HSBC is still brimming with cats of all ages, sizes, and colors. This week, meet two young, friendly felines who would be happy to come home with you.

Lennie is the lonely only male adult in the cat dorms right now. This approximately 10 pound two-year-old is white and brown short hair and has bright green eyes. Lennie is good with people and kids, but isn’t quite sure about other animals. He is affectionate, purrs easily and likes nothing better than to snuggle up with you. He would be an excellent couch potato or foot-warmer for many years to come.

Hazel is a beautiful one-year-old brown tabby who is around eight pounds. She was surrendered to the shelter with her kitten, Duckie. Hazel a is gentle, patient girl who loves attention and chin rubs. She is good with people of all ages and can be choosy about her feline friends (after all, we don’t like everyone we meet either) but is open to sharing. Hazel would be happy to hang out with you anytime!

Did you know that in the United States black cat and dogs are often overlooked because of their color? Of the abundance of kittens we currently have at the shelter waiting to be adopted, the majority are black - including Hazel’s kitten, Duckie. A few great reasons to adopt a black cat – they match your black pants, they don’t judge your hair color, and black is slimming - “fur” sure! Plus, when you adopt one, you are an instant hero!

On a canine note: the pups at HSBC want to know if you’re up for going out for ice cream? Come to the shelter at 7 p.m., Sunday, July 15 to be paired up with a canine companion. Then it’s off for a “drag” through town with a stop at DQ for pup cones and ending at the lake to the pups sit and enjoy their cones with the one on one time and socialization. Contact HSBC with questions.

A quick thanks to everyone who came to see us at Music in the Park last Thursday. Hope you had as much fun as we did!

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