Look who went home this week: Hoss, Maia, and Sloane!

Hoss, Maia, Sloane

Hoss, Maia, Sloane

It’s always nice, in the midst of kitten and puppy adoptions, to see some of our patient adult pets finding their new homes.

Hoss has gone home to be with the boy he fell in love with; we are hoping they will bond quickly and easily, and that Hoss will now have the chance to be the grand, happy dog he knows he can be!

Maia sold herself to her adopter, by jumping on his lap and cuddling up under his chin; hopefully the other cats will learn from her example, so the next “drop-in” adoption will have an ending as happy as Maia’s.

Finally, Sloane had multiple opportunities this week, any one of which would have been a great fit for him – but none greater than becoming a permanent family member in the home where . . . → Read More: Look who went home this week: Hoss, Maia, and Sloane!

 

Long-time shelter pets need your help

Spring is here, when our thoughts turn to… KITTENS!

Unfortunately, this year we have many juvenile and adult cats who have not yet found their forever homes.

Along with these beautiful cats, we have one amazing dog who just can’t seem to get noticed… he’s seen dozens of other dogs come in to the shelter, and then leave in two weeks, or a month, or two months, with their new people. Teague continues to wait, but he is growing depressed (see "The Big Black Dog Dilemma, featuring Teague").

We know many of you have already filled that empty spot in your family with a Forget Me Not pet, or perhaps you have used Forget Me Not to help a pet find a new home.

We’re not asking you to adopt one of these pets (though it would be lovely if you did).

You can help Teague and the . . . → Read More: Long-time shelter pets need your help