Every Thursday morning at 7:10am on the Lite Rock Morning Show, the Humane Society of Ocean City introduces the new Lite Rock Pet of the Week.

If you are thinking about adding a pet to your family, please consider adopting from the Humane Society of Ocean City, a no-kill shelter recognized as one of the nation’s top ten animal shelters.

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This week we met Livia the cat...

Here's some information on Livia from the Humane Society of Ocean City...

"Livia was found after being dumped in a feral cat colony. She was not feral and would run up to the caregiver every chance she had looking for a way out of there.

We estimate she is about 8 years of age, but that is just an educated guess. She is very much a lap cat. If given a chance she will jump on your shoulders so her adopter has to be prepared for that.

Livia does fine with other cats but would be just as happy by herself. She does okay with dogs that aren't in her face all the time. Due to her jumping on shoulders she shouldn't go to a home with younger kids."

See the available Lite Rock Pets of the Week

If you would like to visit Livia or need more information about any animal up for adoption at The Humane Society of Ocean City, call 609-398-9500 to make an appointment.

To adopt from the HSOC you will need one form of identification, which includes your name, permanent address and proof of ownership (i.e., localtax stub). If you rent, written approval from your landlord is required as well as personal identification.

To adopt from the HSOC you will need one form of identification, which includes your name, permanent address and proof of ownership (i.e., localtax stub). If you rent, written approval from your landlord is required as well as personal identification.The adoption fee is $65 for cats and $200 for dogs under 6 months; $100 for dogs from 6 months to 7 years; $100 for dogs 8 years and over.

They accept cashVisa, MasterCard, Discover and debit cardsChecks are accepted upon management’s approval. All adoptions include spay/neuter surgery, microchip if requested, and all necessary vaccinations through the first year.