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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!

Rain

Rain, now known as Morgana, was surrendered to the Humane Society of Summit County along with 9 other felines, when his previous owner had become overwhelmed with their care. With a little TLC, Rain was ready for his forever home in no time!

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

I ended up renaming him Morgana (Mona for short) as every time I called him that, he would meow - in fact he's turned out to be a very chatty cat! On the adoption page website, he was mentioned as being a very shy cat, his ...

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Veruca

When Veruca, now known as Aspen, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County by a Good Samaritan, she was suffering from a terrible case of skin mites. Our veterinary team went to work treating her skin condition while our kennel staff gave her lots of love and TLC. In no time, Veruca was ready for her forever home!

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

We adopted Aspen last February. Since then she has been playing, cuddling and traveling as much as possible. Aspen is the sweetest and most loving dog ever with the ...

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Sloane

Sloane, now known as Suguh, was covered in fleas and suffering from an upper respiratory infection when she and her littermates were brought to the Humane Society of Summit County. With some TLC and medication, Sloane was ready for her forever home!

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

Thank you does not even begin to say how thankful we are that you have helped to bring Suguh into our lives!!! We are from the south and she is extremely sweet so therefore, we gave her the southern pronunciation of the word 'sugar.' Her full name ...

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Casey

Casey, now known as Frodo, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County as an sick stray. Our veterinary team determined he was suffering from heartworm and needed immediate treatment. Nearly 3 months after arriving at our shelter, Casey was cleared for adoption and found a forever home in no time!

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

I can honestly say, without a shadow of a doubt, that he is the best thing that's ever happened to me. He has quickly become the light of my life, and is just the happiest boy ...

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Kelsey

Kelsey, now known as Lilith, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County by a Good Samaritan who found her and her 4 littermates abandoned. She spent a few weeks in a foster home gaining her strength and getting big enough to get adopted, and found her forever home in a flash!

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

Let me tell you, I cannot believe she is the same shy, little kitten that we picked out. She has blossomed and has a huge personality. She had no issues adjusting and by the 3rd day, she ...

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Shami

Shami, now known as Matcha, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County after being surrendered to a local veterinarian when he was injured. In no time at all, Shami won over the heart of his forever family!

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

I adopted Shami a little while ago, and decided to change his name to Matcha as I was drinking one when I got called to meet some fur babies, it felt like fate! He is doing amazing in his new home and is just as cuddly and loving as ever ...

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Neal and Reggie

While Neal was found as an abandoned kitten, Reggie was rescued by our Humane Officers from a home with too many animals. In just a few weeks, these guys found their forever home together!

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

Neal and Reggie are right at home! They love snuggling with each other, chasing each other, and wrestling. They love each other as brothers! Both took a few days to warm up, but now Reggie constantly meows to be picked up! Neal plays with us for as long as we can! Reggie, our little tiger ...

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Sundae

Like many kittens, Sundae, now known as Willow, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County as an abandoned kitten. Sundae was brought in with 3 littermates and sent to live with a foster family until she was strong enough to be adopted. In no time at all, Sundae found her forever family.

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

She has made a new friend in her new home, Stan Lee (or Stanley depending on who you ask in our home)! They have become great buddies! They chase each other around the house, play ...

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Kali

Kali was found as a very young kitten, along with her four littermates, by a Good Samaritan who brought them to the Humane Society of Summit County. After some TLC from a foster family, Kali found her forever home.

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

I am writing this to express my sincere thanks for you to bring Kali, a cat who is amazing, to your shelters during her weakest moments in her life. I am very grateful for all your help, love, care and medical treatment for her! She is such a beautiful girl both ...

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Ghost Rider

When Ghost Rider, now known as Prince Charles, was rescued by our Humane Officers, he was suffering from severe eye and ear infections. Our veterinary team determined his eyes needed to be removed and once he was healed from his surgery and his ear infections were treated, Ghost Rider found his home in no time!

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

He is amazing. His personality is funny. He is blind and it has not stopped him one bit from living life. We have since moved and Charlie has 2 acres of running space. He ...

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