Friday, March 10, 2017
Cris’ Critter of the Week: PRINCESS
Princess is 9 years old but has the heart of a puppy! She was rescued by our Humane Police Officer and is still figuring out how to just be a dog. She has plenty of energy and absolutely loves toys and walks! While Princess would do best in an adult-only home, she seems to enjoy the company of other pets and wouldn’t mind sharing a family with the right animal companions. Stop by Animal Friends to meet this sassy girl today!
Friday, March 3, 2017
Cris’ Critter of the Week: PATTON & HOLT
Patton and Holt are a bonded pair of rabbits at Animal Friends who will need to go home together. These best friends complement each other perfectly – Holt is the sweet and shy one while Patton plays the role of protector, always looking out for his brother. Both of these young boys are social and active, always hopping around looking for their next adventure. When you meet these two, you’ll quickly see that they are inseparable. Keeping Patton and Holt together will help them grow and allow their unique personalities to really shine! If you bring these fun-loving guys home, you’ll be sure to get twice the love and twice the fun!
Friday, February 17, 2017
Cris’ Critter of the Week: LASAGNA
OMG! Look at this face! This is Lasagna, he was one of many cats who came to Animal Friends from an extreme hoarding situation. We have been diligently working with each cat as an individual to get them best ready for a loving family. Lasagna has gone from scared and wary to curious and affectionate. He always wants to greet and meet anyone who’s nearby, and maybe even play with some of his toys. He’s ready a loving home – could you be the one they have been waiting for? Lasagna is currently in a foster home. Call the Adoption Department at Animal Friends today to set up an appointment with the foster family to meet this handsome boy!
Friday, February 10, 2017
Cris’ Critter of the Week: VICTORY
Victory is a sweet and active 7-year-old Beagle and Australian Shepherd mix who doesn’t let his disability slow him down. He may only have one eye due to illness, but he stays playful, affectionate and energetic when someone gives him attention. He loves to be social and friendly to show off his beautiful gray and white coloring. Victory doesn’t care for the excitement of other dogs or cats, and would be best in a home with children 6 and over. What’s even better, Victory’s adoption has been sponsored, which means he’s truly priceless! So stop by Animal Friends and see why Victory is Cris’ Critter of the Week.
Friday, February 3, 2017
Cris’ Critter of the Week: CHERISE
Cherise is an adorable Florida White rabbit who was surrendered to Animal Friends. She is one independent bunny. But that doesn’t mean Cherise isn’t friendly. She’ll warm up and approach you for pets as soon as she gets to know you, but she likes to explore her surroundings on her own as well. She’s only eight months old and is still curious about the world around her. She wants to explore a loving home more than anything. If you could be the one to give that to her, stop by Animal Friends to meet her today.
Friday, January 27, 2017
Cris’ Critter of the Week: JOKER
Are you a calm person looking for a sensitive companion in your life? If so, Joker might be worth a look! He probably won’t run you a warm bath or rub your back after a long day at work, but he can be a very affectionate guy in the right environment. Joker seems to have a super kitty power—he can sense the emotions of the people and animals around him. Like a lot of special powers, Joker’s impressive abilities are not always easy for the super hero. This wonderful little guy has been returned to Animal Friends twice. In Joker’s case, he becomes more anxious as his environment becomes more stressful. Although his ideal adopter might be cool as a cucumber, he or she doesn’t have to be. Joker would probably do well in any quiet and calm home as the only pet. If you can give Joker that home, stop by Animal Friends to meet him!
Friday, January 20, 2017
Cris’ Critter of the Week: COWBOY
Meet Cowboy. He’s a 3-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier who looks forward to play time every day. When Cowboy came to Animal Friends, he was reserved and shy, but he’s really come out of his shell over the past several weeks. He has played with other dogs, but prefers to play with a human companion. That’s why he would enjoy being the only dog in the house. Because of his high energy, he would also do well in an adult-only home. Cowboy is looking for someone to give him loving home. Stop by and meet him today!