Meow! My name is LIberty
|Breed:||Calico||Color:||Calico Or Dilute Calico||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, declawed, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Liberty arrived at the shelter with open wounds on her back most likely from a bb gun. They have all healed from the outside but she is a little cautious of new people touching her back. For this reason we believe she would do best in a home with children above the age of 10. She loves her head to be rubbed and enjoys eating canned food. All adoptable cats can be seen at our 829 Union Ave. location in Dover. For more information on Liberty or other cats please call the shelter at 330-602-6762.
More information about Tuscarawas County Humane Society
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The vision of the Tuscarawas County Humane Society is to create a community where all animals receive appropriate care, love and attention at all times; are treated with dignity and respect; provided necessary veterinary care; and protected from all forms of cruelty, abuse and neglect
Tuscarawas County Humane Society Dog Shelter
6895 Dover-Zoar Road
Dover, Ohio 44622
Fax: (330) 343-6969
Hours Open to the Public
Monday through Saturday: 4 - 7 p.m.
Or by appontment
Tuscarawas County Humane Society Cat Shelter
829 Union Ave.
Dover, OH 44622
Hours Open to the Public
Tuesday or Wednesday from 5-7 pm.
Sunday from 3-5 pm
Or by appointment
The Adoption Process
The Tuscarawas County Humane Society takes great care in placing the animals at our shelter into safe, comfortable and loving homes. Our simple three-step adoption process helps us determine the compatibility and safety of our adoptable animals and their new families.
Submit an online application. Be sure to contact the shelter to verify the approval of your application by calling 330-343-6060 or stopping at our facility located at 6895 Dover Zoar Rd, Dover Ohio 44622.
We have new animals arriving daily with no prior health history and, although we do not have a veterinarian on staff, we do our best to ensure that the pets we adopt are healthy.
Make arrangements to pick up your new pet from the shelter following the adoption approval.
We encourage making an appointment with your veterinarian for your new pet. If a condition should develop which requires veterinarian intervention, you need to discuss with your vet the options, possible fees involved, if he/she has a payment plan, etc. ALL ADOPTED puppies or kittens MUST BE SPAYED or NEUTERED at an appropriate age!
Dogs over the age of 7: $99