There are several very nice cats living at a Grand Junction shelter who would like nothing better than to show you what great companions they can be. With your care and love, they'll be happily purring in no time.

The three cats featured represent only about one-third of the felines available at Roice-Hurst Humane Society right now. you can visit with them and find a great friend and companion at the shelter located at 362 28 Road in Grand Junction. The shelter is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. The shelter is closed on Mondays.

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    6-Year-Old Domestic Shorthair Mix

    January spent some time being treated for injuries at Orchard Mesa Veterinary Hospital. Once healed, she headed to Roice-Hurst in hopes of finding a home. She has the gift of gab and will tell you how she likes things. If you want a pet to have a good conversation with, January is just for you.

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    Lady Grey

    5-Year-Old Domestic Shorthair Mix

    Lady Grey was living with a feral colony for about five years, buth that just wasn't her style. Sheis very affectionate and loves to be around humans who care about her. Lady Grey is FIV positive so a medical consult is required before adopting her.

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    1-Year-Old Domestic Shorthair Mix

    Sassafras is a graduate of the cat behavior program. Imagine, you can own a cat with a degree. She's young and full of energy and loves to entertain.