If you and your family feel like getting a cat or dog, then you just might find that pet right here.

I have nothing against pet store pets, but there's something especially wonderful about adopting an animal from a shelter. There's a unique loving bond that develops between a human and an animal who find each other through a visit to a shelter.

In Grand Junction, Roice-Hurst Humane Society is a great place to look for your next pet. They're well cared for and the staff has evaluated the animals to make sure they find a forever home that's just right for everyone. Take a look at a few ready for adoption now.

  • Lockwood

    Male Domestic Shorthair Mix

    4-Years-Old

    Lockwood had a great home, but his owner became unable to properly care for him. Like many adult cats, he's very mild-mannered and likes nothing more than to be around people. Jodi or Arlena at Roice-Hurst can fill you in on the rest of Lockwood's story.

    Roice-Hurst Humane Society
  • Falcon

    Female Domestic Longhair Mix

    2-Years-Old

    Falcon is mild-mannered, but still loves to play and be active. He's looking for a family who can give him a lot of attention because he needs some loving. Falcon very smart and some obedience training will challenge him to use his smarts to learn new things.

    Roice-Hurst Humane Society
  • Luna

    Female Domestic Longhair Mix

    4-Years-Old

    Luna was adopted from the shelter when he was a kitten but had to be returned due to a family member who was allergic to him. He's an incredibly sweet and loving cat, but very shy until he gets to know you. Luna is used to being around children and dogs so he would be an excellent family pet.

    Roice-Hurst Humane Society