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My name is Buster!
I'm being cared for by
Humane Society of Sonoma County

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
27378
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Are you looking for an absolute cuddle monster as an addition to your family? Then look no further than fluffy Buster here. Buster is one of the best chill and sweet kitties you could ever ask for. Whoever gets to have this boy in their house is one lucky duck that we're all jealous for. Buster loves relaxing brush sessions and lots of affection 24/7/365. He hasn't been the most active lug but this guy could still become all bouts of fun once settled into a forever home. Come visit and cuddle with Buster!

For more information on Buster, please call (707)542-0882 to speak with an adoptions counselor.
Primary Color: Black
Secondary Color: White
Weight: 5
Age: 2yrs 0mths 2wks
Are you looking for an absolute cuddle monster as an addition to your family? Then look no further than fluffy Buster here. Buster is one of the best chill and sweet kitties you could ever ask for. Whoever gets to have this boy in their house is one lucky duck that we're all jealous for. Buster loves relaxing brush sessions and lots of affection 24/7/365. He hasn't been the most active lug but this guy could still become all bouts of fun once settled into a forever home. Come visit and cuddle with Buster!

For more information on Buster, please call (707)542-0882 to speak with an adoptions counselor.
Primary Color: Black
Secondary Color: White
Weight: 5
Age: 2yrs 0mths 2wks
Shelter

Humane Society of Sonoma County

Contact info
Pet ID
27378
Contact
Address
Santa Rosa, CA 95407
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

The process for adopting an animal may take up to an hour or longer in order to get to know and understand the animal you are bringing into your home for life. The Sonoma Humane Society prides itself on successful adoption rates because of the time we spend with you and your prospective pet upfront. First you must decide what type of animal is "right" for you. Are you more of a dog or a cat person or are you interested in a smaller animal like a rabbit, guinea pig or pocket pet? You must have a clear understanding of yourself, your family and your lifestyle to answer this question correctly. Many people need several visits before they can make the decision to adopt and we encourage you to take all the time you need to make your new relationship permanent. Adoption Fees Our animals receive the highest quality of medical care, diets, training and socialization to become a permanent part of your home. Our adoption fees do not cover the expenses for each animal that enters our facility. Thanks to donations from the community, we are able to offer more than any other shelter in the County. Just look at all of the quality care that each and every animal receives here in order to prepare them for a lifelong home with you. What Our Adoption Fee Includes: * Spay/Neuter Surgery * Health Exam * Initial Vaccinations (FVRCP/Cats: DHLPP/Dogs) * Heartworm Testing (Dogs only) * Canine Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough – Dogs only) * Feline Leukemia Test (Cats only) * De-worming * Micro-Chip * ID Tag * Behavior Modification, Training & Socialization * Leash and/or Cat Carrier Box * Adoption Counseling * Educational Resources (Adoption Packet and Pre/Post adoption counseling) * 25% OFF Dog Training Classes (when you register on adoption day) * A Loving Companion for Life Over $500 VALUE! Adoption Fees: Dogs $190 Senior Dogs (over age 7) $115 Puppy Package $280 Cats $105 Senior Cats (over age 7) $ 85 Kittens (under 4 months) $155 Rabbits $ 40 Small Animals (guinea pigs, small birds, mice & other) $ 15 Special discounts & offerings * 20% discount for senior citizens over age 65 adopting a pet.
The process for adopting an animal may take up to an hour or longer in order to get to know and understand the animal you are bringing into your home for life. The Sonoma Humane Society prides itself on successful adoption rates because of the time we spend with you and your prospective pet upfront. First you must decide what type of animal is "right" for you. Are you more of a dog or a cat person or are you interested in a smaller animal like a rabbit, guinea pig or pocket pet? You must have a clear understanding of yourself, your family and your lifestyle to answer this question correctly. Many people need several visits before they can make the decision to adopt and we encourage you to take all the time you need to make your new relationship permanent. Adoption Fees Our animals receive the highest quality of medical care, diets, training and socialization to become a permanent part of your home. Our adoption fees do not cover the expenses for each animal that enters our facility. Thanks to donations from the community, we are able to offer more than any other shelter in the County. Just look at all of the quality care that each and every animal receives here in order to prepare them for a lifelong home with you. What Our Adoption Fee Includes: * Spay/Neuter Surgery * Health Exam * Initial Vaccinations (FVRCP/Cats: DHLPP/Dogs) * Heartworm Testing (Dogs only) * Canine Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough – Dogs only) * Feline Leukemia Test (Cats only) * De-worming * Micro-Chip * ID Tag * Behavior Modification, Training & Socialization * Leash and/or Cat Carrier Box * Adoption Counseling * Educational Resources (Adoption Packet and Pre/Post adoption counseling) * 25% OFF Dog Training Classes (when you register on adoption day) * A Loving Companion for Life Over $500 VALUE! Adoption Fees: Dogs $190 Senior Dogs (over age 7) $115 Puppy Package $280 Cats $105 Senior Cats (over age 7) $ 85 Kittens (under 4 months) $155 Rabbits $ 40 Small Animals (guinea pigs, small birds, mice & other) $ 15 Special discounts & offerings * 20% discount for senior citizens over age 65 adopting a pet.

