The more we get to know Pumba, the more we fall in love. Pumba is a young male dog who was sadly found tied to a tree by his leash in our driveway. He walks nicely on a harness and is learning his manners. He has a very soft, coat and chocolatey coloring with soft eyes and a big smiley face. Pumba deserves to find a home who will love him and keep him safe forever. For more info on Pumba email Doug@hitor.org.
Miracle is our Christmas miracle. HiTor is closed to the public on Christmas day. But Miracle showed up and they happily opened their doors to save her. She was brought in as a stray. From what we understand, weeks earlier Miracle was left tied to a tree for hours until her owners came back. She’s around two years old. This bouncy girl would benefit from a home with structure. She likes to learn new tricks when she is rewarded with a tasty treat. Miracle is house-trained and would be most comfortable in a home with a single adult, so she only has one person to call her own. Miracle would be a great apartment or condo dog as long as she gets a few walks each day. If you are interested in Miracle, please email Doug@hitor.org.
Who wouldn’t want to wake up to this sweet face every day? Shelby is a spunky girl dog with lots of love to give. She came in as a stray and is a young girl with her whole life ahead of her. Shelby is a smart girl who has mastered “sit” and is eager to learn more. Shelby appreciates time to adapt to new places and would do especially well with adults and teens. She would need a meet-and-greet with any other dogs in the home.
Tonka is new to the shelter. This dog was brought in with another small dog. His owner called and no longer wanted them. Tonka lived with two other small dogs but is not good with cats. He is a goofy, good-natured dog who can be quite chatty when he sees his favorite staff member in the morning. He is happiest when he is with people and in the pool. He loves water and chunky chew toys. Stop by and meet this handsome guy. You will just love his smile. For more info on Tonka email Doug@hitor.org.
Bailey is a 5 year-old beautiful calico and she’s has waited long enough for her forever family! She is the longest resident at the Annex but we think today is her day!! Bailey is a sweet cat who loves to bask in the sunlight and enjoys being brushed and pet. But, she needs some time to learn that you are her friend. She would thrive in a home with a patient, loving adopter who will give her time to open up and adjust in her new environment. She can be shy around unfamiliar people, but once she gets to know you she is eager to call you one of her best friends! She’ll make an amazing companion for someone who likes to enjoy life’s quiet moments. Bailey is not at the shelter. To meet Bailey please email Nixie at Gentlesouls@aol.com.
Daisy came in last summer at only 7 weeks old, sadly she was the only survivor of her litter. After 3 months of continued care, there were few signs of improvement, she remained so lethargic she needed to be taken into foster care. Daisy showed immediate improvement, however, her need to remain on antibiotics was clear. After months of diagnostic blood work, it has been determined that Daisy has a chronic low grade infection that flares up in times of stress. You’d never know it however, seeing her zoom around the annex and walk on her leash!!! This little girl may remain a special needs baby, however, our hope is that she will outgrow her need to be on regular courses of antibiotics. Daisy is a tiny girl, her growth a bit stunted but that only adds to her charm. She is a very confident little orange cat weighing in at a little over 5 lbs. Orange cats are usually male, but Daisy is no common girl! She gets along very well with other cats and loves to be held and petted. If you would like to meet Daisy please email Nixie at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meet and greet. She is being fostered in New City, she is not at the shelter.