Harbor Happenings
August Edition
Every year, hundreds of pets die from heat exhaustion because they are left in parked vehicles.
Don't be a statistic! Click the "hot" bulldog to learn more on Pets left in Vehicles.
Te Fiti
Te Fiti is a beautiful noblewoman that would love to fill the empty rooms of your home and your heart. She has been a trooper adjusting to shelter life, but a home is what she is used to having. Te Fiti isn't the only older cat we have at the shelter. Bellwether has several that would amaze you. Stop into the shelter and visit with any one of our cats. We have a variety of felines that will inspire you! Interested in Te Fiti? You can fill out an  online adoption application .
The Bellwether volunteer program offers a wide range of opportunities. Taking care of all of our animal friends and making fundraisers happen, takes a lot of good help and caring people. As little as two or three hours a week of your time makes a huge difference!
If you would like to volunteer, you can stop into the shelter during our open hours and fill out an application. Applications for volunteering are also available online. Click here for online application . Volunteers must be 15 years of age and are required to attend an orientation which will acquaint you with the shelter, our policies and procedures.
Edward Jones donates to Bellwether
We are blown away by the generosity of our Edward Jones Regional Offices! They donated $500 worth of Pet and Shelter Supplies and $500 to us! Thank you to the offices in Fremont, Alma, Grand Haven, Gladwin, Ludington, N. Muskegon, Mainstee, Spring Lake, Reed City, Cadillac, Mt Pleasant, Muskegon, Newaygo, Coopersville, Big Rapids and Fruitport. A special thank you to Cheryl Swenson from the Newaygo Office for coordinating.
Animal Spotlight 
Rosie O came to us from another local shelter. She was a great big girl (to the tune of 130lbs!) With daily exercise, Rosie has lost a few pounds and would love a walking buddy, to keep up her routine!
Rosie would prefer a home where she is either the only fur child or with another large dog that will coexist without expecting any silly play. She is not fond of cats or small dogs. Rosie really wants to be in a home where love is unconditional and bountiful.

 Visit  Bellwether Harbor  to learn more about each animal. 
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