Add a Feline to Your Family During Adopt a Shelter Cat Month
June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month. You can join other cat lovers by adopting a cat this month and head into summer with a new best friend.
The three cats featured are just a few of the 16 cats at Roice-Hurst Humane Society waiting for a new home and a new owner.
Normally, Roice-Hurst is open from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday but during the Furry Friends Kids Camp through June 12 to 15, the shelter will open at noon. The shelter is located at 362 28 Road in Grand Junction.
You can also help raise money for Roice-Hurst Humane Society by participating in the Shelter Break on June 22. CLICK HERE for details.
Alan2-Year-Old Domestic Shorthair Mix
Allan is a graduate of the cat behavior program but can still be stubborn and difficult at times. He has a very strong opinion and a big personality. As long as Alan thinks he's in charge, he'll be a great cat to have around.
Dakota1-Year-Old Shorthair Mix
Dakota came to the shelter as an older feral kitten. He attended and graduated from the cat behavior program and is now a fine feline. It will take a little time for Allan to get acquainted with you, but when he does he's an energetic and fun cat to have around.
Sweeney Frog11-Year-Old Domestic Shorthair Mix
Sweeney Frog is a senior cat who ended up at the shelter when his owner died. He is an extremely sweet cat that's emerging from his grief and looking for a new owner and lap to call his own.