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My name is Calhoun!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Wenatchee, Washington - Calhoun
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Wenatchee, Washington - Calhoun
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Wenatchee, Washington - Calhoun
Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Wenatchee, Washington - Calhoun
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Wenatchee Valley Humane Society

Facts about Calhoun

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 7231458
  • Hair: Unknown
Calhoun is a really funny boy who tends toward extremes. First, you’ll notice he’s big; nearly 20 pounds big. Yes, he could benefit from a diet and more exercise, but otherwise he seems very healthy. Calhoun is also shy, really shy. He will retreat to his safe lair at an unusual sound or sight. Vacuuming on a different floor sends him into hiding. But when Calhoun is in his comfortable, quiet surroundings, he is a loveable boy. He’ll trot to you and give you head butts to ask for pets. He’ll lie right beside you and purr contentedly while getting brushed. About 5 minutes of attention is enough.

Calhoun’s adopter needs to have a quiet home with no dogs or children. He was an only pet, but might be OK with another cat. Calhoun would be a great cat for a busy adult who wants a little, but not too much, companionship and entertainment. Because the shelter is full of noise and new people, Calhoun is staying with a foster family. If you are interested in Calhoun, please contact his foster parents, Ann and Don, at 509-548-9967, or WVHS at 509-662-9577, ext. 2.

About Wenatchee Valley Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society was founded in 1967 by a group of determined women (private citizens) that recognized and wanted to care for lost, abandoned and stray animals in our community and provide them a chance for new homes.

The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society was incorporated on January 27, 1967. The group convinced the City of Wenatchee to allow them to take over the old city pound on Worthen Avenue and Animal Control in 1974. Because the conditions were overcrowded, Gwyneth and Bruce Mitchell donated orchard land and our current shelter was built and opened in 1976. Soon the Humane Society discovered we needed more dog kennels and added on to the building in 1980.

In June of 2003, the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society opened Club Pet Boarding & Grooming. Club Pet is a boarding and grooming facility owned and operated by the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society. All revenues generated by Club Pet are used to support the Humane Society’s orphaned pets, on-going programs and future goals. Club Pet’s mission is to provide a fun, safe and caring environment for your owned pets while you are away.

Now for 2010 we are moving in the direction to build a new facility as we have outgrown our current shelter. We look forward to continuing to grow and help the animals that depend on us in our community.

The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society is a 501(c)3 organization, your donation(s) may be tax deductible. We are an independent shelter, meaning we receive no outside support or funding from other local or national organizations and that we rely on donations and support from our local community. If you would like to volunteer, donate or more information on how you can help us, please email wvhs@wenatcheehumane.org or call (509) 662-9577.

Come Meet Our Pets...

You can meet our pets during our normal business hours, Mondays & Tuesdays - 11am to 6pm
CLOSED WEDNESDAYS
Thursdays & Fridays - 11am to 6pm
Saturdays & Sundays - 11am to 3pm

The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society participates in 6 Pawsitive Alliance adoption events each year in various locations and holds Adopt-a-thons when the shelter begins to overflow. Visit www.wenatcheehumane.org and select Events from the About menu to view our upcoming events.

Our Adoption Process...

Second-hand pets give first class love! View our many adoptable pets online 24 hours a day or visit them at our animal shelter located at 1474 S Wenatchee Ave in Wenatchee, WA. In addition to dogs and cats at the Humane Society, we often have small animals and livestock available for adoption too!

Your next dog or cat is waiting for you! For a printable copy of our Adoption Application, visit our website at www.wenatcheehumane.org and click Adoption. You may fax your application to our office at (509) 665-7612 ahead of time to help speed up the adoption process. Applications are kept on file for 3 months. Don’t wait, get started helping us match you with your next best friend!

Regular Adoption Fees for dogs start at $100, puppies at $125 and cats/kittens at $65 unless otherwise noted in the pet’s description.

Dog & Cat Adoption Fees Include:
•Spay or Neuter surgery
•Initial Vaccination for Dogs (Parvo/Distemperment & Bordatella) and Cats (Rhino/Distemper)
•24 Pet watch microchips, which includes free online registration to update your pet's contact information
•General well health exam
•If you choose to accept, your newly adopted dog or cat comes with 30 days of pre-paid pet health insurance, for which you can purchase extended coverage.

All dogs, puppies, cats and kittens are mandatorily spayed or neutered and microchipped before they leave for their new homes. Surgery is scheduled at the time of adoption and done Monday-Friday only, excluding holidays. For example, if you adopt a dog or cat on Monday it would go for surgery on Tuesday. You would then pick up your new pet Tuesday afternoon between the hours of 4:30-5:30pm. Surgery is subject to availability on the surgery roster. Call if you have questions (509) 662-9577.