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Hart County Humane Society


pet of the week

Pet of the Week

Meg is a one year old healthy and loving beautiful black cat. A rescued orphaned she was bottle fed and received devoted care to ensure her survival. Not having a momma cat or litter mates, Meg is confused as to what species she is. Affectionately called Puppy by those who love her, this kitty prefers the company of adult people over other animals. Puppy is spayed, micro chipped, appropriately vaccinated and on parasite...

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Also Available For Adoption

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Georgia and HarleyGeorgia and Harley

Georgia and Harley were adopted nine years ago as puppies. The litter mates were raised together with a young girl of their own. When the child grew up and left for college the now older bonded dogs were turned back to the Humane Society. Efforts to separate the siblings have not been successful. Georgia is protective of her weaker brother. The dogs are spayed and neutered, micro chipped, heart worm negative, appropriately vaccinated and treated for parasites.  

Don't Forget About The Available Cats and Kittens

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      Since 2006, the Hart County Humane Society has placed over 3700 amazing animals in loving homes, including those pictured here, with the help of our foster homes and other volunteers.


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