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Adopted! Melissa at the SAHS today!

Photo taken by SAHS staff or volunteers.Precious Melissa, a 1 year old female feline, is one calm and laid back girl, who really enjoys being pet. She also has an independent side to her, so she would probably fit best in a home where she can feel free to roam around on her own. Don’t let that side fool you though. She is also another one of our newest felines, so you will need to give her some time and help her feel welcomed, and she will really begin to open up to you. All in all, Melissa loves the attention just as much as any adorable kitty would, so give her a visit, and stop by the SAHS today! While Melissa has already been spayed, please remember to spay/neuter your pets to help ensure every dog and cat born has a home waiting for them. San Antonio Humane Society, Connecting Friends for Life.

Adoption fees for Cats:
Less than 4 Months – $50
Over 4 months of age – $30

Photo taken by SAHS staff or volunteers.

This adoption fee includes: spay/neuter surgery, first set of vaccinations, microchip, feline aids and leukemia test, de-wormer, flea prevention, collar, tag, complimentary wellness exam within the first 5 days after adoption and 14 day complimentary follow up care at any one of the participating VCA animal hospitals, and 30 days Sheltercare insurance. In addition, you will receive a free starter bag of Science Diet pet food.

For more information, visit the San Antonio Humane Society at 4804 Fredericksburg Rd. or call (210) 226-7461.

About San Antonio Humane Society

The San Antonio Humane Society is a non-profit, no-kill organization that has served Bexar County and its surrounding areas since 1952. We are not affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States or the ASPCA. Every year, the San Antonio Humane Society shelters, medically treats, and rehabilitates more than 5,000 animals that have been injured, abused, or abandoned until they are ready for adoption. As an adoption guarantee organization, the shelter only euthanizes animals that we are unable to treat, have a condition that poses a significant threat to the other animals in the shelter or that have aggression issues. Through our adoption, volunteer, foster care, and educational programs we educate the public on the importance of responsible pet ownership, micro-chipping and spaying/neutering. In the near future, we plan to expand our ability to aid homeless pets by adding a shelter medicine hospital to our campus. Our mission is to protect and improve the lives of dogs and cats by providing shelter, care, adoption, rescue, spay and neuter programs, and community education.

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