Lane County cats, dogs for adoption

Greenhill Humane Society

Harley is a 6 year old native shorthair cat with beautiful tuxedo tabby markings. She has a very expressive face with stunning green eyes.

She is an affectionate, social cat who loves to be brushed! She befriends you instantly and pushing her pet head into your body.

This sweet lady would thrive in a loving home where her family would give her the care and attention she deserves. In addition to having too much TLC, Harley needs a family to help her lose weight. She doesn’t like loud noises or a lot of activity, so she hopes to find a quiet home where she can be active and maintain her diet.

Harley is looking for an indoor home with occasional access to the outdoors to soak up the sun. She can get along well with other cats after a slow introductory period and prefers to be away from dogs and children.

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

Cat Rescue and Adoption Network

Sprinkles is an adorable female tortico kitten (a mix of calico and tortoiseshell) around 9 months old. This girl is great in love and great with people! She loves running and playing with her siblings (her Tortico sister Wispy and the orange tabby brother Cheeto).

She and her sibling have tested positive for feline leukemia (FeLV), and while their lifespan is likely shorter than normal cats, they are otherwise in excellent health and will bring years of joy and companionship to their happy, eternal home.

She can be adopted individually (adoption fee is $ 70), but would also love to be adopted with a sibling.

These teens are altered, vaccinated, chipped, and negative for FIV.

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

Oregon Coast Humane Society

It is the perfect time to choose your new family member (s) with the Oregon Coast Humane Society. Our kittens are spayed / neutered, chipped and fully vaccinated before going to their eternal home.

Thank you for making the decision to adopt your next family pet.

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