Dog Of The Week

Meet Huck.  He’s a dapper 2 year old American Stafforshire Terrier.  Unfortunately, by no fault of his own, Huck got to be too big for his original owners, so he was surrendered to a kill shelter.  Luckily for Huck, he’s now part of our shelter family.  He is such a love bug, is always smiling and giving tons of big sloppy kisses.  He follows commands well, but does tend to play a bit rough at times.  Huck will do best  in a home with strong leadership skills and new family members who can handle his brute strength.  Huck also required a home with no other pets or small children.

Cat Of The Week

Violet is a 3 year old Tabby and White female.  She is a sweet girl who is just likes to relax.  She’s not fond of being pet for a long period of time and doesn’t like to be carried around but if you’re looking for a chilled companion she’s the girl for you.  Please come in and meet her and all our other wonderful residents.

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Portillo’s for GOOD Fundraiser

Portillo’s for GOOD Fundraiser There is only one thing we love as much as our furry...

ANNUAL FUR BALL

ANNUAL FUR BALL Saturday, March 24, 2018 Cocktails Six O’clock P.M. Dinner Seven...

Teddy

Teddy’s new parents fell in love with him as soon as they laid eyes on him! They...

Louise and Iris

Louise and Iris were both able to start their new lives this week! May you girls be...

Rusty

Oh what fun this new family is going to have with our dear Rusty! He’s definitely a...

Riley

Riley said goodbye to the shelter life today and HELLO to his happily ever after! We will...

Nikkita

Adopted! Congrats to Nikkita and her new family!

Bubba

Adopted! Congrats to Bubba and his new family!

Foxy

Adopted! Congrats to Foxy and her new family!

Olivia

Adopted! Congrats to Olivia and her new family!


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