Adoptable canine, cats in Lane County, Oregon

Cat Rescue and Adoption Network

Noel, a turtle bitch, and Theo, an orange male, are cute and playful 9 month old teenage kittens.

Once used to new people and surroundings, they love to purr and cuddle with their people. They have tested positive for feline leukemia (FeLV) and while their life expectancy is likely shorter than normal cats, they are otherwise in good health and will bring years of joy and companionship to their happy, eternal home.

They can be adopted individually (adoption fee is $ 70), but would also love to be adopted together (fee is $ 110 for the couple).

They are altered, vaccinated, chipped and FIV negative.

To meet them, call 541-225-4955, option 1, or visit catrescues.org.

Greenhill Humane Society

Bonnie is a cute, playful girl who loves to play with all toys, especially frisbees, and is a professional at archery.

She is looking for an active family to explore with during the day and cuddle on the couch at night. She loves going to the playgrounds to get the zoomies and smell all the smells.

One employee said: “Bonnie has the funniest personality and is so cute. She is a very gentle, loving girl and will be a very loyal companion. I love her! “

Bonnie is a 1 year old Pit Bull Terrier mix with a beautiful brindle coat and big brown eyes. She weighs between 50 and 55 pounds. It’s not recommended that Bonnie move into a house with another pet right away, but once she’s settled in, she might enjoy a furry sibling. She is friendly and enjoys the company of children, but can be a little rude during playtime.

The Greenhill Humane Society is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., 88530 Green Hill Road in Eugene. Cats are adopted on a first-come basis with limited capacity. Dog and small animal adoptions are by arrangement.

For more information, call 541-689-1503 or visit green-hill.org.

Oregon Coast Humane Society

Garfunkle is the smartest cat we know. This 7 year old boy figured out how to get his own goodies out of the closet, so don’t worry about getting hungry.

Garfunkle isn’t exactly a lap cat, but he can be petted and can sit on the couch next to you after warming up, especially if it’s a treat.

If you’re looking for a couple, Garfunkle would love to come home with you and one of his friends – Linus, Nifty, or Butch.

Fill out an application on oregoncoasthumanesociety.org if you’d like to add Garfunkle to your family.

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