Animal Cops TV Schedule
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Tuesday June 4
Rush Hour Rescue
On the West Side of Detroit, MHS Investigators are called to rescue two dogs seen living in squalor in a backyard. A runaway dog brings the freeway to a standstill.
House of Cats
Investigator Shawn Hairston of the Michigan Humane Society is called to a house on Detroit's East Side that is overrun with cats, but little does the MHS know how extreme this case will turn out to be.
A family of puppies are brought to the Michigan Humane Society after suffering from heat stroke. Investigator Shawn Hairston goes to the house where the puppies were from, only to find more dogs in trouble. Hairston rushes the dogs back to the clinic.
Investigators MacDonald and Ramos respond to a call about a pet owner who has abandoned his animals and left them in terrible conditions. Also, investigators Jones and Hairston deal with a complaint about an alligator kept as a pet in an apartment.
Wednesday June 5
Agents find exotic animals being kept in a house and they must be removed. Next, they follow up on a call about nine dogs being kept in a house. The dogs are well cared for but nine is too many to cope with.
Investigator Ramos and Jones team up to deal with an eight-foot long Burmese python and a tank full of rats. Investigator MacDonald and Jones are confronted by a chow whose thick coat is in such a mess that her health could be threatened.
Investigator Hairston and Dowe have been called out to rescue a dog that has fallen into an open manhole. Their first attempt ends in failure, so Dowe volunteers for the difficult and risky task of getting into the hole to try to save the animal.
More than Bargained For
Investigator Shawn Hairston and Field Agent Mike Dowe are responding to call about a dog abandoned in an empty house that may have had puppies. Hairston and Dowe find the dog and six puppies. Then they find much, much, more than they bargained for.