These three young tabby cats are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Noble County. They are all up-to-date on shots, flea prevention, and worming and are all new residents at the shelter.
First is Tiki, a black and tan male tabby with a definite bulls-eye pattern on his sides. He is 4-6 months old, and has been at the shelter for a little over two weeks. Tiki is curious, but also very affectionate and loves to be held and cuddled.
Samoa and Cheetah look a lot alike. Samoa is a brown and tan male who is 4-6 months old. He has been at the shelter for about 3 weeks. He is curious, likes to explore, and loves attention.
Cheetah is a black and tan male who is 7-8 months old, so he is slightly bigger than Samoa. Otherwise, their markings and coloring are so similar, it is hard to tell them apart. Cheetah has been at the shelter for 2-3 weeks. He is curious and loves to be petted and cuddled.
All three of these cats would love for you to visit them at the shelter. They are waiting for loving, forever homes, as are many other cats and dogs who would make great pets!