Here is another pup in our “meaty pups” litter of Great Dane/Australian Cattle Dog/LeMutte pups!
Pepperoni (a girl whose nickname is “Gecko” because of the shape of the white on her chest) is one of the smaller pups. She is vocal, likes to be at the center of attention, and is playful with the other pups but also very human-oriented.
See her full listing, including video, on our DOGS page.
Bratwurst and siblings arrived as a Stop the Cycle litter; Forget Me Not has spayed the mother dog (a Great Dane/Australian Cattle Dog mix) and returned her to her owner, and we will now find great homes for the pups. They were born on March 22, 2013. Father is unknown (may be more than one for this litter). Some of the pups look like they may have some Labrador Retriever or Pitbull in the mix, along with a healthy dose of “who knows what” – they are true “LeMutte” pups!
The entire litter is very well socialized, and the pups are currently together in a foster home where they are encountering adult dogs, cats, and chickens. They are all curious, outgoing, and very happy, and should do well in every type of home and family.
Bratwurst (a girl) is one of the bigger pups, and she shows the . . . → Read More: New adoptable pup: BRATWURST
Meeko is a gorgeous boy who looks like a husky/shepherd mix; he arrived as a stray and has gone unclaimed. We are guesstimating his date of birth at about 4/26/2012 – he has those gangly “teenager” legs and the playfulness of a pup!
He has lots of boisterous energy and loves to chase just about anything, so we wouldn’t recommend him for a home with kitties that run away… but he has a soft, cuddly side too, and will sit for long periods just snuggling with the volunteers.
He doesn’t seem to be an overly dominant dog, though will stand up to a challenge, so would fit best with an easygoing dog companion (probably a female would be best), or as the only dog.
He’d love to have a family that will give him lots of time to play and run with . . . → Read More: New adoptable dog: MEEKO
Smootch on 1/17/13 (top)Smootch on 2/5/13 (bottom)
How do you go from the top photo, on 1/17/13, to the bottom photo, on 2/5/13?
Step one: Fill food bowl
Step two: Wait
Step three: Fill food bowl again
Step four: Wait
Repeat steps one through four until dog realizes he will never go hungry again. Ideal weight will follow, along with thousands of face-licks and tail wags.
Meet Smootch, who is now up for adoption. This was Smootch when he arrived:
He is one of the most emaciated dogs we have rescued, and besides his weight, he came in with broken teeth, infected gums, sores on his elbows and buttocks, the tip of his tail had fallen off leaving an open wound (probably frostbite), and his snout was all scraped up:
Coquette is a beautiful torbie with white girl, about 2 years old, who arrived as a stray. She has a funny, kinked tail – it bends like it was caught in a door, but it may have been that way since she was born. She is a little bit timid in new situations and meeting new people and cats, but warms up quickly once she gets to know you. She is affectionate, but not pushy about it, and would make a good indoor or indoor/outdoor kitty. We think she would prefer a quiet, relaxed home, and she would be fine as an only cat or with another kitty or two, preferably kitties that won’t bully her but will accept her presence with a friendly attitude.
See her full listing here.
Icicle is one of the kitties that arrived in September 2012, when we took in 21 cats and kittens from one location. There are only 4 of those cats/kittens, like Icicle, still looking for forever homes!
Icicle was born about 9/7/12, is affectionate and playful, and should do well in pretty much any sort of home, from indoor-only with one human, to indoor-outdoor with a 15-member family. If you are hoping for a pair of kitties, her sister Irmagard is also still available – instant family!
See Icicle’s full listing here.
Chachalaca is a really pretty and unusual “dilute torbie” – a pastel tortoiseshell (cream, grey, white) with tabby pattern. She technically arrived as part of a feral colony on which we were doing trap-neuter-return, but she is just too darn friendly and affectionate to spend the rest of her life fending for herself in a colony, so she was promoted to the adoption program. We think Chachalaca is about 3 years old; she is pretty easy-going with the other cats in her room, and although she doesn’t like to be picked up, she LOVES to play and is a great combination of affection and independence. She’d be a great indoor-outdoor cat for just about any type of lifestyle.
You can see her full listing, with videos, here!
Shadow is a senior kitty who arrived at the shelter with his friend Sassy, when their owner died without a pet plan in place. It has taken us a while to list Shadow, because he came in weighing only 6 pounds, with severe hyperthyroidism that had apparently been undermedicated for at least a year. We got him on track with the right dosage and he is looking great after just 6 weeks! Hyperthyroidism is fairly common in senior cats (we know Shadow is at least 8, and could be more). The treatment that is working for Shadow is a small pill given morning and evening; the medication costs less than 70 cents per day, and we have no trouble getting him to eat his pill when tucked into a small ball of wet food, or into a pill pocket and then put . . . → Read More: New adoptable cat: SHADOW
Cacique came in as a stray with 5 kittens in tow back in July 2012; as so often happens, the kittens are all happily growing up in their adoptive homes, and Cacique is still waiting for someone to invite her into their family. We’ve given her a guesstimated birth date of March 2011. Cacique is friendly, happy, and playful. She is a medium haired tabby with just a touch of “torbie” (tortoiseshell/tabby) coloring. Unfortunately, during her very long stay at the shelter, Cacique has become quite overweight; we have her on a diet and exercise program, but she really needs a forever home to give her the attention she needs to fill that emptiness inside her… kitty kibble is a poor substitute for cuddles and love.
Cacique gets along well with other cats once she gets to know them and they have . . . → Read More: Today’s featured cat: CACIQUE!
