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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!

Burt

Burt was surrendered, along with a few other felines, when their health needs became overwhelming for his previous owner. While his housemates had intestinal parasites, ulcers, fleas, and more, Burt was lucky to only have fleas. Once rid of his flea infestation, his forever home was right around the corner!

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

Something special stood out to me when I first saw Burt's photo on the adoption page. I made an appointment to visit him and see if he was a good match. He was certainly scared and shy when ...

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Jaxy

Jaxy, now known as Tilly was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County by a Good Samaritan. Initially incredibly shy, Tillie took a bit to come out of her shell but once she did, she found her forever home!

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

Tilly only took one day to adjust to her new home and even slept in my bed that evening! Now, she has taken over the house!

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Wookie

Wookie, now known as Louie, was found wandering alone and brought to the Humane Society of Summit County. It was clear he had been outside and alone for quite some time because he arrived very dirty and struggling with a cough. A good bath and antibiotics were all Louie needed to be ready for his bright future.

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

My partner and I adopted Wookie (who now goes by Louie/Lou) recently and we couldn't wait to send you all a thank you. This past week has been full of ...

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Cayenne

Cayenne, now known as Allie, was found covered in her own waste by a Good Samaritan. With a good bath and a few weeks being spoiled in a foster home, Allie was ready for her forever home!

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

Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to adopt Allie. She is such a joy. We ended up adopting another one from Stark Humane Society also. We were so lost when the 2 cats we had passed away within 3 months of each other. Now we are happy again.

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Kai

Kai, now known as Kylie, arrived at our shelter along with her two littermates. A Good Samaritan found the three kittens alone and struggling to survive. With a course of antibiotics and the love and attention of a foster family, Kylie quickly grew into a strong, healthy kitten!

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

Adopting Kylie has been the best thing that happened to me coming off of the worst month of my life. I had this assumption of what an animal shelter would look like and when I came to yours I couldn't ...

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Joe

Joe was surrendered to the Humane Society of Summit County, along with two other felines, when his owner could no longer take care of him. After a quick recovery from an upper respiratory infection, Joe found his forever home.

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

We adopted Joe recently and he has fit into our home perfectly with no problems. He sleeps with me every night and gets along with our two small dogs. We got him a cat tree and he loves watching the birds, bunnies, squirrels, and raccoons from his perch. He's ...

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Norris

Norris, now known as Mocha, was rescued by our Humane Officers after having been abandoned in a home. While he was initially quite shy in the shelter, he found the perfect forever home.

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

Mocha is an absolute joy in my life. I was so nervous about adding another cat to my family but I am so happy I chose to bring him home. I had a couple of issues in the beginning but all have resolved and he and Tillie(my female) are becoming friends. He is my shadow, my ...

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Poppy

When a Good Samaritan brought Poppy, now known as Zara, in, she was suffering immensely. Her fur was so matted she had to be shaved entirely before our veterinary team could begin to understand the breadth of her issues. Once free of the painful mats, Zara was still clearly suffering. Masses were found on her abdomen, her teeth needed work, and something was going on with her eyes. Our shelter veterinarian later removed the masses from her abdomen as well as a few teeth. The veterinarian also determined Zara was suffering from chronic dry eye in addition to being totally blind ...

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Rhielly

Rhielly was surrendered to the Humane Society of Summit County when her health became too overwhelming for her previous owners to manage. Suffering from constant vomiting, Rhielly was lethargic and clearly not feeling her best. Our veterinary team ran diagnostic testing to rule out any life-threatening conditions and, once that was ruled out, began trying other things to manage her digestive concerns. Ultimately, a prescription diet seemed to ease her suffering and help her get better. Finally feeling her best, Rhielly found her forever home.

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

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Pumpkin

Pumpkin was surrendered to the Humane Society of Summit County when his care became overwhelming for his previous owner. With a bit of grooming and love, Pumpkin was ready for his forever home.

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

I have been a widower for several years and the house was far too quiet. I thought it would be great to have a companion, so I adopted an older cat who might not get a forever home. He has been a great companion!

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