Prepare to Be Greeted With Open Paws When You Visit Roice-Hurst Humane Society
Spring is a great time to take advantage of things outdoors since it's neither too hot or too cold. Spring is also a great time to adopt a shelter pet that wants to be outdoors as much as you do.
Roice-Hurst Humane Society has a shelter filled with cats and dogs all looking for the perfect human companion. The animals have all kinds of different personalities and needs and wants, so it's just a matter of adopting a pet that fits your lifestyle.
Plus, Roice-Hurst Humane Society is continuing their March 'Shoot the Hoop' promotion which can help you save up to 30% off of adoption fees. Another nice thing about adopting a cat or dog from Roice-Hurst is They're all spayed or neutered and up to date on their vaccinations.
Roice-Hurst Humane Society is located at 362 28 Road and is open Tuesday through Sunday. Here are just a few of the pets ready for a new home and they hope that home is yours.
Eris is just a couple of months away from her second birthday and is also a graduate of the RHHS Cat Behavior Program. She's a fun cat and loves to run on the the cat wheel at the shelter. Jodi or Arlena would be happy to tell you all about this fun-loving feline.
Harper is 5 years old but still has that fun puppy spirit. He's crate trained and loves people. Harper needs to be an only pet as he doesn't like to share attention with other animals.
Milo is between 2 and 3-years-old and was originally adopted from the shelter when he was a kitten. A member of the family who owned him had some allergies so he's looking for a new home. Milo is a little shy at first, but warms up quickly once he gets to know you. He's also used to being around children and dogs.