Friday, March 9, 2012
This 5-month-old cat is in the care of Kendall County Animal Control, and is looking for a forever home.
Meet Jasmine. She's a 5-month-old domestic longhair who was rescued as a stray, and brought in to Kendall County Animal Control about a month ago. She's sweet as can be, according to Warden Anna Payton, and gets along well with other people and other cats. Payton said any type of family would be a good fit for Jasmine—she's good with kids as well. If you're interested in adopting Jasmine (or any other cat or dog at the shelter), call Animal Control at 630-553-9256.
Friday, April 8, 2011
Found abandoned on a front porch, Amee is a medium-hair cat with a ragged tail and a burn mark, but a sweet and friendly personality.
Welcome to Adopt Me, a weekly feature in which we spotlight animals looking for homes. All the cute critters featured in Adopt Me are currently at the Kendall County Animal Shelter in Yorkville or the Oswego Animal Hospital. Amee is a three- or four-year-old medium-hair cat that has clearly spent some time in the wild. Her tail is broken in two places, and will need to be docked, according to Kendall County Animal Control Warden Christine Johnson, and she has a burn mark on the top of her head. Amee was found abandoned by a resident, and brought to the shelter on Monday. She's been through the wringer, but she's sweet and friendly, and would be a great lap cat. For information on adopting Amee, call 630-553-9256. Last week's pet, Beauty, …
Friday, February 4, 2011
Piggy, a three-year-old cat at the Kendall County Animal Control Shelter, is cute but calm.
Little Miss Piggy is looking for a new home. She's been staying at the Kendall County Animal Control shelter since late November. She is an affectionate and sweet three-year-old. Last week's featured pet, 6-year-old Beagle named Cooper, is still available. For more information on adoptions, call the shelter at 630-553-9256.