already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Bastian is a neutered 2 year old brown tabby who was found as a stray. He is a loving and quiet boy and can by shy initially, but ventures out after a while to check out his surroundings. His favorite thing to do is to hang out on soft blankets and bask in the sun. Bastian seems to have done well with most other cats so far. He is a sweet boy and would love to finally be someone's forever cat.
The Michiana Humane Society has been helping our community's unwanted animals find homes for nearly 100 years. We believe that animals belong with families, and we do whatever we can to make that happen!
Come Meet Our Pets...
The shelter is currently open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for adoptions. You can find news of our activities on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/MichianaHumaneSocietySPCA) or our website.
Our Adoption Process...
Looking for a dog or cat? Here's how we do adoptions at MHS. Come into the shelter and find the pet you want to add to your family. Fill out an application form and leave it at the front desk. Then you call us the next morning to find out if you're approved!
Once your adoption is approved, if the pet is already spayed or neutered you can come in, complete the adoption contract, and take your baby home.
If a spay or neuter is required, MHS will schedule it within the next week. Once your pet's surgery is complete, you can come in and pick up.
Adoption fees are $135 for dogs and $85 for cats. That includes all initial vaccinations (except rabies), spay or neuter if required, heartworm or feline leukemia testing, and flea treatments.
Check out our website at http://michianahumanesociety.org/?page_id=527 for more details.
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