Looking for a home: Shelter shares info about pets up for adoption

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The following animals are available for adoption at Greenfield Hancock Animal Management, 2195 W. U.S. 40, Greenfield. Animals get initial vaccines upon arrival of the facility, and the cost of rabies vaccines and spay/neuter procedures are also covered. For more information, call 317-477-4367. Kennel Manager Megan Manship tells us a little about each pet.

“Moe is a 6-month-old long-haired cat. Moe is a sweet cat, but he is a little bit shy at first. Once he gets to know you, he loves to be petted and loved on. He would make a great snuggler! He is neutered and up to date on vaccines.”

“Milo is approximately 2 years old and has been looking for a home longer than any of the other cats we have here. Milo can be a little bit shy at first, but he loves to nudge your hand for pets! He is neutered and up to date on vaccines.”

“Biscuit is a 1-year-old Bluetick Coonhound. Biscuit needs a patient home that will teach him some manners. Since he is a hound, he does have a loud bark! He is neutered and up to date on vaccines.”

“Cece is a 1-year-old Hound mix. She is very playful and sweet! She would make a great family dog. Cece is spayed and up to date on vaccines.”

If you want to help out but adoption is not an option for your family at this time, donations to local pet shelters are accepted.

-Greenfield Hancock Animal Management: Top items needed include copy paper, bleach, cat toys, Kong toys and paper towels. GHAM is also accepting monetary donations and has an Amazon wish list. Donations can be made by stopping by the facility or by mail, 2195 W. U.S. 40, Greenfield. Pets can be viewed at PetFinder.com or on Facebook; call (317) 477-4367.

-Hancock County Humane Society: Top items needed include monetary donations, Iams adult and kitten dry cat food, bleach, heavy-duty paper towels and cat litter. The facility is at 214 E. Main St., Greenfield; call (317) 462-5404 or visit hancockcountyhumanesociety.org for more.

-Partners in Animal Welfare Society (PAWS): Top items needed include dog food (Purina or Iams), cat food and rabbit food (no red dyes). Monetary donations can be made at pawshancock.org or by the mail at P.O. Box 109, 1547 N. State Street, Greenfield, IN 46140. The facility is located at 1224 W. Main St., Greenfield; visit animals at pawshancock.org and if you see one you want to adopt, email [email protected] to set up a meet and greet. For information on spay and neuter transport services, email [email protected]

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