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My name is Auburn!
I'm being cared for by
Greenhill Humane Society SPCA
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Submit Application

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Submit Application

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Orange or Red
Age
Senior
Sex
Male
Pet ID
50436373
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Auburn is a large and handsome orange tabby gentleman who is looking for a home after his long time owner passed away. He is shy with strangers but friendly to the people he knows and is sweet, loving, affectionate and playful. He was very devoted to his former owner and has been craving love and affectionate ever since he lost her. He would do well in a quiet home with older adults who are home enough to spend quality time with him so he can adjust and be comfortable in his new surroundings. Auburn is looking forward to starting a new chapter in his life and would love to find that special place to call home, so come out and meet him if you're looking for a sweet kitty. (DO)

Hi, my name is Auburn and I'm available for adoption. Please read the questions and answers below to learn more about me, and If I sound like a good fit, come out to Greenhill Humane Society to meet me!

Do you like other cats? I have no known history with other cats. I may do well with an older, calm cat companion after a slow and thorough introduction process.

What do you think about living with a dog? I would do best in a home with no dogs.

How do you feel about kids? I would do best in a home with older, cat savvy teenagers or adults only.

What was your previous home like? One where I received a lot of affection as well as had access to the outdoors when I desired it.

What's your ideal home like? One where I can receive love and attention when I desire it. I may want access to the outdoors in the future.

Is there anything else we should know about you? Ask Cattery Staff about my medical release!
Auburn is a large and handsome orange tabby gentleman who is looking for a home after his long time owner passed away. He is shy with strangers but friendly to the people he knows and is sweet, loving, affectionate and playful. He was very devoted to his former owner and has been craving love and affectionate ever since he lost her. He would do well in a quiet home with older adults who are home enough to spend quality time with him so he can adjust and be comfortable in his new surroundings. Auburn is looking forward to starting a new chapter in his life and would love to find that special place to call home, so come out and meet him if you're looking for a sweet kitty. (DO)

Hi, my name is Auburn and I'm available for adoption. Please read the questions and answers below to learn more about me, and If I sound like a good fit, come out to Greenhill Humane Society to meet me!

Do you like other cats? I have no known history with other cats. I may do well with an older, calm cat companion after a slow and thorough introduction process.

What do you think about living with a dog? I would do best in a home with no dogs.

How do you feel about kids? I would do best in a home with older, cat savvy teenagers or adults only.

What was your previous home like? One where I received a lot of affection as well as had access to the outdoors when I desired it.

What's your ideal home like? One where I can receive love and attention when I desire it. I may want access to the outdoors in the future.

Is there anything else we should know about you? Ask Cattery Staff about my medical release!
Shelter

Greenhill Humane Society SPCA

Contact info
Pet ID
50436373
Contact
Address
Eugene, OR 97402

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Submit Application

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Shelter Hours are 11 AM - 6 PM every day of the week. Adoption fees vary. Dogs, cats, and rabbits are all spayed or neutered before adoption, include initial vaccinations, a microchip for I.D., and a certificate for a free health check at a number of local veterinarians.
Shelter Hours are 11 AM - 6 PM every day of the week. Adoption fees vary. Dogs, cats, and rabbits are all spayed or neutered before adoption, include initial vaccinations, a microchip for I.D., and a certificate for a free health check at a number of local veterinarians.

Go meet their pets

We're located on Greenhill Road between W. 11th and Royal Avenues, approximately 3 miles south of the airport. Directions from east or west: From the east, take the Beltline or surface streets to Barger Rd, or West 11th, and head west to Greenhill Rd. Turn left on Greenhill Rd (from Barger) or right from West 11th; we're approximately a mile down the road. From the west, take Hwy. 126 to Greenhill Rd., turn left at Greenhill Rd.
We're located on Greenhill Road between W. 11th and Royal Avenues, approximately 3 miles south of the airport. Directions from east or west: From the east, take the Beltline or surface streets to Barger Rd, or West 11th, and head west to Greenhill Rd. Turn left on Greenhill Rd (from Barger) or right from West 11th; we're approximately a mile down the road. From the west, take Hwy. 126 to Greenhill Rd., turn left at Greenhill Rd.

More about this shelter

Greenhill Humane Society has been caring for animals in Lane County since 1944. We operate the only animal shelter within the Eugene/Springfield area. Our programs include animal adoptions; reuniting lost animals with their families; crisis care boarding in situations of domestic violence, medical emergencies, and other crisis situations; spay/neuter for free roaming, un-owned community cats; a pet food bank; on-site volunteer opportunities; foster care and humane education. Last year, we helped reunite or find new loving homes for 3,630 animals. In addition, we provided 1,341 cat spay/neuter surgeries to assist cat caregivers in reducing feral cat over-population. Our humane education program reached more than 12,179 children and adults. Greenhill is a private non-profit and relies on donations for a majority of its budget. The generosity of our local community enables us to provide a high level of care to lost, abandoned, and neglected animals while at the same time helping pet owners in need.
Greenhill Humane Society has been caring for animals in Lane County since 1944. We operate the only animal shelter within the Eugene/Springfield area. Our programs include animal adoptions; reuniting lost animals with their families; crisis care boarding in situations of domestic violence, medical emergencies, and other crisis situations; spay/neuter for free roaming, un-owned community cats; a pet food bank; on-site volunteer opportunities; foster care and humane education. Last year, we helped reunite or find new loving homes for 3,630 animals. In addition, we provided 1,341 cat spay/neuter surgeries to assist cat caregivers in reducing feral cat over-population. Our humane education program reached more than 12,179 children and adults. Greenhill is a private non-profit and relies on donations for a majority of its budget. The generosity of our local community enables us to provide a high level of care to lost, abandoned, and neglected animals while at the same time helping pet owners in need.