Pets of the week for Nov. 3

Humane Society for Greater Nashua

MUFFIN

Hi, everyone! I came into HSFN when my family got another pet at home, which I did not appreciate. I’m looking for a home where I can be the only pet, and you’ll see that I’m such a spunky and entertaining companion that I’m worth it! Once we’re family, I’ll show you what a devoted kitty I am. I need a quiet home with adults only – I prefer to live life without too much action around me. I’ve really started to come out of my shell at the shelter, and you can find me in the office purring and rubbing up against visitors. The staff thinks it’s because I’ve decided that I’m really ready for my new home, and it’s true!

LOLA

Are you looking for a snuggle bug to keep you warm now that the weather is getting colder? Well, here I am! I’m a 5-year-old mellow shepherd mix who’s looking for someone to love. I love all people that I meet, but since I’m such a big girl, I would do best in a home with older children and adults only. I know how special I am, and because of that, I need to be the only pet in your home so that I don’t have to share my people with anyone else! I’m stressed out in the shelter, but once you take a moment to meet me, you’ll see what a sweet, affectionate girl I really am. Cuddling is one of my favorite things, but I like to go on walks and adventures, too!

For more information, visit www.hsfn.org, call 889-2275 or email hsfn@hsfn.org.

Animal Rescue Network of New England

ROCKY

Rocky’s a lover, not a fighter! Rocky is a 2-year-old rat terrier/Jack Russell mix. He is 30 pounds of wiggly, giggly love. To prove it, he flaunts a black heart emblazoned on his tricolor coat. Rocky’s antenna-like ears are comical, but he says they’re perfect for hearing the cookie jar open. He loves doggie day care, people, tossing his toys in the air, car rides and kids. The ideal home for Rocky would be an active family and other dogs to clown around with. His forever home should be one in which he isn’t left alone all day.

For more information, visit www.arnne.org, email info@arnne.org or call 233-4801.