Allow us to introduce you to this week's Pets of the Week from the Vanderburgh Humane Society! See her in action!

More info about her -

 

Cersei is our 2nd-longest resident cat, thanks to our last 4 AMAZING adoption days. More than 150 animals have found homes in just 4 days!!
 Cersei came in on April 17th. She gave birth right after she arrived, and was in foster care with her “Game of Thrones” kittens for a couple of months. Then she went up for adoption, and then she got stuck in ringworm quarantine for several more weeks. The poor girl has really only been in the public eye for about half the time she’s actually been with us.
Her kittens all subsequently got adopted either from the shelter or River Kitty Cat Cafe, the last one being Sansa just last week.
She is about 2 years old. She has not been a fan of other cats in our communal rooms, but she may do fine with just one or two other cats in a less-stressful home environment.
Kendall can provide more Game of Thrones quips, as I have not ever watched it.
Adoption fee $20 thru 10/31.
Pet Pictures with Santa is just a week away!

 


REMINDER - Pet Pictures with Santa November 1-3 at Washington Square Mall.


 The VHS now has several litters of kittens in foster care and even a few at the shelter ready for adoption, so the “Kitten Season Please Help” plea begins now. Foster homes are needed. For kittens by themselves, and also for moms with kittens. Fostering is 100% free. We provide everything INCLUDING food (not all organizations do.) Fostering is also not indefinite with us. The goal is for you to have the kittens as short a time as possible until they can come back to the shelter for adoption — the littler they are, the more people want them. You will not have the same foster animals for years on end.

All the info on fostering is at www.vhslifesaver.org/foster.


 Wanna watch cats playing LIVE 24/7 (if they’re not sleeping) on their new Petcube Play in the Cageless Cat Lounge. Download the free Petcube app, create an account, and find “VHS Cat Lounge.” The camera runs all the time and if you turn your phone to landscape, you can control the built-in laser pointer and play with the kittens!

Get more info on Iris or other adoptable pets at vhslifesaver.org!