination info flier.