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Daisy May is an adorable Staffordshire Terrier mix. She’s 2 years old and fully grown but weighs just 35 lbs — she looks like a pup. Daisy May is very friendly and she’s a spitfire! She’s got lots of energy and she’s very treat motivated. She’s bright and a fast learner. We’ve been working with her on the agility course and she’s a natural. She’d be a great match for an active person looking for a fun companion.  

Daisy May has been a little unsure or nervous when she meets new dogs. We slowly introduced her to some dogs-- and now she plays in play groups with them! If you have a dog we'd ask you to make an appointment to bring your dog in to meet Daisy. It may take a few meets before she feels comfortable with your dog. But we think she'd enjoy having a doggie friend in her new home. She does need a home without cats.

Daisy May was brought to us by KCK Animal Control after she’d been hit by a car. She had some head trauma initially but she fully recovered and doesn't show any symptoms. It certainly did not slow her down! Daisy May has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and tested for heartworms. She’ll be a super fun and loving companion! 

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Jack & Chica are a couple of beautiful kitties who were brought in together. They are both 7 years old. They are not litter mates but they've been raised together.

Jack is a big handsome white kitty. He’s one sweet guy and he loves to talk— but usually makes no noise when he meows. He’s a top quality cuddler and a loud purrer. Jack is great with other cats. He absolutely loves windows and bird watching. He likes boxes and cabinets and other small spaces to hangout for awhile. He loves to eat, but he does share his food nicely with other cats. 

Chica is a pretty B&W kitty with a fluffy coat. She’s super sweet and she loves attention. She's a good purrer. Chica is still adjusting to living in the shelter-- she likes other cats but she's a bit overwhelmed by her cat room right now.

Jack & Chica get along very well with each other so it would be so sweet if they could be adopted together. However, they also do well on their own and with other cats so they could also be adopted separately. Chica and Jack are both very afraid of dogs so need a home without any. They’ve been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and tested for FIV and feline leukemia.



Visit our Pets Available page to see photos of all of our our pets. Please submit an on-line adoption form if you are interested in adopting one of our pets.

Read about more of our dogs on The HSGKC Dog Blog. You'll get the yips, yaps, barks and howls about what's going on at HSGKC-- from their point of view!

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