Darrell is an adorable cat that has been at the Humane Society of Harrison County for about three weeks.
He is about four months old and has already been neutered and is looking for a good and loving home.
His caretaker, Emily, says that he is great with other animals.
"He likes to do the whole thing where he does the rubbing on the other cats and gives them little massages and kisses them" Emily, said.
Wendy is a female kitten, she's almost five months old and she's already been spayed.
Wendy and her sister have been at the humane society for about three months now.
"Very playful. She's a little purr machine. She's sweet as can be and she's wanting to play with everybody else" Emily said.
She has one feature that separates her from other cats, she has a stubby tail.
Her sisters also has a stubby tale, but it's a little longer than Wendy's.
Emily said she would be great for a family with kids.
"She'll do great. Because she's so young she'll get along with any other animals too."
Our next kitten to feature is Cece.
She is three months old, black and has longer hair.
She hasn't been spayed yet, because she is still too small, but she should be getting spayed soon.
Emily said Cece's personality is sweet as can be, and that she is a little more outgoing than her brothers.
Cece has two brothers, one of them being our final pet to feature this week.
His name is Ash, and he is the same age as Cece.
The two of them look very different. Ash has long fur like Cece, but he is white and tan.
He is a very sweet kitten that loves to play, cuddle and he rarely uses his claws.
All of these cats, plus many more, are looking for forever homes.
The Humane Society of Harrison County is overloaded with cats and kittens right now, so if you want one now is the time to act!
If you'd like to adopt one of them call the Humane Society of Harrison County at (304)-592-1600