Pet of the Week


The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter Pet of the Week is Sphinx, a male, neutered, 10-year-old cat. He wants to be close to you and on your lap as he was sitting on his last owner’s lap when his owner passed away. He must go to a home without dogs. Other cats are OK. He loves to lounge around and watch birds. Visit the animal shelter, located on 9331 SR 124 east of Hillsboro, if you can provide a good home to any of the dogs or cats. For more information, call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week noon to 5 p.m. and is closed on Wednesdays. “Please do not take your pets to fireworks,” the Humane Society said. “Their ears are very sensitive and every years there are lots of animals that get scared and run away from the noise. They are often lost and never find their way home.

The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter Pet of the Week is Sphinx, a male, neutered, 10-year-old cat. He wants to be close to you and on your lap as he was sitting on his last owner’s lap when his owner passed away. He must go to a home without dogs. Other cats are OK. He loves to lounge around and watch birds. Visit the animal shelter, located on 9331 SR 124 east of Hillsboro, if you can provide a good home to any of the dogs or cats. For more information, call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week noon to 5 p.m. and is closed on Wednesdays. “Please do not take your pets to fireworks,” the Humane Society said. “Their ears are very sensitive and every years there are lots of animals that get scared and run away from the noise. They are often lost and never find their way home.


The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter Pet of the Week is Sphinx, a male, neutered, 10-year-old cat. He wants to be close to you and on your lap as he was sitting on his last owner’s lap when his owner passed away. He must go to a home without dogs. Other cats are OK. He loves to lounge around and watch birds. Visit the animal shelter, located on 9331 SR 124 east of Hillsboro, if you can provide a good home to any of the dogs or cats. For more information, call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week noon to 5 p.m. and is closed on Wednesdays. “Please do not take your pets to fireworks,” the Humane Society said. “Their ears are very sensitive and every years there are lots of animals that get scared and run away from the noise. They are often lost and never find their way home.

The Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter Pet of the Week is Sphinx, a male, neutered, 10-year-old cat. He wants to be close to you and on your lap as he was sitting on his last owner’s lap when his owner passed away. He must go to a home without dogs. Other cats are OK. He loves to lounge around and watch birds. Visit the animal shelter, located on 9331 SR 124 east of Hillsboro, if you can provide a good home to any of the dogs or cats. For more information, call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week noon to 5 p.m. and is closed on Wednesdays. “Please do not take your pets to fireworks,” the Humane Society said. “Their ears are very sensitive and every years there are lots of animals that get scared and run away from the noise. They are often lost and never find their way home.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/06/web1_Pet-of-Week-pic.jpgThe Highland County Humane Society Animal Shelter Pet of the Week is Sphinx, a male, neutered, 10-year-old cat. He wants to be close to you and on your lap as he was sitting on his last owner’s lap when his owner passed away. He must go to a home without dogs. Other cats are OK. He loves to lounge around and watch birds. Visit the animal shelter, located on 9331 SR 124 east of Hillsboro, if you can provide a good home to any of the dogs or cats. For more information, call 937-393-2110. The shelter is open six days a week noon to 5 p.m. and is closed on Wednesdays. “Please do not take your pets to fireworks,” the Humane Society said. “Their ears are very sensitive and every years there are lots of animals that get scared and run away from the noise. They are often lost and never find their way home.