Bringing Home Basil is a splendid successful adoption story to share.
When my husband and I decided we were ready for a cat, we knew we wanted to adopt from an area humane society, as we're aware that so many loving animals are anxiously awaiting their forever homes.
After searching available felines on the OMHS website, I called right away to schedule an appointment to meet them. Thanks to Bonnie and Judy, I was able to meet them the very next day and begin the adoption process, which I was so very excited about!
Although many kitties caught my eye while visiting the shelter, I felt a special connection with Basil and knew she was meant to join our family. Judy was very helpful during our adoption of Basil, and made sure we were ready to give her everything she needs.
Of course, Basil (her new name we chose!) took a few days to settle into her new home, but she is doing great and makes us smile and laugh everyday with her fuzzy belly "needs" to be rubbed and sweet purrs when she is relaxed and happy.
Thank you to OMHS for providing Basil with a safe, clean and loving home before her adoption into our family. We are so in love with our newest family member! Most sincerely, Leah
The OMHS 2015 Pet of the Month campaign is quickly drawing to a close and we have had an excellent result as of November 1. There is still time to become a sponsor with the next ad coming out in December. The November ad is already complete and will be in next week's publications… Boscobel Dial, Richland Shopping News, Richland Observer, and the Muscoda Progressive. Four publications each month of the year for a total cost of $135 with your name in each ad = $11.25 per month. For more information please email email@example.com. Go to the Pet of the Month program page on this site for more information.
The sponsors are: Wertz Plumbing and Heating; Oakwood Fruit Farm; R and K Auto and Tire; The Richland County Bank; Burnstad's Market; McGraw Law Office; Rockbridge Sawmill; Chitwood Electric; Shireman Veterinary Clinic; Strang Heating and Electric; Rural Insurance, Clary Agency; Ocooch Motorcycle Safety, LLC; Miniature Precision Implements; Premier Cooperative; Putz Plumbing & HVAC Cooper and Elliott Insurance; Fancy Creek Llamas; and Walsh Ace Hardware.
And members of OMHS providing sponsorships: J. Coufal, Joan Hansen and Dennis Goodchild, Al and Carolyn Pellett, Janice and Rick Unbehaun, Suzanne and Trinka Winchester, and Sharon Wallace.
Thank you, everyone, for your support of the efforts of OMHS to continue to provide shelter, care, kindess for pets until they are adopted into splendid new homes.
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Megan is a beautiful black and white cat, about 2 years old, who would love to be interviewed for adoption. Megan is a talker… she likes to meow and tell all the gossip going around at the Adoption Center. She is a social butterfly! She is very active, athletic and the black and white coat she wears is designed specifically for her. She looks just great in it!
Megan is spayed, up-to-date on vaccinations and is ready for her new home. She loves being petted and will do well in a home with other cats. She enjoys the companionship of the other cats at the Adoption Center in the cage-free living environment. She is very socialized with humans and other cats and will be a very good addition to a household.
Megan will travel to her new home with food she is accustomed to, a toy, her medical records, and a handmade cat blanket for naptime. She is packed already!
Take advantage of the lower adoption rates right now with the OMHS Adopt-a-Thon we have in place. You will save about $200 worth of veterinary services by adopting from OMHS.
Interview Megan… or maybe she will interview you… at the Adoption Center on the campus of Schmitt Woodland Hills Retirement Community, 1400 West Seminary Street, Richland Center, Wednesdays, 4:30 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 9:30 to 12 noon. Megan will be awaiting your visit.
Larry is wonderfully socialized year-and a-half old neutered male cat. He is handsome in his medium-length golden yellow coat. His fur is almost straw-colored! Larry is athletic, gets along very well with the other cats he shares the cage-free living space with and he just loves to be petted. He will be a wonderful companion in a household. He will probably curl up on a lap once is is used to his new home.
Take advantage of the lower cost adoption rates while the OMHS Adopt-a-Thon is in place. You can save more than $200 in veterinary expenses by adopting a splendid companion from OMHS!
Larry goes off to his new home with food he is accustomed to, a toy, his medical records, and a handmade cat blanket. He is packed up and ready to go.
Larry will interview you…or maybe you will interview him… at the Adoption Center located on the campus of Schmitt Woodland Hills Retirement Center, 1400 West Seminary Street, Richland Center, Wednesdays, 4:30 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 9:30 to 12 noon. Larry will be awaiting your visit!
Mindy is a lovely 2 year old cat wearing a splendid dark gray fur coat. She is spayed, up-to-date on her vaccinations and ready to move out of the Adoption Center. Although she enjoys the company of the other cats in the cage-free livining environment, she is ready to branch out into a household where she can interact wih human and other cat companions or maybe be the only cat in the home. Mindy seems a bit shy compared to the rambuntious youngsters at the Center, but she warms up quickly. She will blossom into a wonderful companion… probably curling up on a lap for naptime! Mindy really enjoys playing with the other cats but she does not get into quite as much mischief!
