Sassy, 3, is a female brown and white boxer blend. She is a large dog; very sweet and friendly, playful. Her previous owners couldn’t take care of her anymore. She appears to be a dog that can be well-trained and make a great family companion. She needs room to run and would do great with daily walks or other exercise. She is vaccinated, microchipped and scheduled to be spayed before joining her new family. Bring your family, including dogs, as she awaits meeting and visiting with her new forever family.
Skeeter Bug, 1-1/2, is a 15-pound neutered male domestic shorthair. He has a sleek black and brown tabby coat and bright green eyes. Skeeter Bug hasn’t had a normal home environment in his past and may be shy at first, but warms up immediately once you pet him. He doesn’t enjoy being picked up, so would do best in a home with older children or only adults. But he is a big, sweet boy who just wants love and has quickly become a staff favorite.
Marax, 9 weeks, is a domestic shorthair cat with brown and gray markings and a kinked tail. He came to the shelter as a sickly kitten — the only boy in a litter of three. Marax is shy, but he is slowly coming out of his shell. Though he’s had difficulties in his young life, he will make a great companion. He is a playful, curious kitty who loves toys and would enjoy having a cat perch in his new home. He has spent some time with a gentle dog, and would likely do well with a canine companion. Marax will need to spend the night at the shelter to be neutered before he goes home.
Osiris, 4, is a blend of miniature dachshund longhair and a miniature schnauzer. His coat is long and wavy and will need regular grooming. He’s very friendly, leash-trained, good with the other dog he came in with. The Humane Society always recommends a “meet and greet” at the center with family members and any other dogs in the home. The staff will conduct the introductions. Osiris is up to date on his vaccinations, micro-chipped and neutered.
Truffle, 5-6, arrived at our shelter as a stray. She has done well with the other small dogs at the shelter, is leash-trained, and loves treats and praise. Truffle appears to be a westie mix, maybe with a little Schnauzer or another terrier breed. She has been well taken care of and only needs a little bit of brushing to tidy her up before a spring groom needs to be done. She was previously spayed, microchipped and is current on vaccinations. Truffle’s adoption fee is $125 — she does not currently qualify for our Seniors for Seniors program.
Pickles, 2, is a black domestic shorthair cat. He was taken in as a stray. He is a very playful cat, especially in the morning and early evening. He will roll back and forth on his back or paw at your hands to let you know he’s ready to play. He is also very curious about everything in his environment. Pickles still has some kitten left in him, so he will need a patient adopter who will give him the attention he needs as he continues to mature. He seems to be litter-box trained. He is neutered and will be ready to go home right away.
Eva, 2, is a loving and sweet pit bull and terrier blend who was brought in by her previous owners who found her a bit too active. She is a large dog with a gorgeous brindle tan/black short coat. She loves to play and have lots of family interaction. She is easy on the leash but can get excited when taken outside. This is something her new family can work through with her, not to jump toward people, but learn she can get a lot of TLC while on all fours. She has been vaccinated, microchipped and will be spayed before going to her new home.
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