Pets

Adopt a pet (April 23, 2016)

Beldar
Beldar Kansas Humane Society

Sheba, a 10-year-old female, labrador retriever shepherd mix, is available for adoption from Kansas Humane Society.

I’m Sheba. And I’m living proof that age is just a number. I still feel like a pup and I just love to play and be silly. That’s why the staff all call me a “goofball.” I guess. I just like to keep people smiling. I will certainly keep you company while you do your daily activities. I'm just happy to be wherever you are. Plus I get along with just about everyone. I’ve even lived with kids and other dogs. So bring the whole family by the shelter and come meet me today.

Also available from KHS:

▪ Beldar, a 10-month-old male, Australian cattle dog/American pit bull terrier mix

I may be young, but I’ve already been through a lot in life. I was found as a stray with a badly injured leg and ear. But the vets here at KHS got me feeling a lot better and soon I’ll be good as new. Well minus one leg, but who cares? I’m not letting that slow me down for one second. I just love to run and play. Now I just need a best friend. Together we can make the most of my second chance at life. After all you only live once. Right? Why not do it with a goofball like me.

▪ Daisy, an 8-month-old female rottweiler mix

The name is Daisy. And I’m as playful as I am beautiful. In fact they call me the “life of the party” here. I was getting a little stressed out being in the shelter for so long, so a very nice family agreed to foster me while I wait for a home. Everyone is very nice, they always give me treats and tell me what a good girl I am. But what I’d really love is a home of my very own. If only someone would give me a chance. In fact I’ll prove it to you, just call the shelter to set up a visit with my foster family today.

▪ Rosie, a 3-year old female domestic shorthair

I am a very cool cat with a lot of love to offer. I’m already litter-box trained. Plus I can be quite helpful. I’m what they call a “personal assistant” here at the shelter which means I like to help out wherever I can. I’m also very affectionate and will come solicit attention from you. My front claws have been removed so I need to be indoor only since I can’t defend myself outside. My previous family described me as a lap loving, mellow kitty and I was an only cat. Since I’ve been at the shelter, we may have figured out that I don’t like dogs. I got a little stressed out when I heard them in the next room. I am being very good as an office kitty and my office foster mom thinks you should come see me today.

▪ Mickey, a 6-year-old female domestic shorthair

Everyone deserves a best friend. Someone to stick by their side through all life has to offer. And I’m perfect for the job. They even call me a “sidekick” here at the shelter. That’s because I aim to please, and I just love cuddling up with my favorite people. Want to get my motor purring? Then come on over and let's get to know one another. I love playing with my toys, running all around the house, and then collapsing into a furry heap and taking a nice long nap. Preferably with you. I hope we can meet each other soon.

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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