These adoptable pets are on the lookout for a new household in Lane County

Greenhill Humane Society

This lovely and charismatic lady is ready to romp correct into your heart! Riley is a fun and energetic goofball hunting for a family who will support her gain the self-confidence she needs with schooling and socialization.

Riley is 1 12 months previous and weighs about 30 lbs .. She has red wiry coat and massive, endearing brown eyes. 

She loves to play with toys and be all-around persons. She has lots of vitality and will have to have a spouse and children keen to give her heaps of physical exercise and stimulation.

Riley would do ideal as the only pet while she has time to find out and blossom, but she has enjoyed enjoy dates at the shelter and has experienced a blast. She would do greatest in a home with older little ones who will give her space. Riley can be a bit fearful of new individuals so she will will need a affected individual household who will give her time to get comfortable. But at the time she trusts you, she will be without end yours!

Greenhill Humane Culture is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day at 88530 Environmentally friendly Hill Highway in Eugene. For far more data, phone 541-689-1503 or visit

Cat Rescue & Adoption Network

Gwyenn and Frilla

Gwynn and Frilla are a bonded pair of cute 7-month-old grey woman teenager kittens, who are playful, outgoing and friendly.

These girls adore very little extra than to be in your presence and get animals. They will romp by way of the home, and then when it can be snuggle-time, they are inseparable (they need to be adopted together).

If you are on the lookout for affectionate, attention-loving kitties to cuddle with, these ladies are yours. Gwynn and Frilla are spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and damaging for FeLV and FIV. 

You can satisfy them in our cattery inside Wags! Puppy & Cat Emporium, 136 Oakway Road in Eugene.  For much more information and facts, contact 541-225-4955, choice 1, or visit

Bark in the Park returns

Bark in the Park

Greenhill Humane Society’s longest running and biggest fundraiser, Bark in the Park, returns Sunday at Alton Baker Park. Following a two-calendar year hiatus thanks to the pandemic, with onsite registration begins at 7 a.m. with the 10K, 5K commencing at 8:30 a.m., and the 2K commencing at 9:45 a.m., followed by contests and vendor giveaways.

Nearly a thousand canine and their humans are envisioned to take part in this year’s event. The function, which celebrates the human-animal bond is also just one of Greenhill’s largest fundraisers of the year with a objective of raising $100,000 to enable treatment for in excess of 3,100 animals in 2022.