Betty the Cat finds her fur-ever home
Langlade County Humane Society Staff
Fox is a 7 year old lab mix who was brought into the Langlade County Humane Society in June of 2015 as a surrender. He is a goofy dog who always has his tongue hanging when he smiles. He enjoys laying in the sunshine getting his doggie tan. Fox enjoys taking short walks due to the arthritis starting in his hips. He would be best placed into a home with either no children or children over the age of 12 years old. He likes things quiet and laid back because he is a laid back kind of guy. He’s hoping to find a home he can retire in and live life comfortably and peacefully.
If you are interested in giving Fox a fur-ever home please stop down at the Langlade County Humane Society to visit him during business hours.
Betty was a wonderful girl who was in our shelter for almost 2 years. Many people are familiar with her from her story that Antigo Times had published on April 4th. A wonderful couple came in shortly after seeing Betty’s story and fell in love with her immediately. On April 8th, the couple adopted Betty and took her home.
However, Betty didn’t go alone. They also fell in love with a beautiful 14-year-old senior cat, Molly. Betty and Molly are now living happily together and very much loved in a wonderful home.
All the staff at the Langlade County Humane Society would like to thank everyone at Antigo Times who helped get Betty’s story out. That story helped her to be placed into a fur-ever loving home.