Cats are the ultimate companion animal: quiet, low-maintenance, clean, undemanding, gentle, playful, affectionate, and inexpensive to feed. The Humane Society of Adams County currently has two homeless cats available for adoption. They can go to the same home, or to two different homes.
Both were born in the spring of 2013, so they are about one year old now, however they are not from the same litter. Sunny and Bandit are both males, they are extremely affectionate and are well-socialized with people and other animals (dogs and cats). They have both been fully vetted (neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed). “Bandit” is black and white. “Sunny” is an orange tabby. There is an adoption fee of $20 per cat, but will be waived for the right home. If you are interested in learning more about sweet Bandit or playful Sunny, please contact Jessica Huxmann at (937) 217-1622.