Happy Nose and Cooner are two senior Siamese cats. They spent their entire lives together when suddenly their world changed. Their person became unexpectedly ill, and was unable to care for them. A senior herself, she had no one to help her, and so she turned to Nevada Humane Society (NHS), a no-kill humane shelter in Reno.
At first, both cats were quiet, shy, and less than confident. Staff and volunteers looked past that, giving Happy Nose and Cooner plenty of TLC. Slowly, they began to reveal their true colors—affectionate and charming personalities.
One volunteer in particular took Happy Nose and Cooner under her wing. With the help of NHS staff, she created a special adoption poster and shared that around the community. It wasn’t long before a lovely woman decided she couldn’t resist them. She came to NHS, met Happy Nose and Cooner, and it was love at first sight! Happy Nose and Cooner prove that you are never too old to find love.
NHS staff and volunteers took pride in knowing that they could help facilitate their adoption and that the cats are now comfortable in their loving, new home.
Nevada Humane Society is a non-profit, charitable organization founded in 1932. As a no-kill organization, NHS works to find homes and provide care for homeless animals, and to bring people and animals together to make Washoe County a no-kill community. This effort is funded entirely by donations, with no assistance from the government or national organizations.
Looking for your new best friend? NHS is open for pet adoptions daily, from Sunday to Friday from 11:00am until 6:30pm and an hour earlier on Saturdays at 10:00am. For more information about NHS please visit www.nevadahumanesociety.org or call 775-856-2000.