Nala is a shy orange girl. She is sweet but not a cat who likes to be picked up and held. She’s had a tough life, losing her home, and needs to find a place of her own.
If you would like to meet this kitty, leave a message at 540-745-7207 or e-mail info@floydhumanesociety.
KitKat is a sweet torti girl who is declawed in her front feet. She was abandoned in 2018 at a dumpster site in Floyd County and taken in by a caring person. Recently that person lost their home and KitKat has found herself homeless again.
KitKat is current on vaccines, spayed, and tested negative for FELV/FIV.
KitKat is a very loving cat and a great companion. She loves attention and gives kisses.
If you would like to meet this kitty leave a message at 540-745-7207 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delilah has had a tough life. She was a stray in a trailer park in Floyd County and was taken in last year by a caring resident. Recently that person lost their home so now Delilah is homeless again. She is a sweet girl, on the shy side.
If you would like to meet this kitty, leave a message at 540-745-7207 or e-mail email@example.com.
Honey (formerly Sheba) is happy in her forever home
Chanel is an adorable black female kitten. Both of her brothers have approved applications and will be adopted in the next week. She can be met at her foster home at Dulaney’s Greenhouse on 221.
If you are interested in adopting her, please fill out an application on our web site.