Welcome to the Tuesday’s Tails Blog hop, hosted by Dogs N Pawz and Talking Dogs! “This blog hop features shelter animals. Find a cat, dog, rabbit or other animal at a local shelter or rescue and feature them on this blog hop! Come join the fun and help a furry friend find a forever home. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to visit the other blogs and share their animals that need forever homes on your social media sites. Please spread the word!
Our canine Sheba thought it would be nice to share a feline namesake looking for a home today. Feline Sheba is described as a spunky female by the shelter she is with, Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society. She is 3 years old and ready to be your resident mouser. She is independent and a bit stressed out living in the shelter with other cats (she does get her own space at times), so she needs to go to a home where she’ll be the only cat.
She has been at the shelter for almost 2 years and really needs to go to her own home.
Other details on Sheba:
- Up to date on shots
- Medium size DSH
- Find her on Petfinder
- Visit Lucy Mac’s website for more info on Sheba
Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society has an interesting history. It was founded in 1915 by Frank Mackenzie, a Woodstock Vermont businessman, in memory of his wife Lucy. Lucy was a caring woman who quietly worked to help those in need. After her death, her husband started the society to help children, horses, and other animals. They eventually no longer saw the need to serve children, and they moved their original location in Woodstock, Vermont to 14 acres in West Windsor. Today it is one of the oldest operating no-kill humane societies in the country.
They offer dog training classes and many different programs in humane education at their shelter. You can visit their website here, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
*All photos courtesy of Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society and Petfinder.
Harvey Button says
What a wonderful shelter, we are following them on FB now. Good luck Lucy – may good fortune be yours very soon.
Thank you for following them on Facebook, and for stopping by!
Sand Spring Chesapeakes says
What a beautiful kitty, love her chest markings. Hope she finds a home soon.
She is a beauty, and I also love the little white spot underneath her nose.
I hope she finds a home soon, I’ll share.
Thank you for sharing, Clowie!
Mark @ DBDT says
Lucy Mackenzie Human Society is such a wonderful place. I visited there a couple of years ago and I was struck by the care and thoughtfulness that was put into designing that facility. . . . Hope Sheba finds a home soon! Sharing.
Thank you for sharing, Mark. I really should get over there and visit Lucy Mac too….it looks so beautiful.
The Island Cats says
Sheba is so sweet looking! We can’t believe someone hasn’t given her a home yet. Paws crossed that she finds one soon.
I know, we don’t believe it either. Hopefully soon someone will fall in love with her.
Sounds like a terrific shelter. Hope the beautiful Sheba will find a forever home very soon. Sharing.
That shelter has a very good reputation in our area. Thank you for sharing Sheba!
2 Brown Dawgs says
I hope she can find a great home!
We hope so too!
M. K. Clinton says
That is the kind of shelter that I would build! Amazing! Shared the pretty Sheba! ♥
I know, it’s beautiful, isn’t it? Thank you for sharing!
Groovy Goldendoodles says
Beautiful cat! She reminds me of a cat I had when I was in HS. Her name was Ebony. Unfortunately she couldn’t deal with my absence from the house when I left for college and she disappeared 🙁
Oh, that’s sad. I also had a cat who disappeared after I had moved away from home. 🙁
Dogs N Pawz says
Sheba is beautiful! Sharing.
Thank you for sharing!
Jenna,Mark “HuskyCrazed” Drady says
Awwwwww such a sweet kitty! Paws crossed xoxo
ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!
Thank you, Jenna, keep those paws crossed! xxoo