Duke the Couch Potato, an 8-year-old male Labrador retriever mix, is available for adoption from Kansas Humane Society.
Whoa, who you callin’ lazy? Didn’t you see my video? I’m just excited to find a new home. In this stage of my life, I’ve learned to appreciate the little things and not take anything for granted. I would really appreciate you taking time out of your day to stop over at KHS to see me. Who knows, maybe it was meant to be.
▪ Storm the Busy Bee, 2-year-old female Siberian husky mix
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I heard you’re seeking an expert on stress relief and around-the-clock cuteness. I hate to brag, but I think you’ve found your girl. If my adorable face doesn’t make you say “aww,” my fun personality sure will. Just think how relaxing it’d be to go on walks with me, and I’m willing to bet you’ll get lots of compliments on how pretty I am. I’m looking forward to seeing you at KHS.
▪ Echo the Secret Admirer, 3-year-old male cat, domestic shorthair mix
Hello, potential adopters! I have a message for everybody: I want to disprove the superstition that black cats are bad luck. If you come adopt me, I’ll show you that I can be your good luck charm! I know that I’d be one lucky kitty to be welcomed into your home. I’ll be at KHS patiently waiting for you.
▪ Whiskers the Personal Assistant, 5-year-old male cat, domestic medium-hair mix
What’s that? You say you have a house with no cat hair in it? Well, where’s the fun in that? I can help install some cuteness, playfulness and, of course, cat hair into your home. Oh, it’ll be so great. Now I’m just daydreaming about all the things we can do together as companions. Sounds purr-etty awesome to me!
▪ Alli the Personal Assistant, 6-year-old female cat, domestic longhair mix
I’m a majestic beauty: Just look at my long fur! It sparkles and shines like the ocean on a cool, clear night. I like to think I was a panther in my former life, because I can sneak-attack toy mice like nobody’s business. Interested in adopting me? Of course you are! Come see me at KHS whenever you’re ready.
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.