Fayette Humane Society Pet of the Week


Meet Captain Jack, a 1-year-old domestic-short-haired cat. Fayette Humane Society animal care staff describe Captain Jack as previously adopted but was recently returned due to unforeseen circumstances. Captain Jack originally came from the Highland County Humane Society and had his eye removed due to severe eye infection. He is neutered, vaccinated for FVRCPC, rabies vaccinated, dewormed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, flea treated, and micro-chipped. Please consider opening up a heart and home to Captain Jack. If interested, please call (740) 335-8126 or visit with her at the humane society’s adoption center. The Fayette Humane Society is in desperate need of scoopable cat litter and any donations would be greatly appreciated. The downtown adoption center is located on the corner of South Main and East streets (use East Street entrance) in Washington C.H. Please remember that there are thousands of homeless animals in shelters waiting to be adopted. If considering adding a furry friend to the family, please adopt, don’t shop.


Meet Captain Jack, a 1-year-old domestic-short-haired cat. Fayette Humane Society animal care staff describe Captain Jack as previously adopted but was recently returned due to unforeseen circumstances. Captain Jack originally came from the Highland County Humane Society and had his eye removed due to severe eye infection. He is neutered, vaccinated for FVRCPC, rabies vaccinated, dewormed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, flea treated, and micro-chipped. Please consider opening up a heart and home to Captain Jack. If interested, please call (740) 335-8126 or visit with her at the humane society’s adoption center. The Fayette Humane Society is in desperate need of scoopable cat litter and any donations would be greatly appreciated. The downtown adoption center is located on the corner of South Main and East streets (use East Street entrance) in Washington C.H. Please remember that there are thousands of homeless animals in shelters waiting to be adopted. If considering adding a furry friend to the family, please adopt, don’t shop.

Meet Captain Jack, a 1-year-old domestic-short-haired cat. Fayette Humane Society animal care staff describe Captain Jack as previously adopted but was recently returned due to unforeseen circumstances. Captain Jack originally came from the Highland County Humane Society and had his eye removed due to severe eye infection. He is neutered, vaccinated for FVRCPC, rabies vaccinated, dewormed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, flea treated, and micro-chipped. Please consider opening up a heart and home to Captain Jack. If interested, please call (740) 335-8126 or visit with her at the humane society’s adoption center. The Fayette Humane Society is in desperate need of scoopable cat litter and any donations would be greatly appreciated. The downtown adoption center is located on the corner of South Main and East streets (use East Street entrance) in Washington C.H. Please remember that there are thousands of homeless animals in shelters waiting to be adopted. If considering adding a furry friend to the family, please adopt, don’t shop.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/05/web1_Captain-Jack.jpgMeet Captain Jack, a 1-year-old domestic-short-haired cat. Fayette Humane Society animal care staff describe Captain Jack as previously adopted but was recently returned due to unforeseen circumstances. Captain Jack originally came from the Highland County Humane Society and had his eye removed due to severe eye infection. He is neutered, vaccinated for FVRCPC, rabies vaccinated, dewormed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, flea treated, and micro-chipped. Please consider opening up a heart and home to Captain Jack. If interested, please call (740) 335-8126 or visit with her at the humane society’s adoption center. The Fayette Humane Society is in desperate need of scoopable cat litter and any donations would be greatly appreciated. The downtown adoption center is located on the corner of South Main and East streets (use East Street entrance) in Washington C.H. Please remember that there are thousands of homeless animals in shelters waiting to be adopted. If considering adding a furry friend to the family, please adopt, don’t shop.