NORFOLK, Neb. -- "We have a handful of animals that are definitely less adoptable than the others and we need help finding them their fur-ever homes," said ASNN manager Lisa Stapp.

That will be the Animal Shelter of Northeast Nebraska's mission starting Monday, Sept. 18.

The shelter will be celebrating Adopt A Less-Adoptable Pet Week, which will run until Sept. 24.

The shelter is highlighting five of their residents who have been with them for a while, starting with a bonded pair of cats named Swiffer and Superbaby.

"They are both about three-years-old and they suffer from hind-end paralysis," Stapp said. "They are special needs kitties. They can't really walk on their back legs. Very sweet, loving cats, but they need a special home."

Three dogs are also being highlighted and may be recognized from past Pet of the Week segments.

Sampson is an 11-year-old Anatolian Shepherd who's been staying at ASNN for the past few months and has special needs.

He takes special urinary care medicine every day and loves humans and female dogs.

Then there's MacDaddy.

He's a playful husky who loves everyone he meets, dogs as well

He has a visual impairment problem which has made it hard for him to adapt to his surroundings in certain environments.

And lastly, it's the spunky pup Macey.

Macey has terminal cancer and also takes urinary medicine every day.

However, she's not letting that slow her down.

She loves to get exercise and play and would do great in any household.

Stapp does have some advice for people wanting to adopt any of these pets.

"When you're adopting an animal with special needs, whether it's physical or medical, it's something that you really can't take lightly," Stapp said. "You really have to be sure to dedicate their lives to making sure they are comfortable and happy and healthy as possible."

All their adoption fees have been reduced to $0.

People interested in submitting an adoption application can find a link here.