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Tyson’s Place relies on volunteers and monetary donations to support our day-to-day operations. 

Our Mission

Tyson’s Place Animal Rescue’s mission is assisting terminally ill people with finding new families for their pets.


Adoptable Animals

We list pets on our website as soon as they become available for adoption. Because of our mission to help terminally ill people find new homes for their pets, we often take in older animals who are looking to spend their golden years in a loving home.

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Photo of Sassafras

Cat, Adult, Female, Large


Photo of Toby

Dog, Senior, Male, Small


Photo of Koko

Dog, Senior, Male, Small


Photo of Tigger

Tigger "courtesty Post"
Cat, Young, Male, Small


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Meeting the Animals

Where Can You Find Us?

We are a small rescue, and we depend on private foster homes to care for all our animals until they find a permanent home. Since we do not have a facility, you must make an appointment to meet with one of our adoptable animals. Please contact us to arrange a time.

Latest News

Tyson’s Place Animal Rescue Receives Grant from The Grey Muzzle Organization

JAMESTOWN–Tyson’s Place Animal Rescue is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant from The Grey Muzzle Organization. ...
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Lola animal adoption success story

Animal Adoption Success Story: Lola

Lola was the first animal Tyson's Place took in. Today, she is adjusting well to life in her new forever ...
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Cat Adoption Success Story Church

Animal Adoption Success Story: Church

Church (originally named She-She) arrived at the rescue in May 2015 after her beloved owner passed away. Fortunately, she found ...
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Animal Adoption Success Story: Bubba

Bubba is a 17-year-old cockatiel who arrived at our rescue after his owner became too ill to continue caring for ...
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What People Say About Us

I'm a foster home for Tysons. This is a very responsible, ethical, organized and loving organization. They take great care of the animals in the rescue. I would definitely recommend being a foster and/or adopting from Tysons.

Susan Karp

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Great people making a difference for senior dogs and others in the West Michigan area. If you ever thought you were just one person and couldn't make a difference, volunteer to foster! You will make a difference!

Susanna Karbowski

Facebook Review

It is wonderful that such a place exists! People can feel secure that their beloved Pets are safe, will be loved, respected, cared for and placed in a loving new home! 

Gisele Withey

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Tyson's Place Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible.

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