The Humane Society of York County in Fort Mill is caring for kittens, cats, puppies and dogs in need of a permanent home.
For a limited time, the HSYC has discounted cat/kitten adoptions to $50, which includes spay/neutering. These are just a few of the pets waiting for the perfect home:
• Leddy is a spayed 2-year-old white and brown tabby with golden eyes. She loves to play with toys and loves to be loved.
• Tinker is approximately 3 years old. She is spayed, a mostly white tabby with touches of orange and black. She is an independent girl who has spent too much time at the shelter and needs a loving home right away.
• Cher is a lovely spayed Tortie about about a year and-a-half old who isn’t very fond of cuddling. She is an extremely independent cat.
• Snuggles is a spayed beauty about 5 years old with black fur and orange/golden eyes. She loves to get settled in your lap and will stay there all day. Snuggles is best in a one-cat home.
• Lupe is a spayed Chihuahua mix approximately 5 to 7 years old who has a sweet disposition and loves to be held.
• Bandit is a black lab mix who is sweet, but can’t adjust to kennel life. He could use a foster home ASAP while waiting to be adopted.
The fifth annual Dog Gone Good Time Festival is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sept. 27 in Walter Elisha Park on North White Street in Fort Mill.