"1/2 Price PET" Adoptions

​You probably know by now that when an animal has been at the shelter for one year, we consider them a "free" adoption.  Well, our pets (dogs and cats) usually don't stay at the shelter for that long, but it seems so unfair to keep them any longer than we have to.  So, it has been decided that we will now have 1/2 Price PET Adoptions for those pets that have been at the shelter 6 months or longer.  And, we have been having great success with this program.  Our available pets change monthly, so keep posted, just in case your new best friend might show up on this page!

  Tom came to the shelter on February 16 and we don't think he felt very good either.  Well, after several visits to the doctor and a shot to stop the itch, Tom is doing much better now and most all of his hair has grown back - making him a very handsome silver Tabby cat.  Tom is 3 years old and neutered.  He loves to be petted, just don't overdo.  We think because he wasn't feeling good for a while is why we still have him.  But we think now that he is doing much better he would make someone the purrfect best friend.  Tom is a sweet boy and doesn't require a lot of attention.  Purrfect!

 Phoebe is a beautiful orange Tabby cat with lots of white underneath.  She is about 3 years old and spayed.  Phoebe came to the shelter on March 1, her person became unable to care for her.  She's a shy cat, but does like to be petted.  She's very quiet and pretty much stays to herself, in her room.  We think if she could just go home with a new person she would come out of that shyness and be the best friend ever.  Phoebe just needs a chance. 

 Sassy is absolutely the most beautiful buff colored cat with the softest medium length coat and we just can't imagine why she is still with us.  She came to the shelter on March 8 and really isn't even a shy cat.  She loves people, loves to be petted and doesn't mind being picked up.  Sassy even knows her name.  She is 6 years old and spayed.  Her family had to move and couldn't take her along.  Just come meet Sassy and see if she's not the most purrfect girl and remember she is now a 1/2 price adoption!

 Lexi came to the shelter on  April 25, and not a happy girl at all.  Her person became unable to care for her and she was very shy and nervous at first.  Now, after 6 months, she has become quite friendly, loves to be petted and taken on over.  She is a quiet, very well-mannered cat, actually no trouble at all.  She would just love to have a new person for a little lap-time/nap-time.  She is a sweet girl that would love to meet you today!  Lexi is 3 years old and spayed.

 Pennie is quite the "talker" - not barker, just talker :)  She does have a bark that's not very loud, but if you're not paying attention to her she starts talking to you!  She is 5 years old and spayed, has impeccable manners, is great on a leash and housebroken.  Pennie would be the perfect companion for an elderly person that just wants a quiet dog to "talk" to, lay on the couch and watch tv with, or sit on the porch and watch the world go by.  She can be serious and would also be a great watch dog!  Pennie came to the shelter on April 18 after she had been taken in as a stray.

Boomer is such a sweet boy,  is such a sweet boy, 1-1/2 years old and neutered, a Hound mix.  He loves people and loves to be with them.  The only time he can be a bit of a barker is if he's by himself or in need of attention.  Boomer is great with kids and gets along well with other dogs.  He came to us on May 23, as a stray - possibly got lost while hunting.  Boomer has very nice manners, is great on a leash and we think housebroken!

Bart is a very nice boy, and very handsome as well in his gray Tabby coat and lots of white underneath.  He is 1 year old now and neutered.  Bart came to the shelter on May 31, along with 4 brothers - all now adopted except him and Mozart (they are also a part of our "2furr" adoptions).  Bart was very shy in the beginning, but after a little TLC, he is now a super sweet boy, loves to be petted, not needy, just right!





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