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Adoption updates and photos from Humane Society of Summit County alumni!
Interested in sharing your own story? Email us an update and photos at foreverhome@summithumane.org!

Ringer

Ringer was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County by a Good Samaritan who found him suffering from an eye infection and intestinal parasites. Our veterinary team put him on a course of antibiotics and in no time he was ready for his forever home!

Here's what his forever family had to say about him:

He, to put it simply, is AMAZING. He fits in absolutely perfect with our family. It took all of 2 days for him to win over his new cat brother, Thomas. Since then they have been inseparable. They sleep together, eat together, play ...

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Boujee

Boujee, now known as Melia, was rescued by our Humane Officers from a hoarding situation where she was living with 22 other felines. Covered in fleas and scabs, Melia was ready for a forever home where she could live in peace and quiet.

Here's what her forever family had to say about her:

Ever since bringing her home Melia has been nothing but a delight. The moment we let her out of her carrier on her first day with us, she was rubbing up against us and demanding pets right away! Since then, she's made herself at home ...

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Pink

Pink, now known as Lulu, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County along with 3 other adult felines and 4 kittens. It was clear Lulu was the mother of the kittens so she got to spend several weeks with her kittens in a foster home until all of them were ready for their forever homes!

Here's what her forever family had to say about her:

Although she was very timid at first, Lulu (a.k.a. Princess PrettyKitty, a.k.a. Miss Meow Meow, a.k.a. Lulu That's Youyou) has certainly blossomed into a confident ...

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Hermione

Hermione, now known as Kyra, was abandoned at the front door of the Humane Society of Summit County along with her 6 littermates. All seven kittens were flea-infested and so young their eyes were barely open. Once her fleas were under control, Kyra spent a few weeks with a foster family, growing and getting strong enough to survive on her own. Not long after, Kyra found her forever family!

Here's what her forever family had to say about her:

I couldn’t imagine our family without Kyra! She is leash training & hikes with my husband & I. We love the ...

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Ferris and Inu

When Ferris and Inu, now known as Figaro and Galileo, arrived at the Humane Society of Summit County, both were suffering from the harsh realities of being abandoned kittens. Ferris was too tiny to live on his own and covered in fleas; Inu was emaciated and suffering from intestinal parasites. With some TLC and antibiotics, both Ferris and Inu were ready to find their forever home.

Here's what their forever home had to say about them:

We became attached to our little kittens very fast. From our first night with them we fell in love. Galileo has the ...

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Pamela & Zanzie

Pamela and Zanzie, now known as Sophie and Zander, were both brought to the Humane Society of Summit County by Good Samaritans. Sophie was nursing a litter of 4 kittens and so thin she was struggling to do so. Zander was suffering from a wound on his neck and intestinal parasites. Once these two were feeling better, they found their forever home together!

Here's what their forever family had to say about them:

I recently came across photos of Sophie and Zander from 2019 and didn't realize how much they had changed....particularly Sophie. She is such a beautiful ...

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Australia

Australia, now known as Baker, was rescued by our Humane Officers from a hoarding situation along with 65 other felines. During his stay with us, Baker had minor eye surgery and quickly found his forever home after he recovered!

Here's what his forever family had to say about him:

Baker is doing so well in his new home with his newfound personal attention and opportunities for peace. He loves to run around, play with toys and lasers, and get all the love from our whole family. He is also getting along well with our resident cat, Kalani! They share the same space and are great at sharing food. I ...

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Sweetheart

Sweetheart was brought in to the Humane Society of Summit County by a Good Samaritan. She was suffering from a shoulder wound and had contract FIV somewhere along the way. After her shoulder wound had healed, she found a forever home right away!

Here's what her forever family had to say about her:

She’s still “food motivated” (almost doubled her weight since adoption) and has become a very sweet and loving member of the family. She loves her festive attire!

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Shady

Shady, now known as Lola, was surrendered to the Humane Society of Summit County when her health concerns became overwhelming for her previous owners. Lola was suffering from severe skin and ear infections. Once her skin was on the mend and her ears were healthy, Lola found her forever home in the blink of an eye!

Here's what her forever family had to say about her:

She’s the best dog ever! She can go the long haul on walks and is very smart - I just love her to pieces and I get compliments on her all the time."

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Brandy

Brandy was found by our Humane Officers after being abandoned on a property. Alone and scared, Brandy was in relatively good health and very ready for a forever family to love and pamper her.

Here's what her forever family had to say about her:

I just wanted to say thank you. I needed this sweet baby as much as she needed me. I AM SO GRATEFUL. This my Brandy after a spa day. I am learning so much about me from her. Thank you for allowing me to be her fur mom.

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