Nofs announces available kennel space for animals affected by oil spill

LANSING — Following reports of animals being overcome by fumes and displaced families being unable to find space for their pets, state Sen. Mike Nofs, R-Battle Creek, Friday released a list of area facilities that have available space for cats and dogs.

“Pets are a precious part of any family and are clearly being affected by this disaster,” Nofs said. “For families who’ve been displaced from their homes due to the oil spill but have been unable to locate accommodations that accept pets, there are still a few area facilities that have boarding space as of Friday afternoon.”

The list of facilities includes:

Marshall Animal Care Center, 713 Brewer St., Marshall 781-5114
Doggie Spa & Play Care, 13416 Preston Drive, Marshall 781-2509
Log Cabin Animal Hospital, 12950 E. Michigan Ave., Ceresco 965-1010
Waggin Tails Retreat, 12235 Six Mile Road, Battle Creek 744-8874

Nofs said that families in need of boarding should contact the facilities directly for fees and requirements.