“I broke two dishes, a lamp, and a vase while “Playing Spider-Man” to get on the kitchen counter and eat pancakes. My parents aren’t mad…they’re impressed!”
Buddy will do just about anything to get pancakes. But then again…so would I.
I ate an entire flank steak. My people had to order pizza for dinner.
My name is Zoe and I ate my kitty toy. I ripped it to shreds and feel no remorse.
Thanks for all these spiffy toys mom but I’m only interested in my old and tired monkey and soldier boy.
My name is Betty Davis and I am a sweet and social little girl from Washington, DC! I am mellow and love to hang out with both my human and dog friends here at the Washington Humane Society. I’m super smart, and I’ve already learned to sit on command and would love to learn more with some positive training and reinforcement. I really like to go on long walks, then I am ready for a good snuggle. Please consider me to be your new best friend. I can go home with dogs or cats…or both! I prefer my furry friends calm and laid back like me. Because I rock, my adoption fee is waived!
Interested in adopting Betty Davis? This lovely girl is available at the Washingon Humane Society New York Avenue Adoption Center.
Love our little foster Chestnut, but she has a horrible dirty secret.
Meet Chestnut- a 2-4 year old schnauzer that comes ready to go! from New Leash On Life Rescue in Chicago, IL.
Chestnut was recently rescued by New Leash on Life Chicago with her non-bonded friend, JackFrost. Because she was an owner give up from a multi-dog home, she does fabulously with other dogs of all shapes and sizes, and would be the ideal dog for a home with kids! She even shines with her feline foster companions!
This lovely lady is also potty trained and does well when left alone to her own devices. But she does needs some patience while she learns how to walk properly on a leash. What really makes her a winner is her laid back, anything goes personality! All she asks for is a warm blanket or soft bed and someone to scratch behind those ears!
Penny says: “I ate cat poo. Then, I felt so bad about it I put myself in my foster brother’s crate to atone for my dirty Dirty deed! Miss Penny.”
Penny is available for adoption from Aussie and Me Rescue in Fort Myers, FL! Penny loves pretty much everything: people, dogs, kids, cats, playing, walking, anything as long as she’s with her pack! She’s only about a year old, so she’s still very young but is full of personality and love! She is about twenty five pounds and is very smart. She is house trained, crate trained (obviously), and learning new things in her foster home! Penny is an awesome dog!
If you are interested in finding out more about Penny, click here. Her petfinder says she is looking for a foster but, as you can see, she has found a foster home but is still waiting for her forever home!
“Last night I was lonely and missing my old home. So, I whimpered and howled until 2am, when my foster mom let me sleep in her bed. I repaid her nice gesture by farting in her face.
Sorry, I thought smelly meant love…
Ado is a 9 year old Great Dane that I just began fostering He lives in Fairbanks, AK and in being adopted through Homeward Bound Rescue. He is very mellow and very sweet, but last night he was feeling a little homesick so he whimpered and howled at the window all night, hoping his owners would come back for him. Sadly, circumstances prevent them from keeping him.
This adorable senior is looking for his forever home.
He’s 140lbs of lovable and would make the right family very happy.
Mickey is thought to be a Saint Bernard/Sharpei mix. He lives in Chicago, IL and is being fostered by Grahamville Rescue & Sanctuary. Mickey is an adorable little guy who loves to snuggle. He is 24 lbs of fun. He is working on his potty training and has finally mastered climbing stairs. Mickey really enjoys playing and would do great in a loving home with lots of love. He is very playful, loves his doggie siblings and has taken some training classes. If you are interested in this amazing boy, click here.