DBCHS, Pets of the week July 24

Published 9:33 pm Tuesday, July 23, 2019

This week our featured pets are Roxie and Harley.

Roxie is a pretty 9-month-old solid gray kitty. She was surrendered to the humane society because her owner was not able to care for all of her pets. Roxie has a cute little face with expressive golden eyes. She has plenty of playful energy and loves to interact with people. Roxie also gets along with other cats. She has now been spayed and received her vaccinations and is ready for a fresh start in a new home. This gorgeous girl will make a fun and loving addition to most any family in search of a feline companion.

Harley is a handsome 2-year-old Chocolate Lab. His owner had some major life changes, including a long distance move, and was not able to care for Harley during the process. He is a very friendly and outgoing fellow and knows some basic commands. Harley is big, active and would do great with a family that will give him the exercise and attention that he deserves. A fenced in yard or daily walks and time to spend with his people will keep Harley a happy boy. Consider Harley if you are looking for a loyal and devoted lifelong friend. 



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It is mid-summer and along with the hot weather comes “kitten season”. The humane society takes in close to 100 cats and kittens each month during this time of year. Giving a homeless kitty the gift of adoption is certainly one way to help. But there are other ways you can assist with the care of so many cats. The humane society needs donations of kitten chow and cat litter. Monetary gifts are always appreciated and used to purchase supplies and veterinary care for the animals. Another way to help the kittens is to become a foster. To learn more about fostering and how to apply please call the humane society at (859) 238-1117 or email dbchs@bellsouth.net.    

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.