Adorable and Adoptable Pet of the Week: Max & Sassy

Adorable and Adoptable Pet of the week: GBHS Sassy and Max
via GBHS

We couldn’t miss another week of sharing the most adorable and adoptable pets! Meet Max and Sassy from the Greater Birmingham Humane Society.

Max (pictured above) is 9 years young. This senior citizen is quite the chunky monkey. His sweet personality will steal your heart. Max is declawed so his forever home must be looking for an indoor cat.

This pretty kitty is a part of the Greater Birmingham Humane Society’s Pay It Forward program, so his adoption fee has been sponsored by a wonderful donor.

Time to meet Miss Sassy!

This beautiful kitty is also an old timer. 9-year-old Sassy is pretty petite, weighing in around 8 pounds. This sweetheart has the prettiest coloring and a partly pink nose. Her adoption fee is only $30 with a $10 mandatory microchip fee.

Adorable and Adoptble Pet of the Week: GBHS Max and Sassy
via GBHS


All adoptable pets from the GBHS are neutered/spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on all vaccines. They also have more than just cats, dogs and puppies. They sometimes have birds, ferrets, reptiles, pigs, bunnies and other pets up for adoption. Plenty of lovable pets to choose from.

Regular adoption fees are as follows:
• Cats, kittens, dogs or puppies:
• Animals six months and under: $55
• Animals older than six months: $30
• Rabbits: $30
• Ferrets: $55
• Rats, Guinea Pigs & Hamsters: $15 for one or $20 for a pair

In addition to your adoption fee, there is now a small but mandatory microchipping fee of $10 to make sure you never lose your precious new pets. The first year of your microchipping service will be covered by the shelter. Fun Fact: 58% of lost dogs and 38% of lost cats that were microchipped were reunited with their families.

All active and retired military members and their immediate family members receive waived adoption fees with a valid ID presented at the time of adoption.

You can find out all of the adoptable pets at GBHS right here. It is updated regularly as pets become adoptable.

Vicky Lewis
Vicky Lewis

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