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Today Marks THREE Years of waiting for Ivy! Please SHARE her story so her waiting for a family can come to an end.
Have you ever wondered what happens to all the cats that are brought in to our shelter? Each year approximately 250 cats and kittens come through those doors. Some of them are adopted because they’re a cute and playful kitten, have a unique coloring, or are a lap buddy. Some cats even choose their own “person”. But, what happens to the ones that aren’t adopted right away?
These cats and sometimes kittens, stay at the shelter until a forever family finds them, chooses them. This may take quite some time and to that cat or kitten, this may seem like an eternity. Sure they are given lots of love and care by the staff, but wouldn’t it be even better to be in your very own forever home? Think about it for a moment...think what your life would be like if you lived in a shelter with many many others of your species waiting for the time you are “chosen” and get to leave, while you watch others get to leave.
For one of these cats, three years waiting for your chance to go to that home is a very long time. Ivy, a beautiful female tabby, has spent that long waiting for her chance to go home. Some cats do not present themselves very well to humans when they visit the shelter and Ivy is one of them. You see, Ivy is a very sweet girl who tends to be a little shy. She loves you to talk with her and share some treats with her. But, she is so content and happy to just be in her own space. She gets along well with the other cats, is no bother to the staff or to visitors to the shelter. She loves soft blankets to curl up on, and if you take the time to share a toy with her and show her how to play, she may even join in. We would love to see her find her forever family this year. In the meantime, Ivy will be residing at the Huntingdon County Humane Society for as long as it takes for her to find her home. HCHS is a no kill shelter and cats like Ivy will be loved and cared for by the staff and by visitors. However it is our mission to find cats like our beautiful Ivy, a forever home.
Resting Chief face🤨 If you want a sweet boy who will consistently give you an unimpressed expression but love you with all his heart, Chief is the boy for you😂💜 He is about 50 lbs and is estimated to be an Australian Shepherd/Hound mix. He is only about one year old! He is loving, playful guy who still acts like a clumsy puppy. He is good with dogs and needs an active family with a fenced yard.
Please apply to adopt Chief at the link in our bio🐶🐾
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💖😍🔷SAVE a LIFE!! ❤️ Please FOSTER or ADOPT! 🔷😍
🚨 Shelter is Filling up! 🚨
DIN’s real name is BUDDY and he lived with his family from when he was a puppy but they felt he had too much energy for their tiny place and they wanted him to have a yard so they gave him away to someone who then sold him on CRAIGSLIST. It is a complete MIRACLE that he showed up at the Shelter. The owner said he is amazing with all people old and young and LOVES little dogs so much he will kiss them until they are soaking wet. He is super short and VERY VERY SPECAL and needs help now.. Please SHARE for his life, he’s SUCH a good boy and a FOSTER or ADOPTER would save him. Thanks!💖 💖⚡️BEWARE! BAD RESCUE WARNING about Urgent dogs of LA ⚡️ SHARINGMODE ⚡️RESCUE_MODE ⚡️RESCUESNEEDYOU⚡️JONNY PRESTON please check @urgentfraudsofla
🔹Pit Bull 🔹 AGE:1 years
🔹 Male (N) 🔹 ARRIVED:4/16
🔹 AVAILABLE ON: 4/19
🔹 Carson Shelter - 310-523-9566
🔹 M-TH 12pm-7pm, F-SU- 10am-5pm
🔹216 W Victoria St. Gardena, CA 90248
💗💗 WANNA FOSTER? If you’re in LA, OC, San Bernadino or Riverside County and would like to apply to foster a Carson pup, please visit CarsonFosters.com to complete the online foster application. Thanks! 💚💚 💚Repost 💙Foster 💖Adopt
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