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My name is Holly!
I'm being cared for by
Indiana County Humane Society

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
16516
Hair Length

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Good with/Lived with:
Cats: No
Dogs: No
Kids: No

Activity Level: Low

Litter Trained: Unable to guarantee in the shelter environment

Admitted to the shelter in November of 2018 as a stray

Holly is a friendly cat but she likes to play rough. She was brought in as a stray and has been here almost her whole life. She will occasionally cuddle, but only when she's ready. Because of her temperament, we feel she would do best in an adult, single animal home. If you you're looking for an independent kitty to share your home with, Holly is the one for you!!
Primary Color: Grey Tiger
Age: 4yrs 3mths 4wks
Good with/Lived with:
Cats: No
Dogs: No
Kids: No

Activity Level: Low

Litter Trained: Unable to guarantee in the shelter environment

Admitted to the shelter in November of 2018 as a stray

Holly is a friendly cat but she likes to play rough. She was brought in as a stray and has been here almost her whole life. She will occasionally cuddle, but only when she's ready. Because of her temperament, we feel she would do best in an adult, single animal home. If you you're looking for an independent kitty to share your home with, Holly is the one for you!!
Primary Color: Grey Tiger
Age: 4yrs 3mths 4wks
Shelter

Indiana County Humane Society

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

THE ADOPTION PROCESS 1st. You complete an Adoption Application 2nd. We will review the application and contact your references. 3rd. Depending on the number of applicants ahead of you, you may take your new friend home in a couple of hours. Processing may take up to 48 hours. CRITERIA FOR ADOPTION Adopters must: Be 21 years of age or older and have a photo ID showing their present address. Have the consent of all adults living in the household. Have the knowledge and consent of their landlord, if a renter. Understand that animals are to be kept as an indoor, household companion and integrated into the family. Be physically, emotionally, and financially able to care for the animal selected and take responsibility for all animal care and veterinary bills. Must have a positive pet care history and at least two references. Understand and agree that the animal will be spayed or neutered. Understand that the ICHS does not guarantee the health or temperament of any adopted animal. Understand that they are making a commitment for the lifetime of the animal. FEES Cat and Kittens: Cats not spayed or neutered only $80.00 Cats spayed or neutered only $100 Cats spayed or neutered, feline leukemia tested and vaccinated only $120 The above prices also include: Feline Leukemia Testing and Vaccine First Set of Vaccinations De worming treatment Frontline Flea Control Home Again Microchip This is a $365.00 Value !!! --------------------------- Dogs and Puppies: Puppies (under 6 months old) not spayed or neutered only $200 Dogs not spayed or neutered only $200 Dogs or Puppies spayed or neutered only $250 The above prices also include: First Set of Vaccinations De worming treatment Frontline Flea Control Home Again Microchip Parvo Testing for Puppies ($25.00 Value) This is a $458.00 Value !!! contact the shelter for information on special fees for seniors and other long term residents
THE ADOPTION PROCESS 1st. You complete an Adoption Application 2nd. We will review the application and contact your references. 3rd. Depending on the number of applicants ahead of you, you may take your new friend home in a couple of hours. Processing may take up to 48 hours. CRITERIA FOR ADOPTION Adopters must: Be 21 years of age or older and have a photo ID showing their present address. Have the consent of all adults living in the household. Have the knowledge and consent of their landlord, if a renter. Understand that animals are to be kept as an indoor, household companion and integrated into the family. Be physically, emotionally, and financially able to care for the animal selected and take responsibility for all animal care and veterinary bills. Must have a positive pet care history and at least two references. Understand and agree that the animal will be spayed or neutered. Understand that the ICHS does not guarantee the health or temperament of any adopted animal. Understand that they are making a commitment for the lifetime of the animal. FEES Cat and Kittens: Cats not spayed or neutered only $80.00 Cats spayed or neutered only $100 Cats spayed or neutered, feline leukemia tested and vaccinated only $120 The above prices also include: Feline Leukemia Testing and Vaccine First Set of Vaccinations De worming treatment Frontline Flea Control Home Again Microchip This is a $365.00 Value !!! --------------------------- Dogs and Puppies: Puppies (under 6 months old) not spayed or neutered only $200 Dogs not spayed or neutered only $200 Dogs or Puppies spayed or neutered only $250 The above prices also include: First Set of Vaccinations De worming treatment Frontline Flea Control Home Again Microchip Parvo Testing for Puppies ($25.00 Value) This is a $458.00 Value !!! contact the shelter for information on special fees for seniors and other long term residents

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We're open Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday 1-5, Wednesday and Friday 1-6 closed Mondays, Thursdays and holidays.
We're open Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday 1-5, Wednesday and Friday 1-6 closed Mondays, Thursdays and holidays.

More about this shelter

Indiana County Humane Society is a non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to preventing cruelty and suffering to all animals, providing safe haven and compassion to the animals in our care, placing unwanted animals in permanent, responsible homes, investigating and prosecuting cases of animal cruelty, measurably reducing companion animal overpopulation, and taking a leadership role in promoting humane values for the benefit of all animals
Indiana County Humane Society is a non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to preventing cruelty and suffering to all animals, providing safe haven and compassion to the animals in our care, placing unwanted animals in permanent, responsible homes, investigating and prosecuting cases of animal cruelty, measurably reducing companion animal overpopulation, and taking a leadership role in promoting humane values for the benefit of all animals