Dogs and cats looking for a new home in Lane County, Oregon

Greenhill Humane Society

Meet Forbes, a handsome, sturdy 3-year-old pittie! He is a favorite of staff and volunteers because he has the goofiest personality and the biggest smile. He’s a silly boy who loves playing with toys, snacking on cheese, and scratching his head. We love her moving buttocks, her adorable sniffles while sniffling and her photogenicity! He would make the best co-pilot of a loving family. He is always up for the ride and would enjoy any adventure.

He is looking for a family that will give him time to adapt to his new environment and will spoil him rotten as his only pet. He can be a bit shy at first around new people but warms up quickly. He weighs between 55 and 60 pounds, is neutered, microchipped and up to date on vaccines. Forbes is definitely a loving friend who would make a family very happy.

The Greenhill Humane Society is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily at 88530 Green Hill Road in Eugene. For more information, call 541-689-1503 or visit green-hill.org.

Cat Rescue and Adoption Network

Buzz, left, and Woody

Buzz, a black/white tuxedo, and Woody, a gray tabby, are an adorable pair of teenage kittens around 6 months old. Shy at first, they are playful and friendly once they acclimatize and snuggle up in your lap. They would love to come home together, but can be adopted separately. They are sterilized, vaccinated, microchipped and negative for FIV and FeLV.

You can see Buzz and Woody at our partner PetSmart cattery in South Eugene, 2858 Willamette St. Call 541-225-4955 option 1, or visit our website at CatRescues.org for more information.

Cat Rescue & Adoption Network admitted 91 kittens in June – this year we’ve taken in 364 cats and kittens and there’s no sign of it slowing down. Some of these kittens were born in foster homes after we took in their pregnant mothers, some were living outside and were trapped, some were found in people’s barns, under their house or patio. All are in loving foster homes where they receive all necessary medical care and socialization, and are sterilized, vaccinated, microchipped and dewormed. We had 93 assignment requests from the community in June, which was an all-time high.

CRAN’s mission is to help cats with special needs and we have many in addition to all kittens. We have a kitten with spina bifida, a diabetic cat, a cat that needs to expel its bladder, FIV+ cats, kittens with limb defects, and the list goes on. Every cat with a treatable medical condition receives the medical care they need and we never turn away a cat or kitten because of a medical issue. You can view many of our adoptable cats and kittens at CatRescues.org/cats. You can also meet some of our cats and kittens in our catteries at both PetSmart locations and at Wags! Dog store.

CRAN is an entirely voluntary organization and depends solely on donations. We receive no public funding. You can help by volunteering (we need people for everything from promotion to data entry), buying items from our Amazon Kitten Shower, or donating money or supplies. You can find information about our Kitten Shower, volunteering and donations on our website: CatRescues.org.

Oregon Coast Humane Society

Alyssa

If you’re looking for the purr addition to your family, we have a kitten or 10 just waiting for you! With over 80 kittens in our care, there’s one with the right personality for you, like Alyssa.

Stop by the shelter or apply online to be on the list to receive one of these very special pets. All kittens are sterilized, microchipped and fully vaccinated before adoption.

To see the kittens, stop by the shelter, 2840 Rhododendron Drive, Florence, or apply online at oregoncoasthumanesociety.org.

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