Yogi has been with us for a very long time now; he is a difficult dog to place, but for the right person, he will make a funny, goofy, interesting companion. He will do best as an only pet, though does get along with some dogs – usually smallish female dogs. Honestly, his perfect home would be with a single person or childless couple, someone who is active (maybe a jogger) but something of a homebody. He will wait patiently for his person to come home from work – seems to be well housetrained and is not a destructive chewer – but would prefer that you come home and have some solid one-on-one (or two-on-one) time with him. He loves to chase a tennis ball; a bag of tennis balls, a “chuck-it” to throw them as far as possible, and a cozy home to curl up in with his . . . → Read More: Long-Timer Dog – YOGI
Sassy is a lovely, but very shy and frightened, Siamese mix girl who arrived at the shelter when her owner died without a pet plan in place. Sassy is a little over 4 years old. She will be someone’s wonderfully rewarding “special project cat” – the kind that really NEED to be rescued, and when she gives you that first purr or head-butt, you’ll know you’ve done something magical for her.
Sassy’s ideal home will be a calm, quiet haven. She doesn’t seem to mind other cats, so could fit in well with an existing zen-like kitty, but will probably do best without a frenetic kitten pouncing on her. She will be expected to hide – she likes to hide inside boxes, tents, bags, anywhere “cave-like” – but will venture out when she knows it is safe and just . . . → Read More: Featured cat: SASSY!
We have four kittens, born 9/3 (Engelbert) and 9/7 (the three “I” sisters), who have watched pretty much all the other kittens head out to their new homes… these four are still waiting, but we know there are great homes out there for each of them!
Engelbert is a medium-haired boy; Icicle, Iliana, and Irmagard are shorthaired girls.
You can see their full listings on our Cats page – just click on their photos to bring up the listings.
Kittens love to go home in pairs, but can also go alone. Adoption fee is $58 for one kitten, $98 for a pair; these kittens have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated with their 3 kitten vaccines, microchipped and wormed. They will need rabies vaccination between 4-6 months of age.
Cassowary is a beautiful medium-haired bob-tailed tortoiseshell girl who came in as a stray. We waited quite a while to list her because we were SURE someone must be looking for her, but that does not appear to be the case, so it’s time to find Cassowary (Cassie for short) a new family. She seems to be a young but full-grown adult, possibly around 2-3 years old. See her full listing HERE.
Cardinal is a handsome and affectionate young tabby boy, born we think in October 2011. He came in with a big rat trap stuck on his right front paw; thanks to funding from the Cats of Microsoft Calendar, we were able to go the extra mile and treat Cardinal’s paw; for a while we thought he might lose it, but he has slowly been healing and has regained most use (even “kneading” while he purrs during cuddle sessions!)
See his full listing here – he’ll make a great new family member!
Dingo is a BIG boy, probably over 100 pounds – we need to get him onto a big scale to find out for sure! He is an Irish Wolfhound mix, housetrained, somewhere between 4-7 years old, and a real sweetheart. See his full listing here – let’s help this big guy find a new home quickly, as he is a bit depressed in the shelter!
Sunny is an adorable housetrained neutered 3 year old male pom-chi, about 10 pounds of cuddle! See his full listing here.
Austin and Nick come as a team; they are each about 12 years old, and ended up in the shelter after their wonderful, doting owner died without a pet plan in place. These adorable boys are reportedly a poodle mix and a maltese mix, and they are pretty lost and afraid at the shelter. We have them sharing a kennel, and hope to place them together in a final forever home.
Austin and Nick are housetrained, and used to live with cats (the kitties will be listed on our cats page soon). They are still pretty frisky, but definitely less energetic than a puppy! Nick, in particular, is pretty laid back – lots of cuddle time available with these boys. It takes them a few minutes of calm interaction before they relax around new people; at the . . . → Read More: New adoptable dogs: AUSTIN and NICK
JoJo is an amazing, affectionate, athletic Australian cattle dog (red heeler) girl, who was sentenced to a term at the shelter for the crime of chicken murder. She is a slightly overweight, mature girl – her owner doesn’t know how old she is, as she arrived with them as an adult stray, but we are guessing she is about 7 years old. You wouldn’t know it from watching her fetch, though – you can see her excitement and enthusiasm in her eyes as soon as you pick up *anything* to throw for her! It comes across beautifully in her photos, too.
JoJo is housetrained, good with other dogs, good on leash, and an easy keeper (as long as you don’t raise poultry). She has all the classic heeler behaviors so could potentially be a working dog, but we think . . . → Read More: New adoptable dog: JOJO
Corky is a 5-year-old male mini poodle who weighs just 10 pounds. His former owners got him as a puppy from a breeder, but now they no longer have time to give him the attention he deserves, so he is looking for someone new to cuddle with.
Corky is housetrained, good with other dogs, good with cats, and loves children. He is a very happy dog who loves attention and plays like a “big dog” (ha). He is a fairly high energy dog – don’t let that tiny size fool you, he still needs lots of exercise to help him stay calm, and would really love a few sessions of “fetch” and a couple of short but brisk walks every day. As you can see, he will also benefit from some professional grooming; we did have the vet clean . . . → Read More: New adoptable dog: CORKY
Even though this adorable girl, who was abandoned inside the shelter fence, is in dire need of a trip to the beauty parlor… you can’t deny she is CUTE as ANYTHING!! We just love her. She’s 4 years old, and you can see lots more photos of her, plus a video and her full (and complicated) story as revealed by her microchip, in her listing here.
While it’s awful when people dump pets inside the fence, without even checking to see if we have room, or if we will need to euthanize for space to fit the unexpected pet in… we’d rather see dogs like Pebbles left with us, than abandoned in the forest. Now we just need to find her FOREVER home, SOON! Shouldn’t be hard – she is irresistible.