Hi Tor’s Adoptable Pets – 5/16/19

All the volunteers are shocked that Ellie is still available! Ellie came in as a stray after a nice family found her. She is great with kids of all ages! Ellie is really careful to be gentle with the young ones! The staff says she is one of the most adoptable dogs here right now! She is about 2 yrs old and loves to go for car rides and walks. Ellie likes other friendly dogs but is not so sure about cats.

This is Buster. I bet your first instinct when you see him will be to count his bottom teeth! The volunteers love his crooked teeth. And sometimes his lip gets stuck; they like that too. He was found in Suffern tied to a fence a few months ago. Everyone was so nice when they found him and kept him safe until he was brought to the shelter. Buster was shy at first but no more. He is the King of the Lean. He leans on you until you pet him or give him a treat! He loves people and walks. He would need a meet and greet with other dogs. He is going to be cat-tested very soon.

Three years at the shelter and counting. Brooklyn isn’t just a great running partner but he is also one of the smartest dogs we have here. He is 7 years old and now has over 125 miles of running with the Dog Trotters under his collar! Brooklyn looks better than ever! Are you a runner, hiker or leisurely walker who would like a furry partner? Brooklyn is your dog! For more info on Ellie, Buster or Brooklyn email Doug@hitor.org.

Zoey is a one year-old female who was brought to the shelter as a stray. Zoey has been there for about 3 months. As you can see her ear is clipped so at some point someone thought she was a feral cat but she actually is not. Zoey really likes people and would love to be someone’s pet! The staff just moved her into the front lobby so more people can see her!

Marvin is an 11 month-old, silky-coated, grey and white cat. He came in as a shy stray back in July 2018 but now is a playful cat who has waited long enough for a home of his own.

Boo is a two year-old female cat who came to the shelter as a feral but we soon realized she would make a great house cat. She is good with other cats but would prefer a house with teens and adults. She seems a bit shy when you first meet Boo but after a couple pets on the head she warms up to you pretty quickly. She is now a popular lobby cat and we know it’s just a matter of time until she finds her forever home! If you are interested in meeting Zoey, Marvin or Boo email Amber@hitor.org.

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