Tri-County Humane Society Pet Patrol: Tire and Meadow
Tire, a 1-month-old mouse, is ready to roll his way right into a new home! Mice can often be skittish creatures at first, so Tire is looking for a home that will give him the socialization and enrichment he’ll need. Tire should be kept on a diet consisting of high-quality mouse/rat pellets, and supplemented with fruits, veggies, seeds, etc. Offering those special treats is a means to socialize him to being around and enjoying people. He’d enjoy a cage set-up with objects such as an enclosed wheel, tunnels and ladders. Interaction with his new family is important as mice are social, intelligent creatures.
Meadow is a 2 year old spayed cat who is at Kitty Korner (corner of Washington Memorial Dr and Division St.) waiting to be discovered. She went to foster care with her kitten; the foster said she is a loving and playful kitty. Someone who always wants to hang out and love on their cat would be ideal for Meadow. (She prefers being in the company of people over being alone.) It took Meadow some time to warm up to other cats in the foster home, but after a couple weeks, she loved them! She hasn't had the chance to meet other animals or small children yet, but she does great around new people she meets. Her adoption fee would be waived for a senior citizen or veteran.
Appointments are necessary for surrendering, viewing or adopting animals. To set up your appointment call 320-252-0896. They’re open Monday through Thursdays Noon to 6; Fridays noon to 8; Saturdays 11 to 5; and Sundays Noon to 5. Pre-shop on the website, www.tricountyhumanesociety.org
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