Allow us to introduce you to this week's Pet of the Week from the Vanderburgh Humane Society.

Meet Lilo!

You know what’s great about friends? They help bring out the best version of ourselves! My name is Lilo, an almost 2-year-old female cat up for adoption at the Vanderburgh Humane Society. My cat room friends at the shelter have REALLY helped me come out of my shell. Sadly, they keep getting adopted before me, and then I’m shy again. There are several cats here I would love to be adopted…If not, I would still need to find a home with friendly cats already in it. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be able to experience the best version of me! My adoption fee is $80 and includes my spay, microchip, and vaccination.
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What's happening at the VHS?

The low-cost vaccine clinic is Saturday, December 17th!
We offer standard cat and dog vaccinations, basic disease testing (FELV, FIV, Heartworm), flea prevention, heartworm prevention, and ID microchipping. Walk-in ONLY! 7:30 am-1:30 pm. First come, first serve. (PLEASE NOTE: Our December 3rd clinic will be ending at 1 pm sharp.)
Please understand that we try to see as many clients as possible, but the demand is often greater than time allows.
Visit for more information. This is a vaccine clinic ONLY. To learn about our spay/neuter services, visit


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