Hi Tor List of Adoptable Pets 1/03/19

Sandy is an adorable blonde terrier mix. She’s small in size and has the prettiest face. We believe Sandy lived with our former resident Chet when they were both picked up as strays. Sandy walks nicely on a leash and takes treats gently. She is quite scared at the shelter but, when she comes out of her kennel and is placed in a quiet space, she is much happier. She would need a home with no cats.

Meet Coco, a three-year-old terrier mix. Coco was brought to us as an owner-surrender. Coco is a loving active guy. He loves going on long walks and is quite playful. He loves to run and check out his surroundings when he is let into our pens. Coco has a high prey drive and would prefer to not live in a home with cats and due to his activity level, older children. Coco is quite affectionate and loves humans. With someone who is willing to set boundaries and consistent training for this love, he will be a dream dog.

Baby is quite the cutie. She has a lot to learn but, someone out there can teach her to be a good dog. Being so young she tends to chase things, so she needs someone who will understand that she needs to learn, well, not to chase moving things unless it’s a toy or a ball. Because of that, the staff thinks it might be better that she live with adults. She is sweet and affectionate, and the volunteers are working with her on walking on a leash and some basic obedience. If you give her a chance, she promises she will be a good girl and be the most loyal friend out there.

Meet Julian “Creamsicle” the 3rd. Why do they call this cat that? It just seemed to fit his personality. Julian is about a year old and has been at the shelter since October 2018. He is very friendly. He loves hugs and cuddles. He is FIV+ so he could live with other FIV+ cats.

Marsha is a 10-year-old senior cat. She has been at the shelter since February 2018. She is a friendly, sweet cat who loves to be pet and held. She would prefer to be the only cat in the household. She has not been tested with dogs. She is Leukemia positive, so she would need a family who is familiar with her condition. Marsha’s adoption fee has been sponsored so if you qualify as an adopter, there would be no cost to her adoptive family.

Check out blue-eyed bunny beauty, Madison, (formerly known as Louise). She had a very rough start in life. Rescued from a broken-down hutch in the dead of winter last year, she and her sister combined their two litters to try to save their babies from the bitter cold. They were severely neglected. Within weeks of being rescued, (and 32 days after having her first litter), Madison gave birth to another litter of babies. She was so depleted, we weren’t sure she would survive. Thankfully, with proper medical care, and great care by her foster home she has been spayed and is doing wonderfully. She is completely litter-trained, eats well, and loves her toys. Please send an email to Hitorbunnytrail@gmail.com.

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