'Snap', 'Crackle' and 'Pop' at the Humane Society This Week

Here is a short list of some of the pets available for adoption at the Carroll County Humane Society. Also, June is “Adopt a Cat” month, so cats are “adopt one/get one FREE”.


Brady is a 3-year-old Beagle/Lab mix who is looking for a good time.  He loves to play and hopes to find an owner who will play with him every day.

Bailey is a 1 ½ year old spayed female Boxer/Beagle mix.  She would do well with an owner who has no small children and has a lot of time to spend with her.  She is a very sweet girl but is extremely shy and nervous.  Hopefully with the right loving family she can come out of her shell and feel at home.

Pepper is a 5-year-old spayed female Doberman. She has a red and tan coat and is described as ‘quite elegant’ and ‘well mannered’.   She would do best in a home where there are no other animals as she would love to keep all the attention to herself.

Andy is a 2-year-old male cat with a ‘big heart and a loving purr’.  He has beautiful gold eyes that will mesmerize you into falling in love right away.

Harry is an 8-year-old neutered male/front declawed cat with long soft black and white fur.  He was adopted from the Humane Society but brought back because his new owners were allergic to him.  While he is sad that he didn’t work out, he knows that the right family is out there ready to love him forever.

Lina is an 8-month-old female cat who loves relaxing on a soft blanket.  She has pretty gold-green eyes and a pretty face that will make a great addition to any family looking for a four-footed-friend.

Snap is an 8-week-old female kitten.  She and her siblings Crackle, Pop and Crispies are all adorable kittens with bright blue eyes who are ready to find a home where they can grow and learn all about the world.

Rodney is a “manly” Rooster with lots of personality and ‘cock-a-doodle-doo’.  Adoption fee $5.00. 

Midnight Fury and Bugs are 4-month-old male Lop Rabbits.  Midnight Fury is all black and Bugs is various shades of gray.  Both have sweet faces and are ready to go to their new home.  Adoption fee: $10.00 each.

Cats are adopt one/get one FREE for the month of June.  For a full list of cats for adoption click here

For a full list of dogs for adoption click here.

For a full list of other animals for adoption click here.

Visit the Humane Society Website to learn about adoption requirements and see how you can volunteer to help animals in need.


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