James the Goofball, a 1-year-old male American pit bull terrier mix, is available for adoption from Kansas Humane Society.
Isn’t it great when someone cares enough to give you a second chance? Well that’s exactly what I’m getting here at KHS. I’m a calm, patient lover that would love nothing more than to be your best friend. You know where to find me, so come see me today.
▪ Trooper the Wallflower, 9-year-old male American blue heeler mix
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Hi there. I’m a curious little guy and I can’t wait to explore my new home. The sweetness just oozes out of me, and I love everything and everyone. I know that you’ve been itching to get out more, and walks have our names written all over them. What do you say? Ready to come meet me at KHS?
▪ Snow White, 4-month-old female cat, domestic shorthair mix
Hi, I’m Snow White – ha, ha, fooled you! I’m a pretty black kitty. I like to snuggle but I also love to play. Sometimes I run so fast that my feet spin under me. Watch out, though, because I can be pretty sneaky and use one of my signature ninja attacks to surprise you. Interested in meeting me? I’m interested in meeting you, so come on down to KHS so we can get started.
▪ Hansel, 4-month-old male cat, domestic medium-hair mix
Hello, friends. I’m still looking for my storybook ending – hopefully one that is full of love, cuddles and toys. I’m a very resourceful kitty; I can make a toy out of anything. Shoelaces, toy mice or even your hand moving under a blanket will do. I think you should come to KHS, visit me, and fall in love so we can live happily ever after together.
▪ Gretel, 4-month-old female cat, domestic shorthair mix
Holiday spirit is in the air, and I’m feeling cheerful because I might get a new home soon. You know what would look good under your Christmas tree? Me, of course! People tell me that I “lighten up the room” when I walk in. Better grab your keys and head to KHS soon to pick up your new best friend.
If you’re interested in adopting from the Kansas Humane Society, visit at 3313 N. Hillside, call 316-524-9196 or go to www.kshumane.org.