Do you know the top two reasons to adopt two kittens instead of one?

1) When you buy one kitten, you get the other one free.

2) Instead of saving one life, you save two!

This adorable pair of kittens is Addie and Adele.

They are 4 months old littermates and are spayed. They enjoy climbing cat tree towers and chasing laser lights.

The decision to adopt a kitten or two is an exciting event, but not to be entered into lightly. Kittens require more supervision and care than an adult cat, but you’ll be compensated by the pleasure of watching them grow and develop.

And because there are two of them, they can keep each other company when you’re away.

Dodger is a 6 months old Golden Retriever and Black mix.

Originally Dodger came to TCHS from another shelter. He was adopted and then returned because his new owner discovered he was allergic to dogs.

Dodger has been waiting for over a month to find a new and permanent home.

During his stay at TCHS he’s learned how to sit. He’s got a start on housetraining and loves playing fetch.

You should see when Dodger wags his tail; his whole body gets in the groove of it too. Stop down and meet this happy puppy!

– Tri-County Humane Society
Executive Director Vicki Davis

Check out all the animals available for adoption by going to the Tri-County Humane Society’s website or Facebook page. Or visit them at 735 8th Street Northeast in St. Cloud. They’re open Monday through Thursdays Noon to 6; Fridays noon to 8; Saturdays 11 to 5; and Sundays Noon to 5.