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The shelter is open for adoptions from Tuesday through Friday from 2-7PM and Saturday/Sunday from 11AM-4PM. Liberty Humane Society shelters cats and dogs, and occasionally small animals, for adoption. Every animal is temperament tested, vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and micro-chipped. To adopt an animal, an adoption application must be completed and approved.

If the animal you are interested in meeting is labeled with "Foster" next to its name on Petfinder, then this animal does not live at the shelter but is still available for adoption.


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Volunteer and a very cute brown pitbull with a vibrantly orange Adopt Me vest sitting on the sidelines at an outdoor adoption event

Did you know that the Liberty Humane Society holds and attends adoption events? Make sure to check out our Calendar of Events for a listing of our upcoming adoption events! We hold and attend adoption events all year long. So, come on out and see adoptable animals from our shelter as well as foster homes!



Featured Cat

Oboe
Tip Oboe is handsome and lovable and just wants to be your best friend. He reminds me of Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh - big sad eyes. Other than warm cuddles, head scratches, food and water, he doesn't seem to expect very much - just love him and he will love you right back, unconditionally. He is very good at giving hugs but could really use some TLC. He is patient, kind and gentle. He seems very wise and all knowing - the type of cat that can sense your mood and will try really hard to provide comfort on cloudy days. When one speaks to Oboe, it's like he knows exactly what you are saying, and he tells you he understands with his big expressive eyes. He would most likely do well with other mild mannered pets and children, but would probably prefer a calm setting.

Find Oboe's Petfinder Profile Here!



Posted: Jan 21, 2015

 

Featured Dog

Nils- In Foster
Brownie Meet Nils, a big boy with the drive to be your 75-lb lap dog (Ok, maybe body pillow)! But hey, big is beautiful too!

Nils, a five year old pit-mastiff mix, came to LHS in bad shape. He had a thick chain collar embedded in his neck and his vision is slightly damaged from injury. Even still Nils is a loving, forgiving boy and bears no ill-will to people at all! In fact he so enjoys the company of his current foster family he finds ways to snuggle up, cuddle up, and generally be a good and affectionate boy as often as possible.

A real people pleaser with nice manners -- no jumping or unruly behavior here! -- Nils is housebroken, gentle, and easily give up his toys and rawhides.

Do you have another dog at home? Nils is choosy about who he spends his time with, so please be sure to check in with LHS Adoption Counselors before you visit our Nils.

This mellow gentleman with an affectionate heart will be the perfect dog for just about anyone. Please reach out to our LHS Adoption Manager at Grace@libertyhumane.org and make an appointment to meet Nils soon!

Lots of love, Nils xoxo
Posted: Jan 21, 2015

 



Alleviate the financial stress associated with your pet’s unexpected medical expenses and generate funds for the Liberty Humane Society at the same time! Click here or on the ShelterCare banner to apply online for a ShelterCare Pet Insurance Program.

ShelterCare Pet Insurnace Programs cover you when your pet needs essential veterinary care from an illness or injury. Every time a completed application for a ShelterCare program is generated through this website, the Liberty Humane Society will receive a $25 donation to help with our own shelter needs.