Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Adoptable Pets at the Noble County Humane Shelter

I have been volunteering at the Humane Shelter of Noble County, and one of the things I offered to do was take pictures of adoptable animals and post them on Facebook and on my website.  The shelter is currently home to about 25 dogs and over 125 cats!  If you or anyone you know is looking for a pet, please consider coming in to the shelter to see all the gorgeous animals they have.

Every few days I will be posting pictures and information about some of the animals who are waiting for their forever homes.

I will start with a few cats who have been at the shelter for a long time.



This is Princess, a gorgeous female tortie. She is 3 years old and has been at the Noble County Humane Shelter longer than any other cat. 

Princess has been spayed and wormed, and is up-to-date on shots and flea prevention. She also tested FIV-negative.

I can't imagine why no one has adopted her because she is so affectionate and pretty. Come in and see her, and consider taking this love bug home!





This kitty is Vivien. She is a tan tabby around 2 years old who has been at the shelter for 2 years! She is spayed and wormed, up-to-date on shots and flea prevention, and is FIV-negative. She is very friendly and trusting and would love for someone to take her home!



Here is another wonderful cat from the Noble County Humane Shelter. She is Tinker, a long-haired black and white beauty. She is 2 years old, and has been at the shelter for most of her life.

She has been wormed, is up-to-date on shots and flea prevention, and is FIV negative. Tinker is playful and loves to roll around on the floor. She is very friendly and likes to be brushed to keep her long fur looking beautiful. Please consider giving her a forever home!



This handsome male cat at the Noble County Humane Shelter is Sherman. He is a big gray and white boy and is just short of a year old, and has been at the shelter for most of his life.

He has been neutered and wormed, has flea prevention, and is FIV-negative. He loves to be petted or held and brushed. He would make a very good cuddler. Please come in and see him and take him home!


These next three are cats that have just arrived at the shelter in the past couple of days, so I don't have much information about them yet.


This is Pebbles.  She is still a little shy and is getting used to being around the other cats and strange people.  (Meaning that the people are strangers to her, not that they are strange!}  :)  I think she will be really affectionate when she gets used to things!  She is an average-sized cat, so I would guess she is full-grown, but I'm not sure how old she is.




This is Bam-Bam.  Either he is not quite full-grown or he is going to be a small cat.  He seemed friendly and wanted attention.  He also liked to explore.



This is Barney.  He seemed to be an average-sized cat also.  He was a little shy, but loving.  I think he would make a great pet.


There are so many beautiful animals at the shelter that I hope you could find it in your heart to adopt one (or more) of them.  All they want is a warm home, some food, and lots of love!


4 comments:

  1. I love them all!!! There are Jello, Lancelot, Shadow, Cow, and Tigger lookalikes. :) They are soooo precious! Awesome pics too...I can't believe you got them to all look at you!

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    1. Thanks for putting this on your website! There are cats who look like all of our cats- I just haven't taken pictures of all of them yet.

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  2. What you are doing is wonderful! Beautiful photographs, too.

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  3. yet you have effectively given an animal in require another home rather than supporting reproducers or pet stores. adoptable pets

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