Mindy goes to her adoptive home with food she is accustomed to, a toy, her medical records, and a handmade blanket for her naptime. She is already packed and ready to go.
Take advantage of the OMHS Adopt-a-Thon in place now and save over $200 of veterinary costs for spay plus other feline health necessities.
You can be interviewed by Mindy at the Adoption Center on the campus of Schmitt Woodland Hills Retirement Community, 1400 West Seminary Street, Richland Center, on Wednesdays, 4:30 to 6 p.m. or Saturdays, 9:30 to 12 noon. Meet Mindy and her friends!
Julia is a very friendly cat about a year and a half of age and with a lot of kitten left in her! She is playful and full of fun. She loves people and other cats! Julia has been spayed, and it up-to-date with her vaccinations. She is a calico cat with a wonderfully designed pattern that is unique only to Julia. She is curious about everything and is alert to any changes in her environement.
Julia interacts with a spirit of joy with all the cats in the cage-free living environment… she plays well with others! And she loves people, as well. Julia will be an excellent companion in a household with other cats as companions.
Julia comes "equipped" with food she is accustomed to, a toy, her medical records, and a handmade cat blanket for her naptime.
Julia can be interviewed at the Adoption Center on the Schmitt Woodland Hills campus, 1400 West Seminary Street, Richland Center. Hours are Wednesdays, 4:30 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 9:30 to 12 noon. Julia will be waiting!
Roger is a young cat, friendly and athletic. He is neutered, up-to-date on his vaccinations and he is ready for a new home. Roger likes to talk. He will meow and tell you all the gossip around the household! His white and gray fur coat is short and his markings make him a very interesting looking cat. His tail is completely gray and the cluster of gray "handprints" on his left side are unique only to Roger!
Take advantage of the OMHS Adopt-a-Thon in place right now with lower cost adoption rates. You will save more than $200 in veterinary costs by adopting from OMHS.
Roger is well socialized at the cage-free living accomodations at the Haseltine Adoption Center. He eats, sleeps, grooms himself, and naps when he feels like it, all in a large room with no cages but with other cats for companionship! And Roger gets along well with all the other cats.
Roger comes "equipped" with a supply of food he is accustomed to, a toy, his medical records, and a handmade cat blanket for naptime. To interview Roger, please call 608-604-2075 for an appointment. Roger will be waiting!
Alana was found as a tiny abandoned kitten in the middle of a well-traveled road in Richland County… she was abandoned up Horse Creek, across from Alana Springs, for those of you who know Richland County. She was estimated to have a birth date of May, 2014. She was cared for and nursed and socialized and now is a youngster, very playful, athletic, and social!
Alan wears a beautiful gray/lavendar coat of very soft, short fur. She is friendly and outgoing. Alana gets along well with the other cats and kittens at the Haseltine Adoption Center. She plays and romps about with the others and stops for vaccinations. When adopted into that great new home, Alana will have in her "luggage" food that she is accustomed to, some treats, a toy, and a handmade blanket for her naptime. She has her bag packed and is ready to go!
Take advantage of the OMHS Adopt-a-Thon that is going on right now with lower cost adoption rates. You can save more than $200 by adopting now. And you will have a wonderful companion in your household!
Interview Alana by calling 608-604-2075. Ask for Alana!
Vince is a polydactyl! He has extra toes on his feet… both front and back. Vince is a handsome, dark mackerel tabby with the "m" on his forhead. His very splendid stripes on his legs and body and the white bib and feet make him a very striking feline, indeed!
Vince is a bit more quiet and gentlemanly than the rambuntious kittens and youngsters at the cage-free Haseltine Adoption Center, but he socializes very well with the other cats. He plays and sleeps and eats with them comfortably.
Take advantage of the OMHS Adopt-a-Thon with its lower cost adoption rates. You will save money because Vince, and all the other OMHS cats, have been spayed/neutered, are up-to-date on vaccinations and are socialized in the cage-free living environment!
Vince will travel to your home with a supply of food he is accustomed to, a toy, his medical records, and a handmade blanket for his naptime!
To interview Vince, please call 608-604-2075 for an appointment. Ask for Vince!
The Ocooch Mountai n Humane Society "Paws Fur the Holidays," Saturday, November 7, celebrated its 13th year anniversary with a splendid day! The OMHS Board and the Paws Committee was pleased wtih the event and extends a thank you to all who attended as guests and to the hardworking volunteers. And thank you to everyone who donated items to the Silent Auction and for the Shoppe Til You Drop!
Memberships were renewed at Paws and we are very grateful for that show of support.
Mark Paws Fur the Holidays as November 14 on that new 2015 calendar!