My name is kenora!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Brooksville, Florida - kenora
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I'm being cared for by:
Humane Society of the Nature Coast

Facts about kenora

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (Mostly)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 5499922
  • Hair: Short
Kenora is a 3 and a half year old Domestic Shorthair mix. She's been microchipped and is up to date on all of her shots. Kenora has not been spayed, but she will be should you decide to take her home. Kenora's one of our shy cats at the Humane Society of the Nature Coast. She has not had the chance to be properly socialized, so she would need a nice and quiet home so she can ease into being comfortable around humans.

*IMPORTANT* We do not allow cats adopted from us to be declawed. We do have you sign a contract at the time of adoption.

Please come and visit this animal at the Humane Society of the Nature Coast.

Our hours are as follows:

Mon-Fri: 11:00am-6:00pm

Sat: 10:00am-4:00pm

Sun: Closed

P.S. The last two hours of our day are filled with exercising the dogs and cleaning up before we all head to bed. Please please please try to come in before then.

The Adoption Fees are as follows:

Kittens: $65

Cats: $25

We reserve the right to deviate from the normal price range in special situations.

About Humane Society of the Nature Coast

About Our Shelter...

The Humane Society has served our community for 50 years.

We are a no-time limit care center that rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes abandoned pets.
Our emphasis is on education, spay/neuter programs and abuse prevention.

We visit nursing homes and ALF’s weekly with our shelter animals to provide pet therapy and companionship to the residents.

We visit school classrooms, both public and private to educate children on pet responsibility and animal safety. We take a pet when allowed and urge strong class participation. Emphasis is given to reading for further pet information and tours to the shelter are offered.

At risk children are invited to the shelter weekly for volunteer work and pet socialization. This is a valuable time for each of us, as recently reported by the St Petersburg Times. Children are learning the rewards and results of community service and responsible behavior. For many of them, the animal offers a safe bond that they may not have anywhere else. This is also an educational session and further reading is encouraged.

A program was launched with the Dawn Center to aid abused families seek refuge, by offering temporary foster homes for their pets. We learned that 36% of abused spouses do not leave the abuser due to fear of the fate of their pet. We have created a program to overcome that hurdle. When the family is resettled they can bring their pet to their new home, so that is one less emotional sacrifice they have to make. In an abusive home, the pet is a great source of comfort and solace for the abused.

During the deployment of our service men and women, we have offered to provide foster homes for their pets if needed, so they will be here waiting for them upon their return. This is one less sacrifice they need to contemplate while serving their country.

The shelter offers community service hours to convicted offenders of the Hernando County Court system. While this is a benefit to the shelter in volunteers, we have found that it has given personal direction to many of those who have learned the value of service and been able to visibly see the difference they can make in their community.

We provide community service opportunities for high school student needing credit hours to further their education. While they enjoy the interaction with our pets, they leave with knowledge of animal care, personal responsibility and the value of community service.

We rescue pets in cooperation with animal control as we have space available to save pets from euthanasia at that facility.

While we find placing all of our animals to be a priority, we have worked to place the pets of the terminally ill as quickly as possible and to have these individuals pass with the peace of knowing their beloved pet is already in a loving home and that they are well cared for. This is an emotional burden to many who know their time is short and has eliminated euthanasia as their alternative. We have the new family meet the previous owner when possible.

We were recognized by the Chamber of Commerce as the Community Service Organization of the Year in 2004 and in 2005.

We are proud to have had our President recognized by the Governor of Florida as Florida's Humane Volunteer of the Year for 2006.

Come Meet Our Pets...

The Humane Society is located at 7200 Mobley Road in Brooksville. Hours for meeting our pets are Wednesday and Friday 10am-3pm, Thursday 10am - 7pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm and Sunday Noon - 4pm.

Pets are available for meet & greets at PetSupermarket on US 19 in Spring Hill on the first Saturday of every month.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption fees range from $50.00 to $200.00for AKC registered pets. We require an adoption contract and do follow-up home visits. Renters are required to provide a letter from their landlord, that a pet is allowed.