Midland Humane Coalition's Pet of the Week and PSAs

Jan. 23 via Midland Humane Coalition

Pet of the Week

Hallo (pictured above) is a 6-month-old female domestic short hair with beautiful gold and brown tabby markings. She is very bold in her kennel and seeks affection from those who come near her. Hallo will follow you around and may be all in your business! If you want a super friendly kitty, who prefers her feet on the ground, then she may be a perfect match for you!

Volunteer Orientation

Would you like to hang out with cats and dogs who are hungry for love and attention? Volunteer at MHC and meet some furry friends!

Yes, you get to play, walk, talk and engage with our adorable Adoptables while they wait for their forever homes! Change a pet's path and brighten up their days at the Adoption Center! Trust us, seeing their little faces light up and their tails wag at the sight of you will make it worth your time.

If you are interested in volunteering hands-on with adoptable pets at MHC's Enhanced Adoption Center, we invite you to come to the Volunteer Orientation, which is held on the second Monday of each month.

This orientation is specifically for volunteers who wish to work at MHC's Adoption Center. If you prefer volunteering at our community or special events, please email volunteer@midlandhumane.org!

Legacy hours are available, but you must be 18 years or older to volunteer at our Adoption Center.

Van and Joe Mabee Wellness and Treatment Center

You can help make the Van and Joe Mabee Wellness and Treatment Center a reality. MHC is thanking donors who give at least $2,500 with naming rights for areas of the proposed center. A naming opportunity is the perfect way to honor or memorialize a family member or pet, who will then become a permanent part of MHC’s history and day‐to‐day lifesaving legacy. Corporate naming opportunities are another great way for an organization to show their ongoing commitment to our growing Midland community.

More than just a shelter 

At nearly 30,000 square feet and situated on 7 acres, the state-of-the-art Van and Joe Mabee Wellness and Treatment Center will provide a temporary safe haven for animals waiting to be adopted. 

The Wellness and Treatment Center will be: 

  • a fully equipped Wellness and Treatment Center for pets that will be able to provide health care, rehabilitation and socialization for a greater number of rescued pets.
  • a venue for low-cost clinics that will offer affordable pet care services to the community, such as spay/neuter, vaccination and microchipping.
  • a place where the public can access a variety of programs for pets including obedience classes, pet therapy and puppy play classes.
  • a space for education and sharing resources about pet health and wellness and animal welfare.

People from the Midland community will be able to access walking and jogging paths to walk their dogs. Resident cats and dogs will have ample play areas and plenty of space to run wild and free. 

The new Wellness and Treatment Center will not only be a safe haven for pets but also provide a place for our community to be interactive partners in creating a better future for Midland's pets. 

Donate to our Capital Campaign

Gifts of Cash

The easiest and most direct way of supporting Midland Humane Coalition’s Capital Campaign is a gift of cash.

Gifts of Stock

Avoid capital gains through a gift of highly appreciated stock while taking a full value deduction on your tax returns.

Recurring Monthly Donation

Recognizing that many caring people may not have the capacity to make a sizable gift at any one time, we suggest the alternative of making a smaller gift on a monthly basis.

Matching Gifts

Many corporate employers will match their employees’ gift to a 501(c)(3) non‐profit. If your company has such a program, please request their matching gift form and send the completed form to us.


Leave a legacy of love by remembering Midland Humane Coalition in your will.