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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!

Planer

Planer, now known as Freya, was rescued by our Humane Officers from a hoarding situation along with more than 40 other felines. Thin and incredibly dirty, Freya was desperately in need of a bath and loving attention, thankfully she found just the right family ready to give her that attention.

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

Freya has really come out of her shell these last few months and is such a loving, playful, and chatty kitty. She loves to be pet, and will meow at me to cuddle with her throughout the day if ...

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Astoria

Astoria, now known as Cecelia, was found in pretty rough shape by a Good Samaritan. Suffering from a flea infestation and all-over hair loss, Cecelia was also plagued by a chronic upper respiratory infection. Once her skin conditions were under control and she was free of fleas, Cecelia was put on a strong course of antibiotics just in time to find her forever home!

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

My dear kitty Cecelia was adopted from your organization two Christmases ago. Upon her arrival home, we properly introduced her to her two new brothers ...

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Chester

Chester, now known as Russell, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County as an injured stray suffering from abrasions to his ears and hind as well ear and skin infections. Our veterinary team determined his skin infection was due to a flea infestation and was able to quickly treat the fleas and ear infection. Russell took a while to find the right home, but once he found the right one, it was forever!

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

"We have had Russell, our Jack Russell Corgi mix, for over 3 years now. He ...

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Pongo

Pongo, now known as Gilda, was rescued by our Humane Officers when her previous owners were not caring for her. After a good bath and routine testing and veterinary care, Gilda was very ready to find her forever home!

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

We are so lucky to have found our girl Gilda, aka Gilly, and grateful to you all for all you do to place pets in their forever homes. Gilly is fitting in perfectly with the family and it is never a dull moment with this one around! It has been ...

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Honeycrisp

Honeycrisp, along with 2 other dogs, was rescued by our Humane Officers from a terrible situation. Living in a cage surrounded by her own waste, Honeycrisp had broken teeth, skin irritation from the waste around her, and was all around in poor health. During routine testing, our veterinary team determined she was also suffering from heartworm disease. Intensive antibiotics, dental work, and cage rest were on deck for Honeycrisp's time at our shelter. Quickly a staff favorite, Honeycrisp's attitude was always positive and happy and while her recovery wasn't easy, she powered through. More than 7 months ...

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Tatum

Tatum came to the Humane Society of Summit County as an injured stray suffering from a leg wound. Thankfully both the leg wound was fairly minor and healed easily, but Tatum went overlooked by adopters for quite some time. Finally, he found his forever home and it's a perfect fit!

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

To start with, we want to say thank you for all that you do to take such good care of the wonderful animals in your care! My daughter contacted you and soon met up with wonderful, loving Tatum ...

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Earosmith

Earosmith, now known as Günther, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County as an injured stray. Our veterinary team cleaned his wounds and with just a short time to heal, Günther was ready for his forever home!

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

Earosmith's name is now Günther because of his resting unenthused eyes (that's how others see him but to me, he's a happy-looking baby) and older demeanor. He LOVES to play! Anything with string or arts n crafts pipe cleaners he's obsessed with. He likes the cheap ...

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Turnip

Turnip, now known as Fiona, and her littermates were brought to the Humane Society of Summit County after being found by a Good Samaritan. While a few of her littermates were suffering from intestinal parasites upon arrival, Fiona managed to stay healthy and was ready for adoption the minute she was strong enough to survive on her own!

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

I adopted Fiona a few months back and she loves her new home and her sister Blossom. Thanks again for finding her, we love her so much!

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Reva

Reva was rescued by our Humane Officers from a hoarding situation along with several other felines. Reva had never really known what human love was like, and she took quite a bit of time to warm to the idea. With some time in a foster home to learn to trust people, Reva found a forever home perfect for her!

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

It took a little while for Reva to warm up to me but once she did I discovered that she had such a sweet and silly personality. She loves coming ...

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Muffin

Muffin, now known as Salem, was found as a kitten, too young to survive alone, by a Good Samaritan. When he arrived, he was suffering from intestinal parasites. Time with a foster family and a course of antibiotics fixed Salem right up and he quickly found his forever home.

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

His feisty personality was immediately obvious and our daughter renamed him Salem. He adjusted to his new home easily and is quite the little busybody, keeping us entertained and amazed day and night. Thank you for taking such good care ...

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