Meet Windsor and Cloverr at the Tri-County Humane Society. Two beautiful ladies that are ready to call your home their fur-ever home.


Windsor is a two year old spayed Black Lab. She was surrendered because her owner had too many animals. Windsor did well with young children in the past and was respectful and submissive toward other dogs in the previous home. She is a young athletic dog, so a home with a fetch-worthy fenced-in back yard would be ideal. Windsor knows how to “sit” and “lie-down.” She’s a little shy at first, but when you enter her kennel to talk to her, she can’t contain her wiggling and is very happy to have a visitor. Stop by the shelter and let her wiggle her way into your heart!

– Tri-County Humane Society Executive Director Vicki Davis


Are you looking for a new feline friend? Say hello to Clover, a 1 year old spayed tortoiseshell. She acquired her name due to her bright green eyes. She and her kittens were surrendered because her owner developed cat allergies. Clover is very personable and loves to explore her environment. If you gave her a window perch you’d know just where to find her. Clover was friendly with children and other cats in her previous home. You should be looking over this feline clover!

– 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.