I'm being cared for by: Heart of America Humane Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about June Bug
Breed: Coonhound Mix
Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
June Bug's Info...
I am already spayed.
June Bug's Story...
June Bug's Story...
My name is June Bug and I am a little over a year old and about 45 lbs. However, I need to put on at least 10 lbs to be at a healthy weight. I LOVE treats, but I'm spoiled and make my foster mom mix some canned food in with my dry food. We are working on that. I was a stray who was hit by a car, had hip surgery and I am completely recovered. This means I need a little boost getting in the car, but otherwise it doesn't affect me at all. I am really good in my kennel, meaning I won't mess or bark or even cry. I won't get in unless you give me a treat, though, I'm no dummy. I am house trained and I know a few basic commands, but need some work with the follow through. I love to cuddle and snuggle, but also play and run around in the yard. I am very good with other dogs and around children. I have a really sweet nature and over all I am a really good girl. Please contact my foster mom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Heart of America Humane Society is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit organization helping to place shelter and foster animals into permanent homes in and around the greater Kansas City metro area.
Our goal is to save and improve the lives of Kansas City's homeless companion animals by promoting responsible pet ownership. The Heart of America Humane Society (HAHS) partners with the Lee's Summit Animal Shelter (Lee's Summit, MO) to manage a spay/neuter program and to increase pet adoptions into responsible, permanent homes.
Background Our organization does not have a permanent facility or paid staff, so nearly all of our adoptions or other community involvement takes place on-site at pet stores and through other event venues. Some events raise awareness and bring in donations for our animal support efforts, while others help acknowledge and show appreciation for our own volunteers (who perform all duties outside of their regular jobs). HAHS maintains a News and Events Web page to highlight these efforts.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Adopt-A-Pet Events in the Kansas City Community.
Dog and cat adoptions are held at the PETsMART at 115th and Metcalf in Overland Park, KS every Saturday from 12 to 3pm. Cats available for adoption every day at PETsMART's in-store cage area.
Dog and cat adoptions are held at the PETsMART in Olathe, KS at 119th and Strang Line, also every Saturday from noon to 3pm.
Our Adoption Process...
How much does it cost to adopt an animal?
The cost of adoptions of puppies 5 months and younger is $200. While some of the adult dogs coming into our program are already spayed/neutered, all of the puppies require this expense from HAHS. The cost of dogs over the age of 6 months is $150. The cost of one kitten under the age of 5 months is $85 and for 2 kittens it is $130. The cost of one cat over the age of 6 months is $65 and for two cats it is $100.
Please visit www.heartofamericahs.org for more details.
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