Say hey to miss Teriyaki! Teriyaki was found as a stray when she was around 6 weeks old. We believe she was born in May of 2021 and would do best in a home without young children. According to her foster mom she is a very sweet gal that loves attention and playing but can still be a bit nervous from time to time. She gets along great with the other cats in her foster home and doesnt mind the dog either! Teriyaki would do best if she had a kitty friend in her new home or took one with her!
All pets adopted from the Humane Society of Freeborn County will have age appropriate vaccinations, testing, alterations and micro chips included in their adoption fee! Fill out an app at www.freeborncountyhs.org.
We do allow home trials with our dogs or cats to approved applicants. This is how we make sure your new family member is the perfect fit. We ask that you allow at least a month for your new pet to adjust to their new home. They will need that time to decompress. During this time we will provide counseling to ensure a successful transition.
Please review the basic adoption requirements listed on our site before applying. We take finding the right homes for our critters very seriously as they deserve nothing but the best! Please allow a week for applications to be processed.
If listed as (Currently in Foster) - these pets are not at our facility but are in foster care homes. They are available for adoption. Meet and greets are available with approved applicants only.
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