Helena the Busy Bee, an 8-year-old female shepherd-greyhound mix, 57 pounds, is available for adoption from Kansas Humane Society.
I’m a busy body. I love to take walks and sniff the world, which is pretty exciting stuff. I love to play, too. Maybe we could go to the dog park? It would be so neat to see what’s there. Then maybe stop for vanilla ice cream on the way home? I like the sound of that. Come visit me so I can talk to you more about all the fun we’ll have together.
▪ Angel the Wallflower, 8-year-old female American pit bull terrier mix, 61 pounds
Great news: I have lived with other pets and some great kiddos before, and I’m positive I’ll fit right in with your family. I’m a deaf pup, but I would love the opportunity to be someone’s best friend and companion. If you have the time and patience to learn with me, feel free to stop by KHS. More great news: My adoption fee has been waived so that special someone can take me home for a suggested donation.
▪ Anna the Sidekick, 6-year-old female cat, domestic long-hair mix
Well, hello. Would you be the sweetest human ever and come make me yours? I so badly want to lie in your lap and receive those amazing pettings that make me purr. If possible, I’d like to be the only pet of the house and would prefer adults to take care of me. I hope you come to KHS and pay me a visit.
▪ Roshan the Executive, 1-year-old female, domestic shorthair mix
Would you like an executive kitty that isn’t afraid to take charge and make sure everyone stays on task? Well, good news: That’s me. I’ll be sure to keep you focused on the task at hand, which is loving on me. You can start today by coming to KHS.
▪ Sarabi the Private Investigator, 2-year-old female, domestic shorthair mix
With markings like these, I know you cannot resist a few Eskimo kisses. Wouldn’t you love to wake up every morning with sweet kitty kisses on your nose? I knew it. What do you say to adopting me and sharing life together?
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.