Cats available for adoption

The following cats are available for adoption from the Erie County Humane Society.
Tom Jackson
Dec 7, 2012

• Garcia, a 4-month-old girl, is lovable and playful.

• Macy, a 4-month-old tabby, is energetic and ready for a good home.

• Michael, a 6-month-old male, Michael is a high-energy boy but also a friendly lap cat.

• Candi, a 1-year-old, is a lovable lap cat.

• Larry, a 3-month-old, is energetic, friendly and loves to play.

• Porter, a lovable 1-year-old cat, is ready to head to a good home.

The Humane Society is at 1911 Superior St., Sandusky. Adoption hours are 12:30-4:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 12:30-5 p.m. Thursday, and 12:30-4 p.m. Saturday. The shelter is closed Wednesday and Sunday. Normal adoption fees are: cats and kittens $25 to$100; dogs and puppies adoption fees vary. Fees include spaying/neutering and first shots if the kitten is at least 3 months old. Call 419-626-6220.

 

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DEEPsix

we have two black & white brother, CATS< 6 months old, "dizzy Izzie & Abe" we want to take to the Human Society.... if anyone would like to meet them, leave a message, we will deliver. Fine trained boys, love our dog, and they are precious. sad to see them go, but its a must.

MBR

Please please please make sure you do not give your sweet puppy or kitty away "Free to a Good Home". I work in dog rescue and so many times, "Free to a Good Home" lands a dog in an abusive household or worse. Even if you think your dog won’t fight, docile dogs and cats are used as bait in dog fighting rings.

We had a couple come through an adoption event and recognize one of our dogs as the one their mom gave away "free to a good home" when she moved. The dog we had was at the pound and almost put to sleep because he had been there so long.

ALWAYS charge a nominal "re-homing" fee - usually around $50 to $100. This will keep people who cannot afford a dog or dog fighters away. People value what they pay for!

If it's for a bully breed I STRESS the dog fighting aspect. If you just don't feel right charging that much, then at least have them fill out an application and require a reference and be certain to check it. If there is work required in getting a cat or dog, then only serious people willing to offer a forever home will come forward. I am more than happy to send you a generic application.