Meow! My name is Boyd
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Boyd has never quite recovered from the trauma of being trapped. He is a sweet boy with loads of potential in the right enviroment. His brother, who was of the same shy temperment, has been adopted and is doing great in his new home. Won't you give Brody the same chance. He will never be a snuggler or cuddler but loves to play with you just hang out. The way to this young man's heart is through his stomach!
Help this Rescue Group by making a donation.
Rescue Group Info...
Our Mission: The Chesapeake Humane Society works to promote the welfare of companion animals through programs and initiatives that reduce pet overpopulation, increase adoptions and encourage responsible pet guardianship through affordable pet care.
Our vision is to help pets and the people who love them find each other and stay together.
Several of our cats are featured for adoption at the Petco in Newport News on Jefferson Ave.
We also have adoption events schedules for the following dates/locations:
Sat, 9/8/12, 11am-3pm, PetSmart, Greenbrier Pkwy
Sat, 9/15/12, 11am-4pm, Dogs Gone Swimming Event
Sat, 9/15/12, 10am-4pm, PetSmart, Newport News
Sun, 9/16/12, 10am-4pm, PetSmart, Newport News
You are welcome to visit the animals in our boutique shelter on a walk-in basis Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 8AM to 4PM; Wednesday 10AM to 6PM; Friday 10AM-3PM. Feel free to call for an appointment for other days and times.
We pride ourselves on offering one-on-one private adoption counseling. Once you have completed your adoption application (available at our front desk) an adoption counselor will contact you for a private interview.
Our adoption fees and requirements vary based on each individual animals needs. We work hand-in-hand with our adoption clients and hand-in-paw with our pets to make the best adoption matches.
In spite of our efforts, we understand that sometimes relationships fail. If at any time an adopter needs assistance with their new family member or finds it necessary to return their companion animal, we will respectfully work with that client to determine the best outcome for the animal.
Chesapeake Humane Society supports the residents of Chesapeake and the city’s homeless and owned animals by providing high quality, low cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, pet medications, adoptions and behavior help. In addition we provide medical treatment to shelter animals in immediate need and facilitate off-site adoptions on behalf of Chesapeake Animal Services increasing the Live Release Rate of animals from the City shelter. In 2010, we cared for over 4,000 animals.