Pets of the Week
Our featured pets for this week are Cinders and Cami.
Cinders is a lovely 1-year-old black kitty. She was a stray but is very friendly and outgoing. She is one of the first cats to greet and seek interaction with anyone who enters her kitty condo. Cinders gets along just fine with the other cats. When she’s not performing her duties as official greeter, she enjoys napping on the cat perch or hanging by the window soaking up some sunshine. Cinders may not be as flashy as some of the other cats, but she makes up for it with personality plus so please don’t overlook her when you come looking for a special kitty to add to your family.
Cami is a sweet 4-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback mix. She has a rich brown coat with some white markings and weighs about 40 pounds. Cami was surrendered because her owner’s job required too much traveling for him to give her the attention she needed. Cami was a little scared when she first entered the humane society. Most likely she was confused and wondered what happened to her familiar surroundings. Cami is more confident now but would do best in a quieter home. She participates in the doggie playgroups, but she can be a little selective with other female dogs. Are you able to give Cami the second chance at the forever home that she deserves?
We are often asked what items are on our wish list to help us care for the animals. Cleaning products that are used every day include paper towels, liquid laundry detergent, fabric softener sheets, dish soap, hand sanitizer and hand soap. Currently our biggest need for the cats is cat litter. The humane society also needs dog collars and leashes along with toys for both the dogs and kitties. Gift cards to businesses that sell pets supplies or cleaning supplies are very helpful and of course monetary donations are always appreciated and will be used where most needed to help the animals.
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.
‘A change agent’ Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part series about David Milliron, the City of Danville’s... read more