Don’t Forget the Animals at TCHS: You Can Still Adopt
MY ADOPTED FAMILY
I have two kitties that have been adopted from TCHS. Pictured above is Mr. Bean. He has been with our family since Christmas of 2013. He has brought so much joy to our home, I don't know what any of us would do without him. He's now approaching 13 years old, but he's the happiest, most calm kitty cat you'd ever meet.
Pneuma is our newest addition. She's a long haired striped domestic mix cat, with big golden eyes, and she's got the softest big fuzzy feet I've ever seen on a Cat. She brings the excitement, as she loves to play, and the cats really like each-other.
Gloria, is my sweet little pug/chi mix... I call her a Chug...My son Drew calls her lovingly, Sandwich....Well...she DOES like to eat. Gloria was adopted from Grey Face Rescue & Retirement. She's about 7-8 years old, and is the same size as the cats. The three of them together create hours of entertainment. I don't know about you, but self isolating with pets is the best. I highly encourage anyone thinking about adoption to do it!
TRI COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY IS STILL OPEN FOR ADOPTIONS
I spoke with Vicki Davis at TCHS last week, and she informed me that they ARE still open for adoptions; they are just handling things a little bit differently. If you are interested in adopting, they encourage you to go their website first and look at all of the available pets. There are pictures and descriptions of each one; their personaility, their history, and much more. Once you find a few that you are interested call in to TCHS and schedule an appointment to come in and meet your new family member.
TCHS is taking all precautions just like the rest of us; and we encourage you; whether you are adopting, or just needing pet supplies, TCHS can always use your donations and support, especially in this difficult time.