Abby *claims* that she won’t take up much room on the bed, but can we really believe her? This adoptable sweetheart came to Best Friends Animal Society in Kanad, UT after being rescued from a cruel dog fighting operation in Georgia. She’s wonderful with people, but she should be an only dog.
As part of Best Friends’ “Single and Loving It” adoption event, the first 7 cats and 7 dogs matched with their true loves will fly home for free through February 18. These “single” pets will need to be the only dog or cat in your home, but promise you’ll never be alone! Here is Abby’s profile.
Darrel loves his foster sister…and isn’t shy about showing it!!
Darrel is available for adoption through Project rescue Chicago in Chicago, IL.
He is a 5 year old Akita/Shiba Inu mix, housebroken, crate trained, and great on walks. He’s gentle, loving, polite, and outgoing with dogs of all sizes and humans of all ages. Darrel should go to a home with other dogs since he loves them so much and does best with a buddy! Here is his profile.
Julian not only hung himself from a fence by the foot for Christmas, costing the rescue that is sponsoring him over $2000 for the new plate in his ankle, he then ate part of the clinic that was donating services to said rescue.
Julian is a terrier/pit mix being fostered through the Animal Compassion Network from Asheville, NC. He is a handsome man who loves spending these long winter evenings curled up in his favorite armchair, or playing with his new best friend. While Julian has the energy and spunk to be a hiking or jogging buddy, he also enjoys being a couch potato. He has a very sweet temperament and is waiting for a forever home where is affection will be returned. Here’s his profile.
My foster brother taught me how to drink from the toilet. My foster brother is a cat.
My name is Candy and I am available for adoption through Eleventh Hour Rescue in Bloomfield, NJ. I am about one year old and a shepherd/corgi mix. She has the body of a corgi; markings and ears of a German Shepherd; and fur and voice of a husky. Candy is the epitome of a little sister – she follows her foster brothers around all day, copying their every move! She is is a very happy and playful girl who loves other dogs and wants to love cats too! Here’s her profile.