FHS Pet of the Week


Meet Lawrence! He is a 7-week-old tabby domestic-short-haired kitten. Lawrence will be neutered and is vaccinated for PRCC, dewormed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, flea treated, and micro-chipped. Please consider opening up your heart and home to Lawrence. If you are interested, please call 740-335-8126 or visit with him at the Fayette Humane Society’s adoption center. Their downtown adoption center is located on the corner of South Main Street and East Street (use East Street entrance). Please remember that there are thousands of homeless animals in shelters waiting to be adopted. If you consider adding a furry friend to your family, please adopt, don’t shop.

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Meet Lawrence! He is a 7-week-old tabby domestic-short-haired kitten. Lawrence will be neutered and is vaccinated for PRCC, dewormed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, flea treated, and micro-chipped. Please consider opening up your heart and home to Lawrence. If you are interested, please call 740-335-8126 or visit with him at the Fayette Humane Society’s adoption center. Their downtown adoption center is located on the corner of South Main Street and East Street (use East Street entrance). Please remember that there are thousands of homeless animals in shelters waiting to be adopted. If you consider adding a furry friend to your family, please adopt, don’t shop.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/08/web1_Screenshot_20170824-135705.jpgMeet Lawrence! He is a 7-week-old tabby domestic-short-haired kitten. Lawrence will be neutered and is vaccinated for PRCC, dewormed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, flea treated, and micro-chipped. Please consider opening up your heart and home to Lawrence. If you are interested, please call 740-335-8126 or visit with him at the Fayette Humane Society’s adoption center. Their downtown adoption center is located on the corner of South Main Street and East Street (use East Street entrance). Please remember that there are thousands of homeless animals in shelters waiting to be adopted. If you consider adding a furry friend to your family, please adopt, don’t shop.