Tia and Faith are long-time residents of the Humane Society of Noble County, and Kitiara is a new resident. All are available for adoption and all are up-to-date on vaccinations.
Tia is a short-haired torti female who is about 4 years old. She has been spayed and is FIV-negative. She is the 2nd-longest resident at the shelter, having been there since November of 2013. I really don't understand why she hasn't been adopted because she is friendly, gets along with other cats, and although she can be a little independent, she loves attention. I also think she has such a cute, unique look because her markings make it look like she has cream-colored eyebrows, and she has such an interesting expression on her face!
Faith is a short-haired black and white female with beautiful green eyes who is approximately 2 years old. She is FIV-negative. She has been at the shelter since June of 2014. Although she is a little shy at first, Faith really warms up to you when she gets to sit on your lap - one of her favorite things as you can see from the pictures. She loves to be combed, brushed, and petted, and is gradually becoming more confident around people. She needs a family which can spend a lot of quality time with her.
Kitiara is a short-haired calico/tabby mix female who is 1-2 years old and is front-declawed. She is the newcomer - she has only been at the shelter for about a week. Right now she is a little shy and overwhelmed by her surroundings and all the other cats, but she is gaining confidence. She likes to be held and cuddled, as the pictures show. She, too, needs a family that could give her a lot of gentle love and attention.
Come visit these beautiful cats and see if you could give one or more of them a forever home!