MARTIN COUNTY, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – You can help find a local, loveable, furry friend a home.
This weekend, the Martin County Humane Society will be having its Meet Ramsey Day from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, October 28.
Ramsey is a male plott hound and redbone coonhound mix, who has been at the shelter for almost 1000 days, making him their longest resident. He’s five+ years old, and adores people, outdoor adventures, and walks.
“This event really is just a kind of help get Ramsey out there, let people see him, come and play with him, given some love and possibly maybe adopt him,” said Emily Duvall, a volunteer with the humane society.
Ramsey needs a home without cats since he is a hound, and may need to be tested with other potential canine siblings.
“Ramsey has been at the shelter for almost 1000 days. There’s really no explanation for it hes a very sweet dog. Hes a great dog overall but hes almost been here for 1000 days so we really want to try to find him a home before he hits that 1000-day mark,” Duvall said.
For those interested in helping Ramsey find a home, the Martin County Humane Society has an application process on its Facebook page.