Cutie is a two-year-old domestic shorthair mix. She’s a sweet girl that loves to play with toys and other cats. Cutie has been calling Helping Hands Humane Society her home since early October. She may be a long term resident, but a sponsor buddy has already covered her adoption fee.
Pelia is a two-year-old domestic shorthair mix. She was brought back to the shelter the day after Christmas. However, she’s optimistic that the new year will bring her a new family. Pelia would love a new home to dart around in, play with some toys, and do some cool cat acrobatics off of the furniture. Just like cutie, her adoption fee has also been covered by a sponsor buddy.
Hobbs is a three-year-old pit bull mix. Hobbs has been at Helping Hands Humane Society since Halloween, and is eagerly waiting for an active family to match his energetic personality with. Hobbs is a big fan of squeaky toys, but not so much of cats. Make sure to bring in the whole family to meet him first, as his energetic spirit can be a little overwhelming sometimes for other dogs and little kids.
Now, if you’re unable to give one of these pets a home, you can still help them out this weekend. Helping Hands Humane Society will be a hosting puppy yoga class with a ten dollar cash participation fee.
“Part of the proceeds will go back to all of the homeless pets here, so come join us,” said Michelle McCart, Adoption Counselor at Helping Hands Humane Society. “There will be lots of little puppies running around, that you can visit with and do yoga with, and help benefit the shelter too.”
The “Kitty Karma: Gone To The Dogs” yoga class will be held this Sunday from 2 to 3 in the afternoon at Helping Hands Humane Society in Topeka. Keep in mind, animals will be freely wandering the room as the class is happening. Anyone under the age of 14 will need a parent or guardian in attendance. Yoga mats will be provided on a first come, first serve basis, so bring your own if possible.