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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!

Raphael and Godiva

While they come from different litters, both Raphael and Godiva, now known as Merriadoc and Pippin, both came to the Humane Society of Summit County before they were old enough or strong enough to survive on their own. Both kittens went to foster homes and received lots of love and attention to grow healthy and strong. They found their forever home together!

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

Merriadoc and Pippin have settled in very well indeed. Merry spends much of her day hanging out on my desk while I work, while Pippin has decided ...

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Onyx

Onyx, now known as Smudge, was found by a Good Samaritan along with her mama cat and littermates. Onyx and her family were sent to live with a foster family until the kittens were old enough to live on their own. As most kittens do, Onyx found her forever home right away!

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

She had her first vet visit last week and the vet says she's perfect! I knew as soon as I saw her that I needed her, and she shows me how true that is a little ...

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Cheesy

Cheesy, now known as Burroughs, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County after being dropped off at a local veterinarian's office. Cheesy was thin and was missing a bunch of hair but with a good diet, a few baths, and a lot of TLC, Cheesy was ready to find his forever home!

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

Just wanted to say thank you for what you all do! It’s been a year since we adopted cheesy now Burroughs into our family. He’s loves cuddles, wrestling with his older brother ...

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Dasani

Dasani, now known as Bindi, was found along with a handful of other strays and brought in by a Good Samaritan. With a little bit of TLC from our kennel staff, she was ready to meet her forever family!

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

Being in a high risk category I have been isolated at home, and having lost our 14 year old Maine Coon just 2 months earlier made it that much lonelier. We have a wonderful Golden Retriever, Brownie, but having her 60 pounds of lovin’ on my lap is out of ...

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Alice

Alice was surrendered to the Humane Society of Summit County when her health became overwhelming for her previous owner. Our medical team treated Alice's ailments and in no time at all, Alice was ready for her forever home.

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

I'm so glad that I have had Alice to keep me company during the stay at home orders. She is a really amazing dog! From our first night together I knew that she was going to be a lot of fun. I bought her a toy and a friend ...

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Hacana

Hacana, now known as Hazel, was rescued from a South Korean meat farm and was one of 5 dogs that came to the Humane Society of Summit County from overseas. Having come from a situation with little to no socialization and poor medical care, Hacana required some TLC before she was adoptable. Once she was healthy and ready to let a forever family love her, she found a home in no time!

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

Her name is now Hazel and she's loving life! Her favorite activities include napping, chewing on ...

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Rae

Rae was abandoned in the middle of the night in a local park - thankfully she was found the next morning. With a bit of time to heal from some road rash and get back to a healthy weight, Rae was eager for her forever home!

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

Rae quickly adjusted to a life with 2 cats and a human brother (who is away at school) and human sister (who is home remote learning from college). Rae’s favorite parts of the day are morning and evening walks with mom. We are ...

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Italy and Irish

Italy, now known as Biscuit, was rescued along with many other cats by our Humane Officers from a hoarding situation. Irish, now known as Oliver, was found as a stray kitten not old enough to survive on his own. Both of these boys took a bit of time to get ready for their forever homes, but soon after found their forever home!

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

"Our family wanted to thank you so much for helping us adopt Italy and Irish now Biscuit and Oliver. They have taken some time to adjust and ...

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Milo

Milo, now known as Luke, was brought to the Humane Society of Summit County by a Good Samaritan who noticed he wasn't doing well. Our medical team determined he was suffering from severe intestinal parasites and immediately set a treatment plan to heal him. Once his health was back to 100%, Milo was adopted in the blink of an eye!

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

It's been almost a year since we loaded Luke into our car for the long drive back to Pittsburgh. Since coming to our house, he's gotten ...

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Chico

Chico was surrendered to the Humane Society of Summit County when his health became too overwhelming for his previous owner to manage. Our veterinary team removed a large mass from his leg and did dental work. Once he was healthy, Chico found his forever home!

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

Chico is working out nicely here. He takes over my bed and he is a great friend.

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