Roice-Hurst Humane Society has four adorable young dogs that are collectively nicknamed the 'Fruit Bats.' Here's how and why they got the name.

The dogs, all between one and two years old, were brought to the shelter from Kansas and are are extra special because they are partially blind and deaf. So, in a way they're  like fruit bats.

One of our family dogs as she aged, lost all of her hearing and sight and still adapted to finding her way around the house, food and water and even use the dog door to let herself in and out of the house.

I tell you that because dogs are so amazingly adaptable that you shouldn't let their disabilities - and I use that term very, very lightly - keep you from adopting.

Now, allow me to introduce you to the 'Fruit Bats.'

  • Buddy

    Welsh Corgi, Cardigan/Chihuahua, Short Coat

    2-Years 2-Months Old

    Buddy is very shy at first, but if you're looking for a cuddle buddy, he's the perfect companion.

    Buddy - Roice-Hurst Humane Society
  • Bandit

    Welsh Corgi, Pembroke/Chihuahua, Short Coat

    1-Year 2-Months Old

    Bandit is a playful pup who will chase anything he can barely see. He would love playing tag with your family as long as you stay within sight and smell.

    Bandit - Roice-Hurst Humane Society
  • Chubbs

    Welsh Corgi, Cardigan/Chihuahua, Short Coat

    1-Year 2-Months Old

    Chubbs is confident and loves to show off. He'll give your family plenty of laughs and love, too.

    Chubbs - Roice-Hurst Humane Society
  • Little Boy

    Welsh Corgi, Cardigan/Chihuahua, Short Coat

    2-Years 2-Months Old

    Little Boy is so adorable but also so very shy. He's Just now starting to come out of his shell, so with some extra attention and lots of love, he'll blossom into a wonderful pet.

    Little Boy - Roice-Hurst Humane Society