• 48°

Pets of the Week — Christmas 2019

Our featured pets this week are Shadow and Tucker.

Shadow is a 1-year-old black cat that was brought in as a stray. He has medium length fur with cute tuffs of hair coming from his ears and big golden eyes that really stand out against his dark coat. Shadow is a very friendly fellow with a calm personality. He likes to be held and enjoys a soft blanket for his naps. Shadow has been neutered and is ready to go home with you if you choose him for adoption. It’s a fact that black dogs and kitties have a harder time getting adopted, but don’t overlook this handsome boy. Shadow will make a wonderful companion and a great lap warmer for the cold winter days ahead.

Tucker is a handsome 2-year-old Pit Bull mix. He was a stray and his owner has not been found so he has received all his vetting to get him ready for a fresh start in a loving home. Tucker is friendly with people and other dogs. He’s a stoutly built fellow and is mostly white with brown head and tail and a few spots in between. Tucker has an intelligent eye and tries to please and loves to give kisses. Tucker enjoys his play time and would do well where he will be given plenty of exercise and be included in family activities. Come for a meet and greet and see if Tucker is your perfect match.

We send holiday greetings to all our friends in the community! We appreciate the wonderful job that our dedicated volunteers do to help keep our programs running smoothly and make them such a success. We thank everyone who supports the humane society both monetarily and with supplies to help us care for the animals. We also thank our adopters who opened their hearts and homes to over 640 dogs, cats, kittens and puppies during 2019.  We wish everyone and their pets a wonderful holiday season and all the best in the upcoming New Year.

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.