Seven-year-old Pink has a cotton-white coat and her ears are dotted with chocolate-colored speckles. Calm and relaxed, she also harbors a spunky, frisky little girl inside who won’t let a good treat pass her by. When she’s feeling feisty, she’ll dart across the yard to pick the perfect spot for chewing her favorite bone, then jet back over to you with delight when you call her name. Well-mannered and good-natured, you won’t want to miss this “Pink” sensation.

Eight-month-old Fluttershy has shimmering black tabby markings with deep golden undertones. True to the My Little Pony character she’s named after, she’s gentle and kind. She often perches upon her windowsill, observing the world outside, while still enjoying indoor comforts. After all the sights have been seen, she’ll share an exciting, detailed report. Friendly to all, yet independent enough to occasionally keep to herself, Fluttershy is a cat who appreciates a calm home.

Adoption fees are free for both of these pets through Feb. 4.

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.