Harford County Humane Society Pets Of The Week
Harford County Humane Society is continuing its pick-your-own adoption price special on all bully breeds throughout the month of September!
Here are the pets of the week, if you are looking to adopt one of these wonderful animals, contact Harford County Humane Society.
Photos of these animals are in the gallery at the bottom.
Dog of the Week – ELVIS
- Age: 5 years
- Color: White & Brown
- Breed: American Bulldog Mix
- Gender: Male
- Adoption Fee: Pick Your Own Adoption Price (all September)
- A little bit about Elvis: Hi, my name is Elvis, and if you just "Can't Help Falling in Love" with mellow dogs who are couch potatoes, then you're totally gonna dig me! Everyone who's met me says I'm just a hunk of burnin' love and a big ole "Teddy Bear". So if you're feeling "Lonesome Tonight" like I am, put on your blue suede shoes and head to the shelter because "It's Now or Never."
Cat of the Week – SIWI
- Age: 2 years
- Color: Buff
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair Mix
- Gender: Male
- Adoption Fee: $95
- A little bit about Siwi: Hi, my name is Siwi and since it's only going to get chillier this fall, you're going to need a snuggle buddy. Am I right? So I'd like to apply for the job of your lap warmer. I'm a sweetie pie who absolutely loves head rubs and hanging out with you.
Critters of the Week – ADAM & MOSES
- Age: unknown
- Color: Pink
- Breed: Guinea Pigs
- Gender(s): Males
- Adoption Fee: $20 each
- A little about Adam and Moses: Hey there, I'm Adam and me and my brother, Moses are hairless, red-eyed guinea pigs. Know what's cool about being hairless? You can dress us up in little outfits! Not only will we make fashion statements, but you'll also be keeping us nice and cozy warm this winter.
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