DBCHS Pets of the week, October 24

Published 6:36 am Wednesday, October 24, 2018


Contributing Writer

This week our featured pets are Sugar and Colton.

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Sugar is a gorgeous four-year-old tabby and white cat that was surrendered to the humane society because her owner could no longer care for her. The first thing you will notice about Sugar are her beautiful blue eyes! Sugar has a calm disposition and she is a little reserved in the new environment of the humane society. She would do best in a quieter home with a new owner who is willing to give her a little time to adjust. Are you the special person who can give this precious kitty the second chance at her forever home?



Colton is an energetic 10-month-old mixed breed pup. He was a stray so we don’t have any background information about this fellow, but he is a happy fellow, very outgoing and full of joy. He will greet you with a big smile and a wagging tail. Colton has adorable, large perky ears and he seems to be a good listener and quick learner. Colton has been neutered and he’s ready for a fresh start as a fun and loyal companion!

We have a couple of events this month that you won’t want to miss!! Come and eat at Fazoli’s in Danville tomorrow (Thursday) between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. and support the DBCHS! When you purchase your meal mention the humane society and Fazoli’s will donate back 20 percent of the price of your meal to the DBCHS to help the animals!

Join us on Wednesday,  Oct. 31 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Trick or Treat on Main sponsored by The Heart of Danville. Visit our table near Weisiger Park by the Courthouse for treats for kids and pups. We will also have a costume contest for the doggies with judging at 6 p.m. There will be prizes in several categories so start working on your canine costumes and come out for a howling good time!!

Low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter surgery is available for pet owners with low and fixed incomes. Call our Happy Paws Clinic today at (859) 691-1137 for an appointment. Please help control pet over-population by having your pet spayed or neutered.