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P.O. Box 512 : Springfield, Illinois 62705 : info@illinoishumane.org




AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION


Sugar

Sugar is only a year old, but boy what a great family member. She is outgoing, affectionate, loves children. She weighs just under 8 pounds. She is spayed, tested negative and up-to-date on vaccines. She is white with calico markings. Very pretty girl.

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Sugar the cat


Storm

Storm loves people. She is not shy about it. Few cats are outgoing from the get go. Not Storm -- she wants to meet you and interact right away. This girl is very well socialized. Loves children. Storm is 3 to 4 years old. She came to the rescue with two of her year-old kittens. She is now spayed, tested negative for FeLeuk and FIV, and is fully vaccinated. Storm weighs just over 8 pounds. She is white with grey tabby markings.

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Sugar the cat

Kasima

Kasima means "beauty and elegance" and for this girl, it also means friendly, curious, and playful. This pretty 2-year-old lady has a great out-going personality and is at ease with guests. Definite black stripes mark silver fur with touches of honey brown. Kasima has good inside manners and faithfully uses her scratching post and litter box. She is quite fond of her squeaky mouse (which she freed from the end of her fishing pole toy) and is quick to toss it about and wrestle it into submission. Her feelings about being around children and other cats are not known. However, this little lady would be a great companion as she likes to be close to her human. Kasima enjoys being petted and picked up for a quick cuddle.

Sometimes, when her foster parent is standing outside the apartment door getting ready to come in, Kasima will make greeting meows and chirps from the other side of the door.

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Kasima the Cat




Meet Leia

Leia is an incredible charmer. She is full of spirit and personality. Leia's ideal human will be one who is fully engaged with dogs, has good handling skills and just enjoys the heck out of a spirited pooch. The ideal two legger loves saving a portion of each day to be active with his or her dog. Leia has high prey drive and is more compatible with male dogs than female dogs.

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Leia the Dog



Meet Silly

Little Miss Silly very much needs a home with other dogs. Her origins was a home with a lot of dogs who looked just like her . . . probably all somewhat related . . . yes, overcrowded and the folks were unable to keep up with care. So animal control stepped in. She has fairly deep rooted timidity issues, and she just does best when there are other dogs in the household. Having said all that, she is affectionate when she bonds and she will bond with her human(s) quickly. She has been placed once, to a home with a special needs child. Silly can be skittish on a leash, and is a dog who needs good handling and assimilation into a household. The adopting home was unable to put the time in work with Silly's issues so that Silly might become a good match for the special needs child. Silly needs a home who can accept Silly's own special needs, and patiently allow her to assimilate with time. In the long run, she has become a favorite with her fosters. All her best attributes of bonding well and being affectionate, and also a great playmate with other dogs, come with time.

Silly


Be a Foster

Illinois Humane is currently in need of additional foster homes to accommodate a large number of cats that came in from a single investigations case. Many have no special needs other than to be loved.

Click here for the Illinois Humane foster home application. Email info@illinoishumane.org with any questions or for additional information.



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