CLARK & CHIPPEWA COUNTIES, Wis. (WEAU) -- Three kittens who are sisters are all waiting to be adopted at the Chippewa Humane Association.
Bang, Chomp, and Pluck are six-month-old gray tabby cats.
They can be a bit shy at first., but all three of these gals love treats -- so they're pretty easy to win over.
So far, they're not a huge fan of dogs, but since they're kittens it's possible they'll be able to adjust living in a home with the right dog.
Through the end of November, the adoption fee for all spayed and neutered cats and kittens at the Chippewa Humane Association is just $40.
To learn more, click here.
These three pups will get you Hook, Line & Sinker!
They were surrenders, and before coming to the Clark County Humane Society -- they got into some fishing equipment.
Hook actually got his name because he got a fishing hook stuck through his lip.
It was able to be removed, he's doing fine, and it even inspired the names of his brothers, Line and Sinker.
These pups were born eight weeks ago, and are boxer and springer spaniel mixes.
Staff at the Clark County Humane Society say all three boys are sweet puppies with gentle personalities.
Cast out your line and reel in one of the puppies!
For an adoption application, click here.