Pets of the Week
Friday, January 11, 2013
Holly and Noel
Hi everyone. We are Noel and Holly, two mini dachshunds, who are 8 and 9 years old, cousins, and about as cute as they come. We came here because our owner could no longer afford to care for us. We’ve lived together our entire lives, and are really looking forward to meeting our next family soon. We do need to be adopted together, but we’re pretty cute as a pair aren’t we? Since we’re mature pups, we need a home with teens and older adults and would like it to be fairly quiet. We lived with other dogs previously and would happily do so again. We love exploring and going on adventures – as a duo of course. If you’re willing to give us some time to warm up, then you will see what sweet girls we are and find out how rewarding it can be to adopt an older dog. Don’t forget, all new adopters receive a free first vet visit to your choice of 16 area vets.
Gremlin and Wink
Gremlin and Wink here.
We are brother and sister who are completely bonded to one another and need to find a family with room for both us. Gremlin is the female torti kitty who is shy and once she comes out of her shell will show you what an independent, sweet girl she is. Wink is the male orange tabby who will seek out your attention, and be forever grateful to anyone who will play his favorite game of chase the laser light with him! We both would be ok living with dogs and other cats, but need a home without young children and would prefer it to be fairly quiet too. As long as you are willing to take the time to let us warm up, you’ll see our different personalities and how cute we are together. Come meet us at The Humane Society for Greater Nashua. Like all the pets at HSFN we are spayed, micro-chipped and up to date on all vaccines.
To adopt these pets
The Humane Society for Greater Nashua is at 24 Ferry Road, Nashua. For more information, visit www.hsfn.org, 889-2275 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsor a pet! For $30 a month, you can ensure that one animal in the shelter receives proper nutrition and a safe place to live. For $40 a month, you can ensure that one animal receives proper nutrition and a safe place to live including a warm bed, toys, medical care and a microchip.
Looking for a way to help out?
These are the top five most wanted items at the shelter this week: paper towels, size large latex or non-latex gloves, IAMS canned kitten food, IAMS adult dog food and IAMS adult cat food. Donations can be dropped off 24/7 in our donation shed.