February 13, 2021

Annie is 'leading the life of luxury' with a volunteer

We don’t feature our volunteers’ adopted animals often enough, so we are happy to share these photos of Annie (formerly Taffy), who was adopted a week ago by one of our fantastic volunteers, Pam.

Pam had watched Annie grow up as a kitten at the shelter. Annie is one of a litter of tabby cats who spent the first several months of their lives waiting to be adopted.
They have all been adopted now, and their owners have each said how loving they are.
Pam told us, “She is the sweetest cat. ... Her favorite toy, besides typical cat mice, etc., is a plastic straw. Go figure!
“As you can see from the pictures, she is leading the life of luxury.”
Thank you, Pam, for all you do for the Clinton County Humane Society, including giving one of our adorable kitties a forever home!

February 12, 2021

Sophie's makeover shows her beauty inside and out

Earlier this year, our shelter received a small, abandoned dog who was in rough shape. 

Thanks to the skill and kindness of one of our volunteers, Vicki, the little dog named Sophie received a makeover. Sophie was adopted shortly after and made herself at home on her new family's farm. 
The family sent us an updated photo, noting that it was like a Better Homes and Gardens-type photo of a warm home with a dog on the hearth. We certainly agree that Sophie is now right where she belongs and getting the love and attention she has always deserved.

Thank you for adopting Sophie from the Clinton County Humane Society! 

And thank you to our volunteer Vicki who did so much to help show Sophie's outward beauty.

February 10, 2021

Kali and her new best friend love to play in the snow

 A couple weeks before Christmas, Kali (named Zola at the shelter) went to her forever home, where she has a canine sister named Kira around her same age. 

Kali snuggled with her human sister the whole 3.5-hour car ride back. 😍

Kali and Kira love running around in the snow AND then they love snuggling afterward with blankets on the couch.

Kali lives in northern Ohio now, and she was lucky to find a forever family who appreciates everything about her. They celebrate holidays with gifts for the dogs and, most important, they allowed Kira and Kali a few days to get to know each other better when they weren't instant friends. 

They may not have been friends at first sight, but they are best friends now.

Thank you for adopting Kali from the Clinton County Humane Society!

February 9, 2021

It’s exhausting being an adorable snow-puppy!

Tommy the pup is so dapper in his sweater that we’re wondering if his middle name is Hilfiger.

Tommy (named Honey Bear at the shelter) was adopted last month from a litter of three.
His new family told us, “He is such a great puppy and is settling in well. Our 9-year-old black Lab is also adjusting well to having a puppy around.
“Thanks so much — we love the addition to our family!”
Thank YOU for adopting Tommy from the Clinton County Humane Society!