Nevada is from a litter of five. She is the runt of the litter but is only a wee-bit smaller now as she has almost caught up to all her siblings. She as well as all her litter mates, are very friendly, love to be around their people and get lots of attention, and are super playful! She / they are your typical well adjusted kittens, but she is one of the cuddliest of the bunch! She is a little more laid back than the others. Any of the sister siblings - Lea or Charlie) would be great with Nevada if you are looking for a pair.
We have created a non-profit animal shelter dedicated to eliminating cruelty, abuse and the overpopulation of animals. The Humane Society is committed to creating the awareness of animal rights throughout the Romeoville community by providing numerous animal welfare programs, including pet adoptions, humane education and cruelty investigations. ALL animals available for adoption are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, fecal tested, fiv/felv tested (cats only), heartworm tested (dogs only) and microchipped. It is the policy of the Romeoville Humane Society to spay or neuter all animals in its care in an effort to reduce the homeless pet population.
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Every few weeks we hold adoption events at area Petsmarts and Pet Supplies Plus'. Please conact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out when our next event will be. Upcoming events:
Our Adoption Process...
First adopters fill out an adoption application. After our volunteers do a vet check to make sure that your current animals are up-to-date on their vaccinations and such, we will do a short and informal home visit. The final step in the process is signing the adoption contract.
Adoption fees are as follows: -Kittens (under 1 year) are $150 -Cats (over 1 year) are $125 -Puppies (under 1 year) are $250 -Dogs (over 1 year) are $200
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