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My name is Regina!

Siamese/Domestic Shorthair Mix Cat for adoption in Yakima, Washington - Regina
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Yakima Humane Society

Facts about Regina

  • Breed: Siamese/Domestic Shorthair Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 35910483
  • Hair: Unknown
This pretty gal is Regina! She is a 4 year old spayed female Siamese mix. Regina was found with an injury on her left rear foot which turned out to be an abscess, which is healing well. She can be very sweet but also can be sassy when she feels like it. Regina would love to find a forever home to call her own. Come visit her at the Yakima Humane Society today!
Regina's back left leg has an old injury that has caused nerve damange. It does NOT hurt but she walks with a limp. Regina should be an indoor cat to keep her safe. Regina would prefer a home without small children.

*This animal is currently being treated for a medical issue/injury and will not be able to go home until cleared by the veterinarian or our medical coordinator. Contact our Adoption Center at adoption@yakimahumane.org or 509-457-6854 x100 for more information.

About Yakima Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

The Yakima Humane Society was founded in 1904, becoming an incorporated entity in 1906. We are a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization proud to be serving the people and animals of Yakima County for over 100 years. We practice and promote the humane treatment of animals through animal control services, pet adoption, humane education, information, referral and quality animal care.

Mission Statement
The Yakima Humane Society is committed to ending animal suffering and cruelty, reducing animal overpopulation, and educating the public regarding responsible pet ownership while promoting community kindness and commitment to their welfare.

Facts:
     •   We are an independent, nonprofit organization. We are not associated with any government agency, nor affiliated with any national organization.
     •   We are the only open admission animal shelter in the entire county. All pets are welcome here. We can never, and will never, close our doors or say we're full.
     •   We save more than 5,000 animals a year. With no time limits.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Yakima Humane Society is open 7 days a week from 11:00 am - 6:00 pm.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Yakima Humane Society is located at 2405 W. Birchfield Rd. near the intersection of WA-24 E / Nob Hill Blvd. and S. 22nd St., just east of the Yakima Area Arboretum in Sherman Park.

From Seattle, take I-90 E towards Ellensburg / Spokane, and then merge onto I-82 E / US-97 S towards Yakima, take Exit 34 and turn left onto E. Nob Hill Blvd., take the 2nd left (at 2nd light) onto S. 22nd St. and then an immediate right on W. Birchfield Rd. and then a left will bring you into our parking lot.

From Spokane, take I-90 W towards Ritzville, keep left to stay on I-90 W towards Ellensburg / Seattle, and then merge onto I-82 E / US-97 S towards Yakima, take Exit 34 and turn left onto E. Nob Hill Blvd., take the 2nd left (at 2nd light) onto S. 22nd St. and then an immediate right on W. Birchfield Rd. and then a left will bring you into our parking lot.

From Tri-Cities, take I-90 W / US-12 W towards Prosser / Yakima, take exit 34 and turn right onto WA-24 E / Nob Hill Blvd., take left (at light) onto S. 22nd St. and then an immediate right on W. Birchfield Rd. and then a left will bring you into our parking lot.

Our Adoption Process...

Find the love of your life at the Yakima Humane Society
Our progressive adoption program places thousands of lost, abandoned and unwanted pets with loving families each year. The adoption fees help offset the cost of evaluation, housing, feeding and medical care for the thousands of animals that need our help. We do our best to keep adoption prices reasonable while generating income to support our goal of caring for animals available for adoption until we can place them in a loving home.

Our adopters tell us that our professional staff are warm, friendly, informative and patient as they assist adopters in finding a love match. Our mission is to help you find a pet that meets your expectations and lifestyle.

Our staff is helpful and courteous throughout the process. You’re invited to visit with a prospective pet in one of our "Meet N' Greet" rooms. We also offer "Meet N' Greets" for adopters wishing to introduce a current dog to a potential new playmate.

For more information regarding our adoption procedure, please contact our Adoption Lead, Kelly Shields at adoption@yakimahumane.org.

Adoption Fees & Process
Adoption fees help provide medical care, food and shelter to the animals in our care. You are receiving more than $500 of services included in your pet's adoption fee when you adopt from the Yakima Humane Society.

What's Included
     •   Spay/neuter surgery
     •   Vaccinations & intestinal worming
     •   Flea & tick treatment
     •   Rabies vaccine (3-4 months and older)
     •   24PetWatch microchip & registration
     •   Collar & Personalized ID Tag
     •   30 days of pre-paid 24PetWatch Pet Insurance
     •   Reference material on pet care & training
     •   Certificate for a free health exam with a Yakima County veterinarian

Dog Adoption Fees
     •   Puppies (6 months & younger) $200.00*
     •   Adult (7 months - 7 years) $125.00*
     •   Senior (older then 7 years) $75.00*
       *plus applicable licensing fees
 
Cat Adoption Fees
     •   Kittens (6 months & younger) $60.00
     •   Adults (7 months - 7 years) $30.00
 
Critters Adoption Fees
     •   Any Age $20.00