Adopt a pet (May 31)
05/31/2014 8:21 AM
05/31/2014 8:22 AM
Sealy the Couch Potato, a female standard smooth-haired dachshund mix, 3 years old, is available for adoption from Kansas Humane Society.
Looking for a laid-back, no-fuss best friend? How about me? I love naps, short walks, and curling up on the sofa and enjoying a flick on TV. Come see if I am that perfect companion you’ve been waiting for. I’ll be waiting for you here at KHS with a big smile on my face.
• Collins the Go Getter, 8-month-old female American pit bull terrier mix
Ready to exercise? Exercising with me is super fun. We can walk, run, toss a Frisbee – the possibilities are endless. Anything that keeps me on the go is good for me, and for you, too. Let’s get started today; come see me at KHS.
• Kikai the Secret Admirer, 1-year-old female cat, domestic shorthair mix
I have a math question for you: What does you plus me equal? Lots of love and fun was the correct answer. I’m a very level-headed kitty, so just give me some time and I promise to shower you with purrs and head-butts. Come to KHS soon so you can visit with me.
• Shawna the Personal Assistant, 5-year-old female cat, domestic shorthair mix
I heard you needed some help around the house. Well, I happen to know the perfect girl that can help out: me. I love to maintain an orderly household, and pretty soon you’ll be wondering how you ever managed without me. Come to KHS today to meet your new helper.
• Ron the Sidekick, 2-year-old male cat, domestic shorthair mix
What do you think of my beauty marks? I think they are awesome and unique, and they match my personality pretty well. I’m a pretty awesome guy, and since I’m the sidekick type, I love to share all my owner’s activities. Make a trip to KHS today so we can get started.
If you’re interested in adopting from Kansas Humane Society, visit at 3313 N. Hillside, call 316-524-9196 or go to www.kshumane.org.
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