Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Little Tom Izzo - cat needs new home

3yr old son is very allergic to family cat and they can't keep him.  He is good with kids, is declawed in the front, neutered and enjoys being indoors and outdoors.  He has been a good family pet and his name is Little Tom Izzo.  We are all sorry to have to give him up and are hoping to find him a good home.  Please contact Carol at or at home hhone 248-433-0873.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Morgan Mare for Sale

Contact Deb Broomham, cell 734 645 5072   email

13 yr May 22, 15 hh, excellent smooth gaits ( has racked a couple of times but nothing consistent.  I gravel road ride and she has issues with huge gravel and propane truck, combines. cars she is ok.

I ride English pleasure. Paddy Bates ( Paddyngton morgans) bred her.. said she even did lessons. Im an intermediate rider.. a younger girl could get  a lot out of her. Showy, beautiful (I'm stopped on the road all the time how beautiful she is. black bay.:

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Morgan Mare, Munchi
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1,000 pounds
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Horse Skills,

Munchi is a lovely Reg. Morgan mare (Paddyngtons Panda Monium), with wonderful comfortable gaits. She is also a proven brood mare, so a great time to get her ready to breed. She has been ridden in arena, trail riding in woods, fields and roads, and was a lesson horse too. She is a full reg Morgan, excellent breeding (5 foals last one took 1st at the futurity against 24!). Really comfortable gaits, walks in water, on trails, walks over logs, etc. I would say for an intermediate rider (I am),

 13 yrs in May, 15hh. UTD on all vaccinations, coggins, de-worming and shoes 4-1-15. She rides English pleasure for me, but was previously also ridden western, and classic trails (fields, woods, parks). I absolutely love her gaits, very smooth canter! Yes, I have ridden her this spring and she is a great ride. She loves people and comes right up to you for treats (hence her name). Excellent for farrier, (has shoes on now, all around) easy to handle on the ground, cross ties, etc, loves people. Price is pretty firm, a little wiggle room. She is worth more as a brood mare with her pedigree and history let alone her smooth gaits. She can park and has racked a couple of times too.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Rabbit needs good home!

We received a call from a Mike Seely whos daughter has a Black Dutch rabbit. It's half black/half white, female, 14mos old. If you are interested in rescuing this little girl please contact Mike at 248.342.2258 as soon as possible.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Tracy and Polly need loving home!

If anyone affiliated with 4-H would be interested in adopting 2 mice Marybeth will provide a the living quarters, bedding, water  bottle and if anyone is interested, Marybeth will provide food/bedding for a negotiable amount of time.  "Polly" came to her house from a high school science class.  "Tracy" was purchased. They look healthy and enjoy their exercise wheel. If you are interested in adopting Tracy and Polly please contact Marybeth at
POLLY (black)                                                                                            TRACY (gold)

Rooster in need of a good home!

Please contact Paul at to get more information regarding this rooster.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Rescued Cat Needs Home!

I'm writing you on the advice of a woman I spoke with at the Bowers farm in Bloomfield Hills. I am sadly looking for a new home for my cat, Joseph. He is a stray I rescued last year from the streets of Detroit. He is a male black-and-white tuxedo cat, neutered, with his claws, and who has gotten all of his shots. He is a really wonderful cat who has gotten along well with my other cat and with my kids. He is never bitten or scratched at all. He has a great disposition. Incredibly friendly. Very cute and cuddly.

The only problem we have is that he does not use the litter box. This is because the vet says he has something called feline interstitial cystitis. We have tried to treat it but nothing has worked. Because of this problem, he tends to urinate in the house. This is been going on for a year. I don't know what else to do but to try to find a farm somewhere where he might be able to live in a barn. He is an indoor/outdoor cat who actually loves spending most of his time outside. I'm unwilling to take him anywhere where I think he'll be killed, and I'm not going to abandon him. So I'm writing in the hopes that you might be able to spread the word about my cat and try to find him a new home, somewhere where he can be cared for and live in an environment that is appropriate for him.

I appreciate any suggestions or references you might have. If we can find a new home for him, we're willing to provide a gift card for $100 to a pet supply store for food and other supplies.

Thanks so much for your help. Please give me a call or let me know if you need any other information. You can reach me at I have attached a few photos of Joseph so you can see how cute he is. :)Krista Jahnke