I’m Zoey. I’m 3 years old and I still can’t catch. I’m too uncoordinated. I also nibbled on this sign while my owner tried to take a picture… I’m always hungry!
My name is Shamus. I mean shameful. I got in the trash the night my parents had chili. Not a happy ending
My dog Lily ran into my neighbors car. There goes 3,000 dollars.
Editor’s note: Glad to see Lily came out unscathed! Maybe next time, you’ll think about giving her driving lessons?
I am a loveable galoot. When my human sister went to kiss me on the forehead today, I accidentally head-butted her and gave her a bloody nose! (Mom said it was her fault.)
I’ve kissed Neeko on the forehead everyday without incident–until today. To add insult to injury, family court ruled unanimously in his favor and foisted the shame onto me.
I jumped out of the car window in traffic to play with other dogs. I’m a little slow.
Tyson doesn’t understand manners.
You’ve got mail, mom. But don’t worry…. there’s nothing fun in here, just bills….
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My name is Snoopy. I was found my furever home because my fur-parents found me on Dog Shaming Adoptable Fridays. To thank them for welcoming me to their home, I redecorated the living room while they were at dinner! I might be blind but I got an eye for making a room look lived in.
If you remember, last week we featured a group of 7 (Seven!!!) puppies. Great news! They were all adopted. What great news! I inquired with Jill, the amazing woman helping with these puppies, and she mentioned that Rose, the mom to the puppies was still looking for a home. Here’s what Jill said:
Mama dog Dot (aka Rose) is still at the shelter. She was at a kill shelter in Merced, CA with her 7 puppies and was flown to Montana by Dog is My Co-Pilot. Her puppies have all been adopted but she is still at the shelter. She is a sweet snuggly girl who is spayed and ready to be adopted at the Humane Society of Western Montana.
So if any of you would love to give Rose a second chance, please don’t hesitate to contact me, email@example.com or contact the shelter directly.
My name is Sally from Roanoke, VA. The first thing I did when my foster mom got me home was pull the pillows off the couch so I could have a comfy nap.
I am an older girl who loves to hang around the house and snuggle up.
If you have a comfy place were I could nap in your home, I’m adoptable through Angels of Assisi.