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Find-a-Friend Friday: Pop

September 28th, 2012 10:59 am by Kelly


“Paint me like one of your Siamese kittens.”
Photos courtesy of HELP Humane Society.


 

Pop, what a pretty boy! Unfortunately he’s a bit traumatized from living with too many cats and too little food, so he needs a patient, loving home to help coax him out of his shell. If you think that’s you, give HELP Humane Society today. Or think about adopting one of the other wonderful felines currently in the care of this no-kill shelter – help free up a spot for another cat in need!

 


 

Pop
Tabby/Domestic Short Hair Mix: An adoptable cat in Belton, MO
Small • Adult • Male

Is this boy gorgeous or not? He literally looks like he is ‘painted’. He was rescued from a horrible situation where cats were just breeding and breeding and no one was even feeding them. Luckily they lived through it and got to safety at our shelter. Pop is very timid with strangers, so he would need a kind patient person to adopt him. He really loves affection but wow, he is just too scared to ask for it. However, after we close at night, he seems to come out of his shell, so we believe that in a quiet home, no children, he would do great! How can you resist such a gorgeous boy, we hope you give him the chance he deserves!! Pop, boy, born 6/09

HELP Humane is a non-profit TRUE No Kill animal shelter currently run on individual donations and fundraising alone. (just south of Kansas City). All HELP animals are treated by veterinarians, receive age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, spayed/neutered and those incoming after Oct 2005, have been micro chipped. Cats have been FeLV/FIV tested and are negative unless otherwise stated. Dogs have been heartworm tested and are on heartworm preventative. We have been told by many adopters that the reason they liked adopting from us is because we have a happy place and all the cats are the friendliest ones they had ever met. HELP Humane believes that all life is precious and is therefore, a TRUE No Kill shelter. We have many FIV and FeLV+ cats in our care. They will live with us until they end their life’s journey or find a permanent home. Come Visit Us! Our hours of operation are Tuesday – Friday, 1pm – 8pm, Saturday 10am – 6pm, Sunday 12pm – 5pm, closed on Monday. 511 Main St. Belton, MO 64012 816-318-HELP www.helppets.org Adoption fees vary according to the needs of the animal up for adoption.

 

Find-a-Friend Friday: Freddie & Hobo

May 11th, 2012 12:03 pm by Kelly


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Freddie and Hobo, a pair of orange tabby friends so similar in appearance
that they could easily pass for blood brothers!
Photos courtesy of HELP Humane Society.


 

Meet Freddie and Hobo, y’all! This super-cute little guys have a sweet story: Freddie the feral cat starting showing up at HELP Humane Society a few years ago and, after some time, brought a friend with him. When he saw how much love Hobo the not-so-feral cat was enjoying from the humans, Freddie decided that he wanted in on the action. And that is how the grinch’s heart melted.

 

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Freddie & Hobo
Domestic Short Hair: An adoptable cat in Belton, MO
Medium • Senior • Male

If ever there were a pair of bonded cats, here they are! Can you tell immediately? Freddie showed up at HELP several years ago as a feral cat, he brought a friend with him and they were inseparable. Then one day, he began coming without his friend, we never knew what happened to her but then he started showing up with Hobo. Hobo was a stray cat, not feral but none of us could bring ourselves to bring Hobo into the shelter and leave Freddie behind again. Funny thing happened, Freddie was watching Hobo getting affection from humans and he decided ‘hey, I need to get in on this!’ So, both he and Hobo decided to come in out of the elements and find an awesome family that would give them a family together. Freddie and Hobo, boys, Freddie born approx 2003, Hobo, born approx 2006. Special adoption fee applies, $90 to adopt the pair.

HELP Humane is a non-profit TRUE No Kill animal shelter currently run on individual donations and fundraising alone. (just south of Kansas City). All HELP animals are treated by veterinarians, receive age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, spayed/neutered and those incoming after Oct 2005, have been micro chipped. Cats have been FeLV/FIV tested and are negative unless otherwise stated. Dogs have been heartworm tested and are on heartworm preventative. We have been told by many adopters that the reason they liked adopting from us is because we have a happy place and all the cats are the friendliest ones they had ever met. HELP Humane believes that all life is precious and is therefore, a TRUE No Kill shelter. We have many FIV and FeLV+ cats in our care. They will live with us until they end their life’s journey or find a permanent home.

Come Visit Us! Our hours of operation are Tuesday – Friday, 1pm – 8pm, Saturday 10am – 6pm, Sunday 12pm – 5pm, closed on Monday. 511 Main St. Belton, MO 64012 816-318-HELP www.helppets.org Adoption fees vary according to the needs of the animal up for adoption

More about Freddie & Hobo
Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary color: Tabby – Orange or Red • Coat length: Short

 

These boys are BFFs, a real packaged deal. Just $90!

 

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Find-a-Friend Friday: Nikita

October 29th, 2010 10:35 am by Kelly


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Nikita is a brownish-tannish-grayish domestic shorthair feline with a funny white chin, gorgeous green eyes, and a cute pink button nose. In this picture, la feline femme stares into the camera, her features accentuated by the black and white spotted background.
Photos courtesy HELP Humane Society.

This week’s Friend hails from the mean streets of Belton, Missouri, where she was picked up by animal control and brought to HELP Humane Society. Originally thought to be a feral cat, Nikita was entered into HELP’s trap, neuter & return (TNR) program…which she promptly flunked out of. Nikita, it seems, prefers the pampered life. Can you blame her?

Nikita
Tabby – Brown/Domestic Short Hair – Brown Mix
Small • Adult • Female

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Surrounded by blankets, a sleepy-looking Nikita curls up on a bench. Cozy!
Photos courtesy HELP Humane Society.

Is this girl gorgeous or what?! Nikita was a feral kitten when she was brought in by animal control. She was put through our TNR (trap, neuter & return) program for feral cats…..which is why you see an eartip. While recovering from her vetting she decided that she would like to be tame and stay inside with the 2-leggeds that appeared to be taking care of her every need. So she stayed…..she is very affectionate and is awesome with other kitties…….how can you resist that?! Nikita, girl, born approx 2005

So, who will be Nikita’s new bipedal servant? Prospective volunteers should report to HELP, vet references in hand, ASAP!

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