PETS: Sister Kitties Need Home
A snuggly pair of cats, a dog named Treat and a social bunny rabbit are waiting for you at the Humane Society of Harford County.
From the Humane Society of Harford County:
Dog of the Week: Treats
Age: 1.5 years
Color: Black and brown
Breed: Retriever, Labrador/Doberman Pinscher
Adoption Fee: $160
At only a year and a half, I’m just a big overgrown puppy with lots of energy. I’d love to find an equally active family with time to work with me so I can learn all my doggie commands. If you're interested in meeting me, stop by the shelter and pay me a visit!
Cats of the Week: Hiway and Itsy
Age: 5 months
Color: Brown, black and white tabby (Itsy); black and white (Hiway)
Breed: Domestic shorthair mix
Adoption Fee: $25 each
You’ll have to ask our foster mom how we got our names! We have lived with our foster family since we were three weeks old. We are sister kitties who have a special bond and want more than anything to stay together. We are hoping to find a forever family with room for both of us. We love to be held and we will purr and snuggle with you. If you'd like, we can sleep on your pillow right next to you so you won't be scared at night. During the day we will play and sleep (mostly sleep) in the special place you or we decide will be our "nest." The times you are too busy to play with us or when you go out to work or to run errands, no problem. We won't be sad or lonely because we will have each other for company and entertainment until you return. We are very tidy little girls who groom each other and use the litter box. All we need each day is a little bowl of dry Science Diet kitten food, a nice fresh bowl of water, and lots of love! Please call the shelter at 410-836-1090, x102 to schedule an appointment to meet us!
Small Critter of the Week: Pat
Color: Brown and white
Adoption Fee: $50
I’m a real charmer who came in as a stray, but I belonged to someone because I’m so darn sweet. I will run up to the cage door when I see you coming and I just adore it when you pet me gently between my eyes and ears. If you do it long enough, I might just fall asleep! Please adopt me only if you’re willing to spend at least an hour a day with me outside of my cage. I’m in the Critter Cottage with my other rabbit pals. Come see me!
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