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Adoption Center Monday Closed Tuesday-Thurs 12-6 PM Friday 10-7pm Saturday 10-7pm Sunday 10-5 pm The Adoption Center will be CLOSED on the following holidays: * New Year's Day * Memorial Day * Labor Day * Thanksgiving Day * Christmas The Adoption Center will close early at 2:00 PM on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve
Adoption Center Monday Closed Tuesday-Thurs 12-6 PM Friday 10-7pm Saturday 10-7pm Sunday 10-5 pm The Adoption Center will be CLOSED on the following holidays: * New Year's Day * Memorial Day * Labor Day * Thanksgiving Day * Christmas The Adoption Center will close early at 2:00 PM on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve

More about this shelter

The Humane Society of Sonoma County has a long and proud history of leading the fight to end overpopulation and rescue, rehabilitate and place thousands of animals into loving homes. Founded in 1931, we are non-profit, charitable organization funded solely with donations from individuals, businesses and foundations. Our Mission The mission of Humane Society of Sonoma County is to: * prevent cruelty to animals * advance their welfare and protection * encourage the relationship between people and animals * and improve the quality of life for both Life-oriented Animals at the Humane Society of Sonoma County are cared for until they find a new home, including those that are sick or injured, those that may need behavior training or simply those that need the gift of time. Adoptable animals are never euthanized due to age or lack of space. People Services In addition to our core mission of rescuing and rehabilitating animals, the Humane Society of Sonoma County also serves thousands of people in our community. Each and every animal we care for, in turn provides care and companionship to many people. Through education and special assistance programs for children, teens, adults and senior citizens, we strive to teach, nurture and evolve the relationship between animals and people.
The Humane Society of Sonoma County has a long and proud history of leading the fight to end overpopulation and rescue, rehabilitate and place thousands of animals into loving homes. Founded in 1931, we are non-profit, charitable organization funded solely with donations from individuals, businesses and foundations. Our Mission The mission of Humane Society of Sonoma County is to: * prevent cruelty to animals * advance their welfare and protection * encourage the relationship between people and animals * and improve the quality of life for both Life-oriented Animals at the Humane Society of Sonoma County are cared for until they find a new home, including those that are sick or injured, those that may need behavior training or simply those that need the gift of time. Adoptable animals are never euthanized due to age or lack of space. People Services In addition to our core mission of rescuing and rehabilitating animals, the Humane Society of Sonoma County also serves thousands of people in our community. Each and every animal we care for, in turn provides care and companionship to many people. Through education and special assistance programs for children, teens, adults and senior citizens, we strive to teach, nurture and evolve the relationship between animals and people.