Black cats are the hardest animals to get adopted at animal shelters. I know this from personal experience. I have been at the HSLC for years and am still waiting for freedom, aka a new home. Fresh air is my favorite and if you pop a window open you will know just where to find me. I must admit, I'm not the most affectionate cat and prefer to do my own thing. I don't mind people or other animals, but I do like them more if they just hang out with me rather than mess with me. When I do want attention I let you know, and like having my head petted. My back however I do not like touched, I know it's weird. I would however like a new family to take me home and give me the space I need, both in square footage and in my bubble. Don't shy away from me, I'm not as bad as I seem, I'm just a loner that enjoys my freedom!
Monday, April 17, 2017
Transport to APL for Spay/Neuter Clinic
7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
Big R of Lincoln, 1501 Woodlawn Road Lincoln, IL.
Saturday, April 8, 2017
8:00 AM to SOLD OUT
Lincoln IGA, 713 Pulaski Street, Lincoln, IL.
Saturday, June 10, 2017
Logan County Fairgrounds, during HSLC Garage Sale, Lincoln, IL 62656
10 a.m.—8 p.m.
Cost: $50 per team
Check out our adoptable pets that have now gone to their new forever home!
Calendars on sale at Prairie Years, 121 N. Kickapoo, in Lincoln, and the HSLC Shelter, located at 1801 E. Lincoln Parkway, in Lincoln. They will also be sold at events around the County. Calendars cover 14 months, beginning November, 2016.
Cost per calendar: $10.00 plus tax
Click on link below for more info...
Community support is essential to help the Humane Society of Logan County provide care and comfort for abandoned, abused, and neglected animals. All donations provided to the HSLC are tax deductible. Please consider donating one or more of the below items on our ‘Fetch List.’ The generosity, efforts, and support of our community are greatly appreciated!
Next spay/neuter transport to the Animal Protective League in Springfield is Monday, April 17, 2017