From his animated ice blue eyes to his bouffant tail, Kane, a 3- to 4-year-old Husky and Border Collie mix, is full of personality and cheer. Handing out hugs to all and greeting with multiple kisses, he’s everyone’s friend. Enjoy outdoor activities? He’ll love you even more -- hiking, ball chasing, long walks -- he is game for all. He is a quick learner, an affectionate teddy bear, and an avid sportsman. Kane would make a fantastic companion for the active individual who also loves a big lap dog.

Glamorous as a 1940’s Hollywood starlet, 1-year-old Wren is black as soot and as shiny as a diamond. She walks with grace and sophistication, waving her long tail in the air as she leisurely struts by. She’ll tease you with eyes as yellow as lemon meringue pie and a sweet side glance to lure you under her spell. She wants to be the center of attention without other felines or pesky canines taking away her limelight. If you’re looking for a single lady to pamper and adore, Wren is a perfect choice.

Adoption fees are free for both of these pets through Feb. 25.

The Greenwood County Animal Shelter, 235 Wilbanks Circle, is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Adoption fees are $85 for dogs; $15 for adult cats and $50 for kittens 1 year and younger. Fees include all vaccinations, spay/neuter and microchipping. Pictures and information about adoptable pets are online at www.gwdhumanesociety.org. For information, call 864-942-8775 or email adoption@gwdhumanesociety.org.