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My name is Licorice!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Salem, Ohio - Licorice
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I'm being cared for by:
Humane Society of Columbiana County

Facts about Licorice

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Meet Licorice, a gorgeous black beauty! He loves to play with his room mates and greet you at the door. He would love to be your best friend. Bring Licorice into your home and life and he will entertain you non stop! Please consider offering your home to a new best friend, Licorice is waiting for you.

Please contact the Humane Society of Columbiana County located at 1825 S. Lincoln Ave Salem Ohio 44460.

You can contact us at 330-332-2600 or by email at hsccoffice@yahoo.com or go to our website columbianahumane.org.
Our Adoption Process:
- Complete a pre-adoption application. There is no obligation to adopt when filling out this application. It is a tool we use to help us determine the pet best suited for your household and lifestyle.
- Meet with an Adoption Counselor to go over the application and discuss the animal you are considering. If you have other pets in the household, they would be introduced to the pet you are considering at this point to assess compatibility.
- A vet check is done by our staff to confirm that all current and former pets are spayed/neutered, current on vaccinations and on heartworm prevention. If you are renting, a landlord check is also required to confirm that pets are permitted and if there are any pet type/breed/size/weight restrictions.
- If everything looks like a great fit, the adoption is nearly complete! Our adoption counselors will schedule a home visit, at which time the adopted pet has the potential to stay with you if all goes well.

NO SAME DAY ADOPTIONS


For more information about this animal.
Please contact the Humane Society of ColumbianaCounty located at 1825 S. Lincoln Ave Salem Ohio 44460.
Our Office hours are Monday 1-7 pm; Tuesday 1-7 pm; Wedsnesday 1-7 pm; Thursday 1-7 pm; Friday 1-7 pm; Saturday 1-7 pm; and Sunday by appointment only.
You can contact us at 330-332-2600 or by email at hsccoffice@yahoo.com or go to our website columbianahumane.org.

About Humane Society of Columbiana County

About Our Shelter...

The Humane Society of Columbiana County, Inc. (HSCC) is an independent non-profit organization which relies solely on private donations and is not afflilated with nor supported by any governmental or national entity. HSCC strives to improve the quality of life for homeless, abused and neglected animals. We promote responsible animal ownership in Columbiana County by educating the public about proper veterinary care and animal welfare issues. We sponsor trained, sworn volunteer humane agents who strive to educate and assist pet owners and when necessary act to ensure the well-being of an animal. Along with preventing the euthanasia of adoptable companion animals we provide programs that aid in the reduction of pet over-population. Our goal is to adopt companion and domesticated animals into lifelong homes. Through education and assistance programs the Humane Society of Columbiana County has as its goal the accomplishment of making Columbiana County Ohio’s first “No-Kill” county.

Come Meet Our Pets...

For more information on adopting a homeless pet from The Humane Society of Columbiana County, please contact us via e-mail at hsccoffice@yahoo.com for an adoption application, stop by our adoption center, or call 330-332-2600.

Our adoption center is located at 1825 South Lincoln Avenue Salem, Ohio, 44460.

Our adoption/office hours are:
Monday- 3pm - 7pm
Thursday- 3pm- 7pm
Friday- 3pm- 7pm
Saturday- 3pm-7pm
Other by appointment only

Our Adoption Process...

- Complete a pre-adoption application (can be sent via e-mail if the potential adopter is traveling some distance to visit our shelter pets). There is no obligation to adopt when filling out this application. It is a tool we use to help us determine the pet best suited for your household and lifestyle.
- Meet with an Adoption Counselor to go over the application and discuss the animal you are considering. If you have other pets in the household, they would be introduced to the pet you are considering at this point to assess compatibility.
- A vet check is done by our staff to confirm that all current and former pets are spayed/neutered, current on vaccinations and on heartworm prevention. If you are renting, a landlord check is also required to confirm that pets are permitted and if there are any pet type/breed/size/weight restrictions.
- If everything looks like a great fit, the adoption is nearly complete! Our adoption counselors will schedule a home visit, at which time the adopted pet has the potential to stay with you if all goes well.

****ATTENTION RESCUES - we offer an $80 pull fee for dogs to APPROVED RESCUES. This fee includes a Heartworm test for dogs old enough to receive it, Heartworm preventative, deworming, flea preventative, spay/neuter, basic vaccinations, rabies vaccination if old enough to receive it at the time of spay/neuter, and a microchip.****

Our adoption fees for cats are:
$50 for kittens under six months
$35 for adult cats six months and older
$25 for senior cats five years or older
$20 through our Senior for Senior program, which matches senior cats (five years of age or older) with persons 55 years of age or older

The adoption fee includes testing for feline AIDS and feline leukemia with a negative result, basic vaccinations, rabies vaccination if old enough to receive it at the time of spay/neuter, deworming, flea preventative, microchip, and of course, spay/neuter.

Dog adoption fees are:
$200 for puppies under 6 months of age
$150 for a dog over 6 months of age
$75 for a senior dog (six years or older)
$50 through our Senior for Senior program, which matches senior dogs (six years of age or older) with persons 55 years of age or older

The adoption fee includes a heartworm test for dogs old enough to receive it, heartworm preventative, deworming, flea preventative, spay/neuter, basic vaccinations, rabies vaccination if old enough to receive it at the time of spay/neuter, and a microchip.