Saturday, March 27, 2010

Adopt Ginger, gorgeous 10 year old female german shepherd

This 10 year old German Shepherd Dog came in when her elderly owner could no longer care for her. Ginger is calm, friendly and smart and responsive to her handler. Her ideal home would have previous experience with this breed and no children under 12 years old. contact: Bergen County Animal Shelter -
Teterboro, NJ

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Adopt Skippy, adorable 10 year old beagle

Skippy is a 10-years-young male (neutered) Beagle with lots of spunk. This loving dog needs a good home as his owner is moving to assisted living and can no longer care for him.
He has lots of energy and would do best in a home with a fenced yard as he loves to run about! He also loves going on walks and playing in the park. Gets along great with other dogs, cats and is excellent with children.
Skippy is fully up-to-date on all his shots and has a clean bill of health. He will provide someone with love and companionship all day long!

To meet Skippy please call 908-377-2857. All interested parties will be fully screened and references are required so we can make sure Skippy is placed in a loving and safe home.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Adopt Eollie and Davie, 10 year old tuxedo brothers

Ollie and Davie are two very handsome tuxedo brothers who need to find a new forever home together. They’ve been together since birth and are very bonded. They do want to be kings of their home so are best in a home without other animals. They are healthy, although a little large, but super-friendly and sweet once they get to know you, although Ollie is a little shy around strangers. With a little time and patience, they will both warm up quickly and make the best dynamic-duo companions ever. You’ll love having them around… they’re big lap-cats at heart and will love you forever if you will just let them share their best years with you. Tavi & Friends is a NYC-based foster care organization, and we can make arrangements for you to meet the boys if you have a serious interest in adopting them. Ollie and Davie are indoor cats only and, again, will do best in a home without other pets or small children. If you can open your heart and home to these wonderful brothers, please submit an adoption application: or contact us:

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Adopt Pepper, 9 year old feamle beagle mix

Name: PepperAge: approx 9 years youngWeight: approx 36 lbs Pepper needs a loving home because her current owners want to have another baby and need Pepper's room for the baby so they need Pepper to go. :( Pepper doesn't really have the room its just where her crate is where she goes into at night. Most of the time she is kept outside. Pepper is an absolute sweetheart. She deserves better. She is great with cats, kids and has even hung around with a pig. If you can give this senior a great home to live out her golden years please contact Pepper is currently in Long Island, NY, but transportation can be arranged for her to go to a home that will love her for the rest of her years.
Pepper is up-to-date with routine shots, house trained and spayed/neutered.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Spring 2010 (Volume 5: Issue 1)

In This Issue:
Welcome to Our 5th Year!
American Cancer Society Bark for Life
Featured Rescue: PAWS
Boogie's Tales
Farewell to Lucy
Dogs and Cats for Adoption

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Friday, March 5, 2010

Adopt Ruby, senior silky terrier mix

Ruby is a female silky terrier mix around 8 year old. She is a really sweet dog, and gets along great with dogs and she really likes cats too! Ruby was taken to the pound when her elderly owner became to ill to care for her. Ruby would love a new home! If you are interested, please email for an adoption application.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Adopt Rain, 12 year old tabby cat

She is 12 years old. very shy and skittish. but loves to be petted, and loves to sleep next to you. she has been through a lot and was ill treated in her previous home... she is healthy.
Rain is a senior beauty looking for a calm home without any other animals to live out her golden years. She was owned for 12 years, but then her owners decided they had enough and dumped her at the city shelter. Although she is understanably scared and confused (wouldn't you be if you were with one family for most of your life, and then thrown into a cage?), we know that in the right home she will calm down and her sweetness will shine through. She has beautiful markings, and other than missing most of her teeth, she is totally healthy. She has no litterbox issues, has a good appetite, and is a low energy, hassle-free cat. Again, we feel she'd do best in a home without any other animals, so if you have a quiet place for her to live out her remaining years (and we do believe she has a good many to go!) please contact:.