The Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia (HSSCG) is currently housing numerous dogs and cats that need to find new homes. Some are new arrivals, while others are turning out to be long-term residents of the no-kill shelter. While puppies and kittens are a popular choice, there are many adult and senior dogs and cats that would make a good companion as well.
For instance, this sweet girl has been at the HSSCG for about three weeks. Georgia Mae is all set for a new home.
She is spayed, microchipped, current on core vaccines and negative for heartworms. Adopting this year-old beagle mix dog will ensure you always have ‘Georgia on your mind’.
Perhaps a large lapdog is what you are searching for. In that case, meet Lyrica.
Lyrica is about a year old, and was also placed in the shelter earlier this month. She is a Rhodesian Ridgeback Mix and is listed as being house trained.
‘Pocket puppies’ are plentiful at the shelter as well. Say hello to Rocket.
Rocket has been at the shelter since January, and is described as having plenty of love and energy. He weighs about 15 pounds, is neutered, micro-chipped, current on core vaccines and tested negative for heart worms.
In addition to these three beauties, there are 15 others listed on the shelter’s website.
If a cat might be a better fit for your household, HSSCG has a variety of felines as well.
Here’s Harvest, a small black and grey colored kitty that has been at the shelter since last October.
Close to a year and half old, this small spayed female is still young enough to be playful, but probably just for short periods of time.
Meet George and Binky.For a dynamic duo, consider these two that were surrendered to the shelter from the same household.
According to the shelter’s website, ‘George and Binky arrived together, surrendered by a family no longer able to care for them. Although they will never chase anyone down to get hugs and kisses, they are perfectly happy to let you love them on their terms. George is listed as a neutered six-year-old, while Binky is about four years old. She has been spayed, and neither have been declawed.’
In addition to these three cats, there are 29 more listed for adoption on their website.
The price of adoption includes vaccinations a bag of food and a voucher for a visit at a participating vet within 14 days.The adoption prices are $100 for dogs, $125 for puppies and cats and kittens are $50 each.
There will also be a cardboard carrier that can be purchased for $5.00. A carrier is required to take home a cat or kitten. And a leash and collar must be used to take a dog home. They can be purchased at the facility.
Hours are noon until 5:00 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays.
To learn more about any of these adoptables, or for the full selection, visit the HSSCG’s website here.
Want to view even more adoptable dogs and cats? Check out Camden County’s animals!