The first cat is Tigger.
Tigger is a black and tan female tabby, who is 2-3 years old. She is up-to-date on shots and flea prevention, has been wormed, and tested FIV-negative.
The unusual thing about Tigger is that she has an extra toe on each front foot - what is sometimes referred to as "mitten foot." You can tell that if you look closely at the second picture. Tigger is a real love-bug! She loves to be petted and cuddled, but she wasn't real thrilled about having her picture taken. She is available for adoption at the Humane Society of Noble County. Come visit her any time! You'll love her!
The next boy is Willie.
He is a black and tan tabby with a white chest and tummy and some white on his paws. He is 1-2 years old, is neutered, tested FIV-negative, has been wormed, and is current on flea prevention and shots. In this picture, he is trying to decide whether or not he should jump to the top of the cattery.
He jumped! Here he is on top of the cattery, being king of the mountain! Willie loves attention! He is also very playful, loves to roll on the floor, and likes to chase toys that have strings or feathers. He and Joey were cage-mates, and Joey was adopted on Saturday, so Willie would like to find a forever home too. Come see him at the Humane Society of Noble County.
Here is Emmet.
This lovable guy is a long-haired black and tan tabby with a beautiful mane. He is a little over 2 years old, and has been at the Noble County Humane Shelter for a little over 3 months. He is current on shots and flea prevention, has been wormed, and is FIV-negative.
Emmet is super affectionate! Every time I walk by his cage, he meows and sticks his paw through the cage, asking to be petted. He loves to sit on your lap and cuddle and he likes to be brushed. He can also be playful! Come visit him and give him the attention he craves!
This boy is Bobby.
Bobby is aptly named because of his bobtail, which you can't really tell from the pictures. Bobby is an orange tabby, is a little over 3 years old, and has been neutered. He is also up-to-date on shots and flea prevention, has been wormed, and is FIV-negative. He has been at the Humane Society of Noble County for about 3 months.
Bobby is a very lovable guy, and he likes to play, as you can see from the picture where he is going for the feather toy! He would love to have you visit him - maybe you could give him a new home!
Finally, here is Irene, the newest kitten at the shelter.
This little black and white tuxedo kitten is a 7-9 month old female. She has had her shots and flea prevention and has been wormed. She arrived at the Humane Society of Noble County on February 7, 2015.
She was a little camera-shy, but loves to be held and petted. Whenever I would put her down to take her picture, she would head straight for me and rub up against me, so I had a little trouble getting any decent pictures. Come see Irene and consider making her part of your family!
All of these animals and many more are awaiting your visit at the Humane Shelter of Noble County. Please help them find happy homes. If you cannot adopt a pet, talk to someone who can!