We love hearing from our adopters and how each animal is doing in their new home! Here are some Happy Tails that have been shared with us from previous adopters of the Guelph Humane Society.
Today is our 6 year adoptaversary and we are so blessed to have Robin in our family. I wonder on almost a daily basis who rescued who. Whether it's going for car rides and camping, gardening and painting with Grandma or just cuddling in bed, Robin is perpetually ready to be included. His favourite p...Read Moreass times are carrying around his squeaky animals, getting his butt scratched and running in the country....oh, and don't forget the cookies! Everyone that meets my sweet Critterdog falls in love with him. Thank you so much to GHS for bringing him into our lives <3
Known as “Julian” to GHS was adopted into his forever home September 27th 2018, we were looking for a dog for over a year and I had been watching GHS for a while one day when I looked on it I saw Draco’s photo and instantly headed over to see him and that day after we walked him we filled out ...Read Morean application. The next day we got the call to talk to June! The day of the meeting with June we took him home that day! His goofy personality came out instantly he loves to snuggle loves snow and forest walks and going to the beach, although he’s clumsy we love him to death ❤️
We went to the GHS to adopt Jigsaw(rabbit) now known as Tamaya and Foxy was meowing like crazy in her cage so I figured I would just pick her up for a minute. Well she wrapped her paws around my neck and looked at me and melted my heart. I looked at my hubby and he just smiled cause he knew we would...Read More be leaving with a rabbit and a cat that day and we did. That was back in December 2013 and they are both doing great. Tia is part Maine Coon and one of the most loving cats I have ever owned, Tamaya was a bit nippy at the beginning and wasn't very social but within a few months she bacame a very friendly rabbit that loves giving kisses.
Back in August of 2014, I became obsessed with a kitten posted all over Guelph Humane Society's social media. In a strange turn of events, I fell in love with his sister when I went to meet him. I ended up adopting HER (then named Shanti). This little kitten was one of the bravest, friendliest cats ...Read MoreI'd ever met. We renamed her Veronica Mars but, somehow, she's Bean now. While she was short-haired when adopted her, she's puffed out significantly. She now lives in an apartment with her elderly cat friend (Baby). Bean is vocal and friendly. We cherish her and are so happy to have her in our lives.
I first met Libby in January 2013 at the PetSmart on Silvercreek. I had asked the staff if I could pet the kitties to help socialize them, and I was immediately smitten with her beautiful eyes and demeanour. With two kitties already at home, and one with special needs, I didn't know whether we could...Read More adopt another kitty -- however a month later I noticed that Libby was STILL in the same crate and had not yet been adopted. I looked at her sheet and saw that she was four years old and her intake with GHS had been three months earlier...so I immediately went home and took a look at my monthly finances to see if we could bring another cat into our home and found that we DEFINITELY could. I signed the paperwork the next day! Libby is a smart, sassy, extremely polite kitty. I had no idea that cats could be "polite" but compared to my beyond-adorable menace Pixel she certainly is! Libby is an incredibly intelligent cat and with that came a lonnnng process of earning her trust. Her first night at home, she jumped on my lap for a nap, but would absolutely not let me pet her (she would jump off immediately!). She was grumbly when being picked up and grumbly with being petted...but I attributed that to being in a small cage for 3 months and perhaps even having a bit of PTSD and thus trust issues. I am happy to report that Libby has done a complete 180 since the day that I adopted her. This girl LOVES affection, firm head rubs, and now even belly rubs (unimaginable even a year and a half ago!). She is confident, healthy, happy, and extremely playful. Nearly every single day she will bring me one of her toys as a "gift". She walks up to me with confidence, staring at my lap until I make room for her to sit (she immediately jumps up when I do!). She rolls over for belly rubs, runs to the kitchen when there's cheese involved, and knows she'll get a lick of bacon fat every morning - haha! She keeps me company every day when I'm working in the home office, and purrs nearly immediately when touched. Ah yes, that's another thing...I didn't even hear her purr for nearly 1.5 years! She knows her name and comes when called, and jumps onto my lap when I pat it. I am so happy that I adopted this adorable little lady and showed her that she truly can trust once again. I'm literally writing this as she rolls around playing with a catnip toy at my feet! I love this little lady and I hope to have her around for a VERY long time!!
We adopted Angel in March of this year, she is such a sweetheart. Angel is a chatty girl, she meows when we get home, when she wants us to make room for her on the couch, and whenever she wants attention. Angel is a snuggle bug and will curl up with you and nap for hours. Unfortunately, she has canc...Read Moreer which means our time with her is limited, but until that time comes we’re loving her up. She’s a super happy girl and doing well despite being sick. We couldn’t be happier to have such a cool cat as part of our family.
I adopted my little kitten Leo (formerly Nikola Tesla) two weeks ago at the Adopt-a-thon. I am so happy to have him in my life. He has brought such a joy and bright energy to our household. He now enjoys spending his days playing with his new big sister Gloria, suntanning in the window, sleeping in ...Read Morehis cat tree, and getting plenty of cuddles. I am so grateful to be able to watch him grow into the beautiful, funny, happy boy he is becoming. Thank you to the GHS for bringing us together and thank you to his foster mom for taking such good care of him!
I adopted Tippy just a couple weeks ago and he has been such a friendly companion! I was warned he might be shy, but he doesn't leave my side when I'm at home! For the first couple days, I was even worried he had a breathing problem, but it was just him purring constantly. He's the best friend I cou...Read Moreld ask for!
Frank (formerly Bert) came into our lives late March and we couldn’t be happier! Frank is a lovable little snuggle bug who loves everyone he meets! He fit right into our family instantly! Thanks GHS for allowing us to adopt this awesome little guy, he’s certainly a welcome addition!
My boyfriend and I adopted Theo in the middle of April of this year. As soon as we laid eyes on him we knew we had to take him home! Theo has been a loving gent since day one, and he just continues to show us more and more love as the days go by. He has quite the soft spot for mom, and gets jealous ...Read Morewhen dad is giving her hugs and kisses! We usually resolve the issue by cuddling him and giving him kisses as well. Theo has been a therapy cat for me in a sense as well, and helps me get by on tough days. We have developed such a strong bond, and he has become a huge part of my life. Thank you GHS for introducing us to our little (not so little) furball!
Tia is the sweetest, most perfect addition to my life! She has a fun, loving, and curious personality. She loves to be near me at all times and enjoys being held and cuddled. She is often relaxing in her favourite chair and loves to play with string. She meows when she is hungry, wanting a snuggl...Read Moree, or while she jogs over after calling her name. I’m so thankful she is mine and loves her forever home💛
We adopted Boris just over a year ago from the GHS. He’s a big boy with some ongoing health issues, but with lots of love, from GHS and working with our vet he’s got everything under control! He loves showing off his toys and struts around the neighbourhood on his walks. We’d never adopted bef...Read Moreore Boris, but will never go back!