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Will You Consider Adopting Cute Little Artemis?

Get your tickets now for the annual Bark and Boogie Ball slated for Saturday, Oct. 20 - see below for more details.

Will You Consider Adopting Cute Little Artemis? Will You Consider Adopting Cute Little Artemis? Will You Consider Adopting Cute Little Artemis? Will You Consider Adopting Cute Little Artemis?

Artemis, a sweet baby female calico tabby born around April 17, 2012. She currently lives with a loving foster family where she's learning to be a great house cat. She enjoys playing with other cats and chasing her toy mouse. Artemis really loves taking long relaxing naps after watching birds and squirrels from her favorite spot at the window. She is patiently waiting for that special forever home and would make a great addition to your family. Give Artemis a chance!

Mama Macy is a Lab born on Sept. 5, 2010. Mama who is sweet, docile, loving, gentle and comes when u call her, recently had eight puppies. She loves to lie on her back have her belly rubbed. She also had her first walk at the park on a leash and did okay. She plays with her pups and is still loving to them. She only barks when she senses an animal, person or if a car comes up the driveway. She is not an obnoxious barker.

Marmy is an orange female short hair tabby born around Nov. 1, 2002. She currently lives at the adoption center with lots of kitty roommates. Originally, she was found starving, afraid, and hungry with her four kittens in an abandoned house. A realtor found them and took them to a kill shelter. Luckily, they were rescued again by the wonderful people at the Humane Society (a "no kill" shelter). Marmy is an easygoing kitty that gets along well with everyone. She likes it when visitors come to pet and play and hand out treats. It's been said that orange cats are the smartest. Three of the kittens were adopted which is wonderful news, but Marmy and her last kitten, a female named Special are left. The two are always together and are the best of friends; will you consider adopting both mom and daughter? It would be heartbreaking to separate the two.

Summer is a female French bulldog-mix with an estimated birthdate of Jan. 2, 2009. She was abandoned at a boarding facility where her family never came back to get her. She is sweet and really coming out of her shell. She would prefer not to share her home with children. She will need someone with lots of love and attention to give.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

  • The Humane Society of Forsyth County, the No-Kill Shelter, will celebrate National Cat Day, Monday, Oct. 29, with a terrific sale. For one day only, all cats and kittens will be just $45 each or two for $65.00! Visit the website and click on "Adopt" to learn more about and view pictures of the fantastic felines who are waiting for their forever homes. If you have room in your heart for one (or two) of them, stop by the HSFC shelter at 4440 Keith Bridge Road in Cumming. Shelter hours are daily from noon - 6 p.m. For more information, call the shelter at 770-887-6480.
  • The HSFC announces a new adoption venue for dogs at the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market (1321 Atlanta Highway in Cumming). On the third Saturday of each month, the Humane Society hosts dog adoptions – dates for 2012 are: Oct. 20, Nov. 17 and Dec. 15. For directions to the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market, visit www.lakewoodantiques.com.

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