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

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
17421
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet our boy Rollie! He was admitted to the shelter in July of 2020 as an owner surrender, no fault of his own of course. Rollie lived in fear of humans for quite a bit of his life, but since making the move to the colony room has decided he'd actually like to find an adopter of his own! Rollie loves greeting new and old visitors of the Cat Colony as soon as they come through the door. When new cats are moved into the room, he's always the first to greet them and cuddle them so that they feel less anxious. Rollie was moved into the Cat Colony with his girlfriend Sneezy! This couple met one another in our Cat Adopt room and have been inseparable since. He would love to find a home where she could come along, as they help calm one another's nerves. This would help both of them make an easy transition to a new home as well! So, if you're looking for a big sweet boy and his great gal. Consider adopting the bonded pair today!
Primary Color: White
Secondary Color: Brown Tabby
Age: 2yrs 10mths 3wks
Shelter

Indiana County Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
17421
Contact
Address
191 Airport Road, Indiana, PA 15701

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 !!!
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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

Go meet their pets

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