Handsome Quincy is 10 years old but young at heart! Quincy spent most of his life living in a home with another cat, until his owner passed away last August. He and his feline companion soon found themselves residents at the Humane Society of Kent County.
Quincy came from a very loving home where he was adored by his owner. As such, poor Quincy arrived to the shelter scared, confused, and heartbroken. He had lost the only life he ever knew and hated living life in a kennel.
Quincy has been moved from the adoption kennels to the front lobby at the shelter. He now has space to stretch and move around freely. But more importantly, he now gets the extra attention he craves. He currently spends his days greeting the public as they come and go and he watches kitten after kitten getting adopted. It’s a fitting job for him, because Quincy is friendly, super affectionate, and always laying it on thick!
This social butterfly gets along with every living being he meets. Whether it be kids, kittens, dogs, or puppies; Quincy does not mind the company. He would be easily incorporated into almost any home. The adoption fee for Quincy, along with all other senior animals at the shelter (7 years and over) is $25.00.
Come visit, come play, and come adopt Quincy today!
Written by Sarah Collins (Animal Care Technician) Photo by Lauren Matera (HSKC Volunteer)
The HSKC Shelter is open Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays through Saturdays 11am to 4pm, and adoption applications can be filled out online ahead of time at www.kenthumane.org to speed the process.