It is our job as well as our passion to unite deserving pets with appropriate families. Here is a sampling of some of the wonderful animals yearning for permanent homes with local families. Please visit us at the Adoption Center to meet these sweet animals. We are always pleased to arrange trial adoptions to see if one of these dogs and cats, or any of the many others ready for adoption, would fit into your home.
Jas is a total indoor-only lap kitty who needs a quiet home with lots of quiet human interaction. She is laid-back, relaxed, loving, and affectionate.
Jas is okay with other non-aggressive cats after careful introduction. Older children OK, but not small fast moving children. She can be a little shy and might need sometime to get used to her new surroundings. Jas came to MCHS as a stray and estimated to be about 12 years old.
Diva is a sweet, lovable fur ball who is looking for her human soulmate. She is a petite senior with wonderful soft fur who loves a lap and lots of quiet time. She would prefer a quiet home with a lot of one-on-one time with her human.
Diva can be shy at first, but once warmed up, she soaks up all the attention. She would probably do best in an only kitty home, but other non-aggressive cats would be ok with careful introduction. She would do good with older children, she would be frightened by small fast-moving children. Diva came to MCHS because she did not get along with her owners dogs and rabbit. Come visit Diva, she would love to find her forever home.
Grey kitty is independent but loves attention. He is a very confident cat and very expressive vocally. Being a geriatric cat, he will need regular visits to the vet to insure his long-term health.
Grey kitty is a special guy who needs a loving retirement home. Sadly, he was left behind after his owner was taken to a long- term care facility. He is 14 years old with lots of personality. Grey kitty also has a low grade (1-2) intermittent heart murmur. He has been through a lot and needs a quiet, loving, and stable home for his senior years.
Emmy is a very sweet girl. very vocal, active, and curious. Emmy will greet you at the door and strives for all the attention she can get. She is not fond of being picked up or held, but will soak up all the pets that she receives.
Emmy can be very playful, you just have to be patient and take your time with her. She seems to be OK with other cats, but proper introduction is a must. Her feelings about dogs and children are unknown. Emmy needs to be an indoor kitty only as she has never been outside. We recommend a weight-control diet and monitoring so she can stay at a stable healthy weight. Emmy was brought to MCHS as an owner surrender because her previous owners were moving and could not take her along. We hope to find Emmy her forever home that will spoil her like she deserves.
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|updated 17 February 2018|
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