According to Kate, Tri County Humane Society is all set up in their new and larger location. It's located right behind the old shelter.

This week's adoptable pet is a cool cat named Zoey.  Zoey needs a home and family and maybe that home and family would be yours.

Tri County Humane Society

Meet Zoey, This sweetie most recently arrived at TCHS after her owner passed away. This sweet lady loves to be pet, and often purred and meowed loudly while getting scratches. She made the purrfect lounging buddy, often snuggling next to her humans on the couch for long periods of time.

 

She sometimes liked to be picked up and held, but would meow and squirm away when she wasn't in the mood. She did not care for other cats, and should go to a home where she will be the only cat. She has not met dogs, but may prefer to be an only pet. She has not yet met children.

 

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All introductions to children and resident animals should be slow and proper.  Zoey was not a fan of the vacuum cleaner or thunder storms. She loved her scratching post and used it often. She may enjoy having a perch or cat tower to lounge on. She did well with being brushed and having her nails trimmed.

She is obese and will need a family committed to working on weight loss overseen by her new veterinarian. Measured meals consisting of a low-calorie diet, along with exercise will be helpful. Zoey did not care for car rides.

She enjoyed meeting new people, and can't wait to meet her new family! Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries, micro-chipping, vaccinating, de-worming, any medical procedures and general care.

To military personnel, veterans and seniors-the fee would be waived. DEPOSITS MAY BE PLACED ON ADOPTABLE ANIMALS by calling 320-252-0896