June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month, and there’s never been a better time to add a feline furball to your family. It’s “kitten season”, and I’ll bet your local shelter is bursting at the seams with adoptable cats of all ages and sizes.
Today we’re sharing some of the handsome eligible kitty cat bachelors from our local shelter, the Humane Society for Hamilton County in Noblesville, Indiana. We’ll kick things off with Nolan, a sweet one year old Domestic Shorthair. His face is a little bit irresistible, isn’t it?
Next up is Taz, a handsome 4 year old Domestic Shorthair. Aren’t his eyes just gorgeous? He looks a lot like my evil kitty, Snickers.
This good looking fella is Hermie, and while we firmly believe that no cat should spend a single one of his nine lives in a shelter, we feel it’s especially true for seniors. Hermie is 11 years old, and he’s looking for a loving retirement home to live out his golden years.
Another senior boy in search of his forever family is Siamese mix Sterling. At 8 years old, his preference is a quiet home without small children. Does that sound like your house?
Our final bachelor is Shadow, a 9 year old Domestic Shorthair who’s looking for a home where he’ll be the only cat, with children age 10 and older. Can you offer him a safe haven?
Each of these beautiful kitties is available at the Humane Society for Hamilton County. Click directly on their photos to learn more about how you can make them part of your family.
Even if you’re not in a position to adopt a cat right now, you can still make a difference in the lives of these 5 gentlemen and homeless cats everywhere. Here are 5 simple ways you can help:
- Donate your Facebook status and post a simple message informing your friends and family that June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month, and remind them to spay and neuter their pets.
- Tweet the same message on Twitter. Social media changes the lives of shelter pets every day, but you have to get involved to make it work!
- Become a foster parent. Fostering is like adopting, only not forever. Basically you’re allowing a kitty in need to crash on your couch for a little while until his forever family comes for him.
- Volunteer at your local shelter. Trust me, even if it’s just washing dishes or folding laundry, your shelter can use an extra pair of hands.
- Share this post with your friends and family using the buttons below. Let them know about Nolan, Taz, Hermie, Sterling, Shadow, and all the other kitties who are waiting at the shelter in Noblesville.
There are so many ways you can make a difference for homeless pets. What will you choose to do today?