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Adoption Stories

We receive wonderful stories of TCHS alumni on a regular basis, and we want to offer our sincere thanks to all who take the time to share them with us. We are invested in each and every pet we care for, and we want the best for them!  THIS is why we do what we do. Why you give, volunteer, adopt, and encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same.

Larry (now Tzadok)

Larry (now Tzadok)

Larry came to us in February as a stray and he was in pretty rough shape.  He was dehydrated, had fleas, ear-mites and multiple infected wounds from cat fights.  After a few rounds of fluids, flea medication, deworming, cleaning his wounds and a lot of TLC, we were able to find Larry a wonderful new home to bring happiness to where he can stay indoors being safe and loved.  Here’s an update from his new family:

 I came to the humane society a month ago and adopted who you know as Larry the cat.

Larry is doing well. My children and I renamed him: Tzadok. It’s pronounced Za-dick. He has transitioned well into our home. I did take him to the animal clinic up here in Park Rapids, because I was a bit concerned about him scratching his face to where he would make it bleed. The doctor checked him out, gave him his rabies shot along with a few other shots and sent us home with some medication for him to take. He is doing well. He is very cuddly, friendly and he always greets me when I come home from work.

I think of him as a warrior of a cat. Though I don’t know much about him other than what was on his sheet at the humane society and that he was brought in as a stray. I assume that he has been through a lot and he looks a little rough. My children and I have welcomed him with open arms and we are so happy that we have a cat to spoil and love with all of our hearts. Thank you for working with me in the adoption of him. I’m so happy to be a cat owner again.


Where Our Adopters Live:

This is a map of where people lived when they adopted an animal from Tri-County Humane Society. Click on the icon to see how many animals were adopted by people who live in that zip code.

Yellow pin = 2016 Adoption

Blue pin = 2018 Adoption

2018 and earlier:

Our Impact in 2018:

  • Animals Adopted


  • Animals Fostered


  • Animals Spayed/Neutered


  • Spay/Neuter Clinics Hosted


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