new PotenTial family members
Meet Spock! This handsome guy is looking for an active family with another playful canine companion. Spock is a goofy, high-energy boy and would benefit from continued obedience training with his new family. He is as friendly as can be but doesn’t know how big he is, so a home with kids over the age of 10-years-old will be best.
Nala is a particular cat with particular needs. She refuses to share her home with other pets of any kind, or small children (too loud and noisy for her tastes). She would likely do best in a quiet home without other pets. She is not much of lap cat but enjoys playtime, petting on her terms, and human companionship. She may even do well with outdoor access (as she liked to frequently escape her previous home!). And the more litter boxes you are willing to provide– the happier she will be.
Tim’s personality and appetite are as big as his ears! This happy, hoppy bunny is looking for a loving family who will feed him lots of apples and tell him how cute he is all day long. He’s super social and enjoys attention –would be the ideal pal for a family. Visit Tim today!
pets adopted in 2021
Lost and found pets in 2021
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