ADOPT A PET: A new home would be sweet for Sugar

By Special to The Standard

Sugar. (Supplied photo)

Sugar. (Supplied photo)

Here are some of the animals available for adoption from Lincoln County Humane Society this week.

For more information on adoption or other issues, phone the shelter at 905-682-0767 or visit Cat adoptions cost $25. Cat spay or neuter procedures can be booked at the LCHS animal clinic for $65 by phoning 905-688-7722 ext. 2


Tux: male, neutered, domestic shorthair/mix, 10 years

Harold: male, neutered, domestic shorthair/mix, 13 years

Prophet: male, neutered, domestic shorthair/mix

Petra: female, domestic shorthair/mix, two years

Dorito: male, domestic shorthair/mix, two years


The following dogs are all rescues from Mexico. They came to us completely unsocialized but our volunteers have done amazing work with them to teach them to trust humans. Some still have a way to go and will need an adopter who is willing to put the time in and be patient with them to build a bond.

Sugar: female, spayed, retriever/mix, one year

Shadow: male, neutered, retriever/mix, one year

Blondie: female, spayed, retriever/mix one year

Shaker: male, neutered, retriever-Labrador/mix, one year

Misty: female, spayed, Doberman Pinscher/mix, two years

Mama: female, spayed, retriever-Labrador/mix, three years

Botitas (Boots): male, neutered, retriever-Labrador/mix, one year


Here is Community Animal Allies of Niagara’s list of cats up for adoption this week.

All our cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated to date, de-flead/dewormed and microchipped. For more information, go to the CAAN website or phone 289-213-1868.

Kittens: two of them, five months old, one male, one female, long hair, brown tabbies, adorable

Zen: eight years old, female, short hair, mostly white, needs to be the only animal in the house.

Clover: three years old, female, medium hair, brown tabby with white, very pretty and sweet.

Charlie and Missy: male and female, grey tabby and tiger striped brown tabby, must go together. 

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