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My name is Jocelyn (In home)!

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Age
2 years old, Young
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Jocelyn! Jocelyn is an absolute sweetheart of a kitty! She is highly play motivated and will be your friend very quickly if you make it fun for her. She even knows how to play fetch and will bring the retrieved toy back to you again and again. Jocelyn is a bit on the skittish side at first, which just makes it all the more rewarding when she rolls over to offer her belly for skritches. She loves having another kitty friend to play with and has an amazing purr. For more information on how to make her a part of your family, please contact Mandi McGann at 434-221-2719 or mandimartin80@yahoo.com.
Meet Jocelyn! Jocelyn is an absolute sweetheart of a kitty! She is highly play motivated and will be your friend very quickly if you make it fun for her. She even knows how to play fetch and will bring the retrieved toy back to you again and again. Jocelyn is a bit on the skittish side at first, which just makes it all the more rewarding when she rolls over to offer her belly for skritches. She loves having another kitty friend to play with and has an amazing purr. For more information on how to make her a part of your family, please contact Mandi McGann at 434-221-2719 or mandimartin80@yahoo.com.
Shelter

Lynchburg Humane Society - Rehome

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adoption Hours Monday-Friday 11-6 Saturday & Sunday 11-5 All adoption prices include spay/neuter, an engraved I.D. tag, initial vaccines, a free vet visit, and 10% off at our retail shop on the day of adoption! ($10 microchip fee applies to all adoptions) *Adoption fees vary The process is simple; come in and visit with the pet you are interested in, and we will talk with you to see if it is a good match. Please bring with you a photo ID, and you are welcome to bring in your dog to do an introduction with your new pet. If the pet is not spayed or neutered, we will schedule their appointment for our next available transport day to the spay/neuter clinic. We have dedicated volunteers and staff who can help you choose the right match for your family. Just ask for assistance, let us know what your needs are and we can help you find your next friend. Placing an animal on ‘hold’: we want your adoption experience to be as pleasant and stress-free as possible. We allow potential adopters to place holds on pets so that they can take their time making adoption decisions, introduce family members and other pets. Holds may be placed over the phone, email or in person, and in the case of a “tie”, the individual physically visiting the shelter and the animal will be awarded the first hold on the pet. 1st hold: $30 per 24 hours 2nd hold and beyond: $15 Hold fees are non-refundable and are not applied towards the adoption fee.
Adoption Hours Monday-Friday 11-6 Saturday & Sunday 11-5 All adoption prices include spay/neuter, an engraved I.D. tag, initial vaccines, a free vet visit, and 10% off at our retail shop on the day of adoption! ($10 microchip fee applies to all adoptions) *Adoption fees vary The process is simple; come in and visit with the pet you are interested in, and we will talk with you to see if it is a good match. Please bring with you a photo ID, and you are welcome to bring in your dog to do an introduction with your new pet. If the pet is not spayed or neutered, we will schedule their appointment for our next available transport day to the spay/neuter clinic. We have dedicated volunteers and staff who can help you choose the right match for your family. Just ask for assistance, let us know what your needs are and we can help you find your next friend. Placing an animal on ‘hold’: we want your adoption experience to be as pleasant and stress-free as possible. We allow potential adopters to place holds on pets so that they can take their time making adoption decisions, introduce family members and other pets. Holds may be placed over the phone, email or in person, and in the case of a “tie”, the individual physically visiting the shelter and the animal will be awarded the first hold on the pet. 1st hold: $30 per 24 hours 2nd hold and beyond: $15 Hold fees are non-refundable and are not applied towards the adoption fee.

Go meet their pets

Center for Pets 1211 Old Graves Mill Road Lynchburg, VA 24502 Appomattox Center 3074 Morningstar Road Appomattox, VA 434-352-3103
Center for Pets 1211 Old Graves Mill Road Lynchburg, VA 24502 Appomattox Center 3074 Morningstar Road Appomattox, VA 434-352-3103

More about this shelter

For over fifty years, the LHS has operated as a private, non-profit organization, caring for lost and homeless pets. Last year, we cared for 3,981 pets and 96% of the pets went to new or existing homes. We are a No Kill Humane Society and a 501c3. By operating the public shelter for the City of Lynchburg and Appomattox County, we accept the stray or unwanted pets surrendered to us from those communities. We also have developed a more regional/state level focus. In 2016 we helped 602 pets from other public shelters that otherwise may have had a negative outcome. We accept those that are easily adoptable as pets, as well as those that need special nurturing from abusive or neglectful experiences. We firmly believe that no healthy or treatable pet should be euthanized. Along with our Center for Pets we also have a regional spay/neuter clinic located in Evington, VA. The spay/neuter clinic serves Lynchburg, Campbell, Nelson, Rockbridge, Appomattox, Bedford and Amherst Counties. It is the help of the community that makes our life-saving programs possible. Mission: Help pets in need thru sheltering, adoption, education, spay/neuter and community outreach. Vision: A community free of homeless and neglected pets.
For over fifty years, the LHS has operated as a private, non-profit organization, caring for lost and homeless pets. Last year, we cared for 3,981 pets and 96% of the pets went to new or existing homes. We are a No Kill Humane Society and a 501c3. By operating the public shelter for the City of Lynchburg and Appomattox County, we accept the stray or unwanted pets surrendered to us from those communities. We also have developed a more regional/state level focus. In 2016 we helped 602 pets from other public shelters that otherwise may have had a negative outcome. We accept those that are easily adoptable as pets, as well as those that need special nurturing from abusive or neglectful experiences. We firmly believe that no healthy or treatable pet should be euthanized. Along with our Center for Pets we also have a regional spay/neuter clinic located in Evington, VA. The spay/neuter clinic serves Lynchburg, Campbell, Nelson, Rockbridge, Appomattox, Bedford and Amherst Counties. It is the help of the community that makes our life-saving programs possible. Mission: Help pets in need thru sheltering, adoption, education, spay/neuter and community outreach. Vision: A community free of homeless and neglected pets.