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Pets of the week for Feb. 2

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Humane Society for Greater Nashua

PIXIE

Hey, guys! It’s me, Pixie! I might look like a wild bunny, but I can’t wait to meet my new family and move into my forever home. I’m a petite gal who has lots of spunk. If you come meet me, you’re sure to fall in love with my sweet face and cute antics. I would do best in a bunny-savvy home where my family can let me be the independent, funny bunny I am! Did you know that bunnies make wonderful indoor pets, and can even be litter-box trained? Come meet me today and learn all about the fun that I could bring to your life.

WILLOW

I’m Willow, a 10-year-old declawed kitty ready to move into a calm home away from all of the hustle and bustle here at the shelter. I tend to be a bit shy because of all of the action going on around me, but know that I’ll really be a great family member in a quiet home. You’ll recognize me here at HSFN by my bright green eyes and sweet smile. I don’t mind attention from my favorite people, and would be fine living with older kids and adults. I’ve got lots of life left in me, and would love to even chase a laser pointer once I’m feeling comfortable! Please come see me and give me a chance to win you over with my gentle personality.

The Humane Society for Greater Nashua is at 24 Ferry Road, Nashua. Hours are noon-5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For more information, visit www.hsfn.org, call 889-2275 or email hsfn@hsfn.org.

Animal Rescue Network of New England

SMOKEY

Smokey is a handsome 1-year-old German shepherd/Rottweiler cross. He’s black and tan, and weighs 90 pounds. Smokey adores people and seems to enjoy other dogs. He is generally calm, but can be high energy. He loves to play, and prances around like he’s in a marching band whenever someone plays with him. He moves like a German shepherd, with long strides, so he might make a good jogging partner. Smokey is working hard on basic manners. We feel he had to protect his food to survive, so he does have food guarding behavior. However, he’s under a professional, easy-to-follow training program to address this. He’s strong on leash. He has been in the shelter for too long and really needs a loving home to nurture him. If you’re looking for a smart, active, fun dog who will be a loyal friend, Smokey’s waiting.

Hours are by appointment only. For more information, visit www.arnne.org, email info@arnne.org or call 233-4801. Meet our adoptable pets at our monthly Pet Adoption Day at the Pelham Congregational Church, 3 Main St. The next one is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 22.

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