Cats available for adoption

The following cats are available for adoption from the Erie County Humane Society:
Tom Jackson
Jul 20, 2012


The following cats are available for adoption from the Erie County Humane Society:

•OPAL — Opal is a sweet kitten who enjoys people, dogs and other cats. He came with several siblings who are all adopted. He is 9 months old, neutered, and up to date on vaccines. Opal has had a respiratory problem which could return. The treatment is very inexpensive, due to this medical issue his adoption fee is $15.

•RAGU —  Ragu is a sweet cat who enjoys people, dogs and will adjust to other cats. She is 2 years old, ready to be spayed, and up to date on vaccines.

•TOM AND JERRY — Tom and his deaf brother Jerry are amazing cats who have come to us. Tom is Jerry's caretaker and helps keep him safe. These boys need to go together as a pair. They LOVE children, but due to safety concerns can not go to a home with other animals. They are 2 years old, neutered, feline leukemia and FIV tested, dewormed and up to date on vaccines.

The Humane Society is located at 1911 Superior St., Sandusky. Adoption hours are 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday and 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The shelter is closed Wednesday and Sunday. Normal adoption fees are: Cats/kittens $60, but fees are waived for cats 3 years old or older. Dogs/puppies adoption fees vary. The fees include spaying/neutering and first shots if the kitten is at least 3 months old. The phone number is 419-626-6220.



How much are you paying to take the cats?

dog mama 2

Rick Ross please do not leave comments such as this as  you are a horrible person who has no sense of decorum.  It is hard enough to find a home for these lost animals but, to have you rubbing salt in wounds is ridiculous.  We all know you don't care for cats ok, we get it.  Now unless you have something positive or helpful to say, please go post somewhere else.




 I sure wish Frugal was with us...She posted a pic of a particular breed of a cat that she said she would be interested in having...I think I have found one..He hangs around my hood..and he is friendly.. If he belongs to someone, they should keep him out of my yard..because I'm gonna find him a another home. 


Oh, my, if I didn't already have more than enough cats, I'd adopt Tom and Jerry in a heartbeat! What beautiful boys...

One of my cats looks just like them — snow white from head to toe, and beautiful blue eyes. Even the vet was surprised when she proved to have normal hearing given that it's all too common for cats like her to be hard of hearing or entirely deaf!

For those who might consider adopting these two beauties, please know that I did have a deaf cat many years ago. She was not only gorgeous, but a really sweet pet. As long as these cats are kept entirely indoors, they're not in any danger from their "handicap." And let's be honest, here: Even cats who can hear you just fine don't come when you call them unless they darned well feel like it! :-)


Get a free cat....$60.00 buys a lot of cat food.



Yes, $60 buys a lot of cat food. What it DOESN'T buy, however, is a spay or neuter, shots, and a vet check to ensure a clean bill of health. And ANY responsible pet owner would want those things whether the animal comes with those things (like these do), or they buy and pay for them themselves. That "free" cat (or dog) isn't exactly cheap once you take care of all the important preliminaries, you know...In fact, $60 is a pretty good deal!


no thanxs            another reason we live in the country too.