No Account yet?


Already Adopted

Adopt Hopper

Male Adult Domestic Longhair /

This Pet is no longer available. Below you can find other pets in SPCA of Hancock County
If you have questions about Hopper please contact

SPCA of Hancock County

About Hopper

DLH, Orange and white
Male, 3 years old

Special notes: Hopper is one of the cats we recently took in from a semi-feral cat colony. He is not very socialized and would do best in a home that could give him space to adapt. He likes quiet voices and would prefer a gentle, safe house. He can coexist with other cats and at least some dogs. He may find children overwhelming.

"I have been a very scared kitty! They call me Hopper because I want to hop on out of here! I did everything I could to get away from this shelter when I first arrived; I bolted, I hid, I pooped all over myself so I was a stinky mess no one wanted to touch.. but they cleaned me up and took care of me anyway, and then they gave me soft, gentle scratches behind my ears and said in a nice voice that I was going to be okay. That was actually pretty nice. I've been trying to settle down since then, but it's hard. I would be way happier if I could go to a nice, quiet home that would be really patient and nice with me and give me time to come out of my shell on my own, maybe with some treats to encourage me."

Can't adopt Hopper but want to help him? He has a GoFundMe! Https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/it-takes-a-village-helo-spca-neuter-13-cats

If you would like more information, email us at info@spcahancockcounty.org or feel free to contact us at 667-8088 from 11-5pm.

Please note: During our adoption process we will do a vet check on your current pet's or previous pet's from the last 10 years to make sure they are updated on rabies and other vaccinations. (Required by law for cats and dogs.) We will also do a check with your landlord if you rent.

Adoption Fee: $Adult Cat (6 mo - 7 yr) 150.00

Not what you were looking for? You can adopt a different pet in Trenton by using our search feature and adjusting the radius. Thank you for helping our animal shelters and rescue groups with pet adoption!

Interested?

This Pet is no longer available. Below you can find other pets in SPCA of Hancock County

Details

Name
Hopper
Age
4 years, 3 months
Gender
Male
Size
Medium
Weight
7.11 lbs
Shots up to date
YES
Pet Has Special Needs
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
YES
Behavior Type
Unknown
Likes toys
Unknown
Litter trained
Yes
Likes catnip
Unknown
Is food motivated
Unknown
Favorite treat
Unknown
See details

Henry Hudson

Domestic Shorthair

 Hello, my name is Henry Hudson, but you can call me “Henry”. I am an older boy, the ladies here think I’m about 13 years old. I first c... show more

 Hello, my name is Henry Hudson, but you can call me “Henry”. I am an older boy, the ladies here think I’m about 13 years old. I first came here with my sister Zoe after my owner died and I was left outdoors. I got rescued and brought to the stray holding facility and finally here to the SPCA to find me a forever home. Because of my age, I, of course, have my fair share of ailments and disabilities. I struggle with diabetes and keeping my glucose level in the right spot. I eat a more expensive low carb low calorie, high protein diet; and get twice daily insulin. I don’t mind the shot, especially if I get some food with it! I also have an ache in my back legs, what did I tell you about those darn aches and pains that come with old age! I am a very sweet boy and I promise I will love you for the rest of my life. I have never met anyone I haven’t liked, except maybe a few cats. As I mentioned before, I lived with a few cats, but since then, they have started to annoy me. As long as I have my space and I’m able to be left to cuddle and sleep, the world will hold together. I have not been tested with dogs, but judging by my personality, I don’t think I’d mind them! I enjoy riding around on people’s shoulders, they are my leg up in this world. I’ve had a very hard life, I just need someone to make the commitment and take me home to spend the rest of my days. If you have any questions about me or my special needs, please don’t hesitate to ask these nice ladies at the shelter, they just want the best for me too. show less

See details

Jemma

Pit Bull Terrier

Jemma is an old fashioned dog.  What does that mean?  Well, back when some of us were kids, people had dogs to guard the house.  These w... show more

Jemma is an old fashioned dog.  What does that mean?  Well, back when some of us were kids, people had dogs to guard the house.  These were dogs that barked their heads off whenever someone came to the house.  They got put in the backyard when visitors came, and we were told to leave them alone so they wouldn't bite us.  We listened.  These were fine dogs who were good with their family.  Nobody dressed them up in tutus or put them in strollers or gave them birthday parties with their doggie friends in a gazebo.  Today, these dogs would be called reactive or aggressive and they are really hard to adopt out.  Jemma has bitten strangers but she has never offered to bite familiar handlers.  In situations where any dog might bite (such as being accidentally fallen on, trying to trim her toenails) Jemma has kept her cool. She will be a terrifically loyal friend and a good dog if you keep her at home and keep strangers away from her. To make Jemma into a different dog is going to take a lot of time, patience, and commitment but is theoretically possible.  Jemma been evaluated by 3 trainers and has a training plan.  She learns quickly and trusts her handler.  She has gotten to know various new staff at the SPCA without issues.  We love Jemma just the way she is, and hope someone else out there can appreciate her too. Jemma has specific adoption requirements.  For more information, please call and speak with the Animal Care Manager. Many times folks will fall in love at first sight with a dog and feel sure that they can work through behavior issues.  We wish that was enough for a happy-ever-after story.  Our advice when thinking about adopting a dog with challenging behaviors is to consider how much you would need to alter your lifestyle to accommodate the dog's needs.  If significant behavior change is required on YOUR part, that is already a big barrier to forming a successful relationship with a new dog.  Compatability is key. show less