Bullet - I've been adopted!I'm an eight month old silver short haired kitten. Very outgoing and talkative. Oh, yes, even with my injury, I've got lots of energy and am very playful.
When I was just a kitten, I was hit by a car which left my front paw paralyzed. I used to not be able to use my whole front arm, but I've been improving a lot since then. I still can not walk quite normally, and will always have a funny front paw, but that doesn't slow me down. I just love to run and jump.
I enjoy the company of other cats, and though I haven't met any dogs yet, I may just do very well with cat friendly dogs. Bottom Line: I've very adorable and adaptable and should do well in an active home.
If you can't adopt me now, would you be my Guardian Angel?
Sissy - I've been adopted!
Sissy is a happy and playful senior beagle. She was the faithful and loving companion of a homeless woman who was forced to give her up when keeping her finally became impossible.
Unfortunately, Sissy has a kidney problem that requires a special, somewhat more expensive, prescription diet. Because of her age and her special diet she has been passed over for adoption and needs a Guardian Angel to help care for her in her golden years.
Midnight - I've been adopted!
My name is Midnight. I'm a Special Needs Tudedo Kitty.
I've just finished having a beautiful litter of kittens who have all been adopted. Thank goodness I found the Riley County Humane Society, because they not only found homes for all my beautiful babies, but have also spayed me and given me all the shots I need to stay healthy.
They also found that my teeth were in terrible shape. I had to have every one (except for my canines) pulled! I’m finally comfortable and healthy
I’m quite happy living with dogs and cats, but I've never been around children, so I’m not sure how I’m going to feel about them. If you can love a special cat like me, please go to our 'Adopting a Pet' page to fill out an application. I'll be waiting.
If you can't make me part of your family now, could you sponsor me? Be my Guardian Angel? I may be at RCHS a while waiting for my special family to find me, and your help will keep me safe until they do. Thank you for thinking I'm special.
Calypso - I'm Adoptable!I am a very sweet 11 year old girl, turned in to the shelter when my owner got tired of me. I had to have the rest of my teeth pulled, because they were broken off and very painful.
There is nothing wrong with my eyes, even though the picture looks that way. I have no vision problems. It was just the flash from the camera.
I am a bit shy, but very affectionate and would love a loving, quiet home.
Ask about our reduced adoption fee through our Seniors for Seniors program! If you'd like, you could sponsor me through the Guardian Angel program. I'd be very grateful.
Henlet, with her light buff coloring, is pictured here with her mother Meg. She was one of 6 kittens to be born early in the summer of 2007. Three of her siblings were still born, two surviving male kittens thrived and were adopted in no time at all.
Sweet Henlet was very small and very slow to develop. She and her mother Meg formed a strong bond and have been together ever since. It is now Meg's turn to find a forever home of her own, and although Henlet, now over three years old, does socialize with other cats, she will probably be staying with her foster family forever,for although she is independent, she is not social enough for adoption.
Henlet needs a Guardian Angel. If you can, please consider a monthly gift for her care through our Donations page.
Angie - I'm Adoptable!
Angie is a beautiful all white, blue-eyed girl around 7 years old. She is quite healthy, having had all her dental and blood work done, but she is deaf.
Because of her deafness she is easily startled and would be nervous around young children who may not be able to accommodate this handicap. She would be perfectly happy in an adult or senior household.
Angie is VERY sweet and well behaved, and she does very well with other cats and dogs.
Angie is also eligible for a reduced adoption fee through our Seniors for Seniors program! If you are unable to adopt, please consider sponsoring Angie through the Guardian Angel program. She'd be very grateful.