GREENSBURG – Another week brings more animals currently housed at the Greensburg/Decatur County Animal Shelter in need of loving, permanent homes.
Every pet adopted from the shelter is vaccinated, has been treated for parasites and is spayed or neutered, all of which is included in the adoption fee. Would-be pet owners must be aware that there is a leash ordinance in the city and in the county, pets must not roam from the owner’s property.
The Animal Shelter is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday from noon to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The shelter is always closed on Sundays, Mondays and holidays. The Greensburg/Decatur County Animal Shelter is located at 1635 West Park Road and can be reached at 812-663-9081.
To adopt a pet from the shelter, one must be at least 18 years old and sign a contract. Before taking a pet home to a rental home or apartment, written consent from the landlord must be presented. Prospective owners must also have containment options other than chaining available for the pet. Found pets have a three day hold during which they cannot be adopted. If no owners contact the shelter in that time period, a found pet may be sent to a new home.
Last week’s pets, Billy and Jake are currently still at the shelter, though Billy has a potential adopter. Romeo, the cat featured two weeks ago is still seeking a home, but Katrina has been adopted.
This week, the Daily News presents Suzu and Sandra. Suzu is a one year old female cat. She is already spayed and is ready to take home as soon as she’s adopted. She is a very sweet cat and gets along well with the other cats at the shelter. Suzu would be idea for a multi-cat home. She came in as a stray after losing her litter of kittens. However, it worked out nicely because there was an orphaned kitten that needed a mother. Suzu can be adopted for $75, which includes treatment for parasites and vaccinations.