Bu​hdy is looking for a buddy to call his very own! He's a handsome, front-paw declawed gentleman who was born in 2005. This friendly orange tabby's favorite hobbies include taking long naps, watching the birds and squirrels and hanging out with his favorite humans. Budhy is so laid-back it's no wonder that he gets along with everyone he meets. If you are in search of a quiet, loving companion, Budhy is your man.

Because Buhdy is on a special diet food, he must be in his cage during the evening hours. He has been waited too long for his forever family. Buhdy would love to relax and enjoy the comforts of a home. He is very easy going and would be an easy foster pet. 

Click here to watch a short video of Buhdy 

Lynus is one of the best looking domestic shorthair orange tabby cats that you will ever meet! And he's as nice as he is handsome! Born in 2005, Lynus is front-paw declawed. Don't call this guy a senior--he has lots of life left and he wants to spend it with you! When he looks at you it's as if he is asking you to take him home. Lynus is very friendly and likes to be held and loved. Lynus came to us from Dewitt County, Ill. but we don't know much about his past. While he waits patiently for a permanent home, he is getting lots of love and attention at Heartland. Lynus was diagnosed with diabetes shortly after arriving, so he receives insulin twice a day and is on a special diet. Don't let that stop you from considering this awesome cat. He is a wonderful patient. Our medical team will be happy to discuss his care with you.  Click here to watch a short video of Lynus!

Foster Plea for Our Special Pets

Fostering pets is very rewarding! Fostering increases the likelihood of adoption. When the pet you’ve fostered is accepted into a forever home it is because of the love you’ve given them! It's fun! You’re able to show your foster animal what a life filled with love should be. And most of all - Fostering save lives!

The more foster homes that are available, the more lives Heartland can save! 

Older pets, pets will illness or injury, and pets who find it very difficult adjusting to a shelter environment: Some pets simply find the shelter too stressful! These pets will benefit from a loving and caring foster home until they are able to find their forever home! 

Meet some of these special pets!

Pregnant moms-to-be, Moms with babies, and Babies!

We often have pregnant moms-to-be, new moms with kitties or puppies, and new born kitties or puppies without a mom who need a foster home!