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‘There are lots to choose from.’ Erath County Humane Society has abundance of kittens up for adoption.

Updated: Jun 18

Look at this face!


If you’ve been wanting to adopt a sweet kitten, now’s your chance; the Erath County Humane Society has an abundance.


“We are overloaded with kittens,” ECHS executive director Serena Wright told Beneath the Surface News.

“These sweet babies are lovable and playful. They have all started vaccines and some are already spayed and neutered, wormed and litter box trained. There are lots to choose from.”


Chopper was adopted from the shelter as a puppy in 2020 and returned in 2022 because he showed aggression toward a new puppy.

 “He is an extremely lovable dog who enjoys getting out to explore,” Serena said. “He does have something called ‘barrier aggression,’ which means he doesn't present well when he is in a kennel.”


Once he is out of the kennel, he is a total lovebug. He loves going on walks and is not reactive to other dogs.


Chopper is house-trained and knows how to "sit" and "shake."

“He will never say no to treats,” Serena said. “He can be strong on a leash at first, but settles down and walks well after a few minutes.”


Chopper loves a comfy bed inside, and if left out too long, he will scale the fence or dig out.


He is not a fan of cats.


Chopper is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm negative and on prevention.


He has been at the shelter for 733 days.





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