Samantha Luhmann from the Coulee Region Humane Society
joins us in studio today with a three month old kitten
Tell me about Sapphire.
What's different about having a kitten versus an older
What are some tips helping a kitten adjust to a new
What kind of family would she fit in with?
Is she good with other animals and children?
It's the first day of fall, and we're already into
football season .
which brings us to your promotion this week.Tell me
about this MVP adoption promotion
This week we would like to feature Sapphire.
Sapphire is a 3-month-old, un-spayed female kitten.
This high energy girl would love a cat tree to climb,
a window to watch the birds from and plenty of toys
to play with!
Having a kitten like little Sapphire can be a ton
of fun but they typically require more attention than
an older cat.
We encourage asking an adoption counselor for tips
on making a kitten a new member of your family.
Sapphire would most likely do well with other animals
given proper introductions.
She would do best in a home with older, respectful
children who know how to properly handle an energetic
Visit Sapphire or one of the many other animals available
for adoption at the Coulee Region Humane Society from
Monday, Wednesday, Friday-Sunday or 1-7 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday.
This week Samantha would like to discuss our upcoming
MVP adoption promotion.
The Coulee Region Humane Society will host a fall
football-themed adoption special for cats and kittens
MVP Adoption Special
Jersey numbers will range from 1-30.
All cats and kittens, regardless of their age, will
be included in the adoption promotion.
The humane society has a variety of felines available
to adopt in foster care as well, in addition to at