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.
Born in 2018, Elecktra is a delightfully personable, sweet white cat with striking tabby markings. She’s talkative and friendly, though sometimes she changes her mind abruptly about spending time with you and needs a little space. She loves chasing balls and may play fetch with you when she’s in the mood. Elektra would be a great fit for a playful household and would likely do well with first-time cat owners as well as people who are more experienced.
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!
Patches is quite a sweet and affectionate kitty, although very shy at first. She will need a calm and quiet home. Once she gets to know you, you will be rewarded with an affectionate feline companion who enjoys getting her chin scratched. She should be an indoor only kitty because of her shyness.
Born in 2017, Gracie has a great personality and will make an all-around great addition to any family. She is confident and playful. But also very affectionate and enjoys human interaction.
Our mission: To contribute to a better life for animals and to inspire public awareness of animals' needs.
MARCH 26 UPDATE
Martha, born in 2009, always greets us with a gentle meow when we walk in the door, and may roll over to let you pat her tummy. This talkative and opinionated calico is soft as silk and just as nice. She loves finding warm spots to lounge and will open up when she feels at home. Outside the shelter, we think this senior will rule the roost, and be a very loyal companion.
|updated 17 February 2018|
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