Carroll County Animals in Need of a Good Home

Make Easter special, save an animal.

What would be better than a basket full of jelly beans on Easter morning? How about a kitten, a rabbit or a dog? Here are some of the peppy little pets at the Carroll County Humane Society looking for a home.

Jackson is a 2-year-old neutered male Bully breed.  He is deaf, so it is very important that his new owner have lots of patience and time to get to know the best way to communicate with him.

Buddy is a 2-year-old Lab/Bully Breed mix.  He is strong so he would do well in a family with older children.

Jake is a 4-year-old male Beagle.  He is a quiet little guy for his breed and is hoping that this unique trait will get him adopted that much sooner.

Bo Bo is a 3-year-old male Poodle mix.  He is sporting completely different looks in pictures before and after his recent haircut and the transformation is amazing.  Be sure to click on his picture to see both his styles and then come meet him in person.

Smitty is a 4-month-old male kitten.  He has medium length hair, beautiful eyes and always seems to have a smile on his face. 

Piggy is a 1 ½ year old neutered male cat.  He gets his name from how much he loves to eat and how much he loves to steal all the couch space.  Despite a ‘hog’ of a name he is not selfish at all with all the love he has to give.

Cody is a 2-year-old male cat who loves to play in his card board box.  He has long gray hair with white markings and is excited to set up his box in his new home.

Peter is a male adult rabbit who is ready to meet his new family in time for Easter.  Adoption fee $10.00.

Cottontail is a white adult female bunny.  She is hoping she can make a family’s Easter extra special this year.  Adoption fee $10.00.

Cats are spayed by the Westminster Veterinary Hospital.

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.

Related Topics: AdoptionBunniesCatsDogsHumane SocietyKittensRabbit


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