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.
Meet Pumpkin! He is full of personality and craves attention from people! His ideal day would be to lie in the sun and do his own thing.
Pumpkin does good with other cats; we are unaware of how he is with dogs and kids. Pumpkin came to MCHS as a transfer in from Animal Assist Rescue. Pumpkin gas dental issues that are currently being treated, but he will need frequent vet visits. Sweet Pumpkin is waiting to meet his new family!
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.
Lioness is an older girl who loves to receive attention. She likes to take naps often and would make the perfect couch cat.
Lioness would do best in a quiet home where she can spend a lot of one-on-one time with her new soulmate. Lioness is on a special kidney diet because she has kidney insufficiency. In her new home, she will need frequent vet visits. Lioness was brought to MCHS as a stray. so we are unaware of her past life experiences. Lioness is still waiting to find her forever home!
Marbles came to MCHS as a stray, so we are unsure about her past. She is very sweet and affectionate.
Marbles is very unique, being all black with white whiskers. She seems to be OK with other cats with careful introduction. Her feelings about dogs and kids are unknown. Marbles would do best in a home where she can lounge around all day and receive endless amounts of love and attention.
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Mittens is a very independent cat! She is very sweet, but also likes her alone time. She can be very talkative and will show her affection by drooling!
Mittens would do best in a cat free home as she has shown staff that she is very selective with other cats. Even though she doesn't like to be held, she still loves to be the center of attention. Mittens was brought to MCHS as an owner surrender because her owners were moving and could not take her along. She is a very sweet girl who is waiting to find her forever home!
|updated 17 February 2018|
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