The mission of the Capital Area Humane Society is to promote the humane treatment of companion animals through protection, placement, education and example.
To Achieve these Goals We:
Operate a shelter and provide adoption programs
Promote the spaying and neutering of all companion animals
Educate adults and children about animal welfare issues
Advocate animal welfare
Investigate reports of animal mistreatment
The Capital Area Humane Society is a companion-animal welfare organization. It is not an animal rights organization. It does not involve itself with issues that are not directly related to the above mission statement. For example, CAHS does not take a stand for or against such issues as hunting, furs, vegetarianism, exotic pets or vivisection (animals used for research purposes).
CAHS receives no tax dollars and relies on donations, fund raisers, bequests (wills), and adoption fees to fund its programs. CAHS is not affiliated with other humane organizations or animal control facilities.
Hours for Animal Adoptions
Monday through Saturday
12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Visit the Capital Area Humane Society's shelter at:
7095 West Grand River Avenue
Lansing, Mi 48906
Four miles west of Capital City Airport. Plan to spend at least one or two hours at the shelter to select the pet that's right for you, your lifestyle, and others in your home.
Adoption fees are as follows:
Puppies (under 5 months of age): $275 Dogs (5 months and over): $175 Senior Dogs (7 years and over): $125 Kittens (under 5 months of age): $125 Cats (5 months and over): $50 Senior Cats (7 years and over): $25
All cats and dogs (including kittens and puppies) are already spayed/neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Rabbits are also spayed and neutered.
The Capital Area Humane Society's animal shelter is located at 7095 W. Grand River Avenue in Lansing, 4 miles west of Capital City Airport. From US-27 South/I-69 West, take exit 81 to Grand River Avenue. From US-27 North/I-96 West, take exit 90 to Grand River Avenue.
From Holt or South Lansing
Drive west then north on I-96, following signs to Grand Rapids. Take the Grand River Avenue exit (#90) and turn right. The shelter is on the right, just past the overpass.
Drive east on I-69 to Lansing, then north on I-69/I-96. Take the Grand River Avenue exit (#90) and turn right. The shelter is on the right, just past the overpass.
From Grand Rapids (or Northwest of Lansing)
Drive east on I-96, take the Grand River Avenue exit and turn left. The shelter is on the right, just past two overpasses.
From DeWitt (or North of Lansing)
Drive southwest on US-27, take exit #81 to Grand Rapids, then take the Francis Road/Grand River exit. Turn left on Francis Road, then left on Grand River. The shelter is on the right, just past the overpass.
From the City of Lansing
Drive west on Grand River Avenue. Drive approximately 3 miles west of Waverly Road or 4 miles west of the airport. The shelter is just before the blue overpass (US-27) on the left.
From East Lansing
Take 127 north to US-27/I-69; drive west/southwest on US-27/ I-69, following signs to Grand Rapids. Take exit #81 then take the Francis Road/Grand River exit. Turn left on Francis Road, then left on Grand River. The shelter is on the right, just past the overpass.
Take Grand River into Lansing and take fork to the right to North Grand River (straight becomes Oakland Ave). Drive through two lights and turn right at third light onto Larch Street. Follow signs to continue on North Grand River under the overpass (NOT BUSINESS 27). The shelter is approximately 8 miles from that point, or 4 miles from the airport. It will be on the left, just before the blue overpass (US-27).
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter