Honey

Honey

Each week, Chapel Hill Magazine features an adoptable dog or cat from the Orange County Animal Services. This content is brought to you by our sponsor, Sew Fine II.

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A068546 HoneyChoosing to adopt a senior pet is a choice not many will make. It’s hard knowing your new pet may not have as many years with you as you’d like. But those that do adopt a pet during the later years of its life are true heroes, especially to the animals that get to live out their lives surrounded by the simple yet priceless feeling that a safe and a loving home brings. Honey is 19. And while there is no pretending that she will live forever, she’s definitely still going strong despite the odds. Honey needs a special home. She’s deaf and declawed, meaning she must be an indoor-only cat. However, her age has caused her to begin using the bathroom outside the litterbox, something a new owner will have to understand and be comfortable with. And while this lovely lady may need a home that’s hard to find, once she does find it, her new owner will never regret the decision. No matter whether Honey has a year or ten years left, she is sure to pack them full of the most wonderful snuggles, loudest purrs, and purest love one can find.

The adoption fee for Cats & Kittens includes the following services: spaying/neutering, deworming, vaccinations and feline leukemia testing.

Thanks to our sponsors, new owners of each adopted featured pet will receive a $25 gift card to Piedmont Feed & Garden Center, a pet pillow from Sew Fine II and a complimentary exam at Park Veterinary Hospital (within three days of adoption date).


Orange County Animal Services is responsible for Animal Sheltering and Animal Control activities within Orange County. Its mission is to meet the needs of residents by working with volunteers and other partners to deliver cost-effective and integrated services that ensure the health, safety and well-being of humans, pets, and the community as a whole. The Animal Services Center is open to the public Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon – 6 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday from noon – 7:30 p.m.; and Saturday from noon – 5 p.m. For more information, visit orangecountync.gov/animalservices or call 919-942-PETS (7387).