Pets of the week for Dec. 15

Humane Society for Greater Nashua

EDISON

Well, hello! I’m Edison, a sweet kitty with lots of love to give. I’m not loud or pushy, so sometimes I blend in a bit here in all of the activity. I came here when I kept letting myself into a nice woman’s home and helping myself to her food, but she brought me here so I can have a home to call my own. You can find me at HSFN in the coed dorm. Sometimes the loose kitties steal my food and I don’t mind, so I could probably live with some feline friends of my own. Once you meet me, you’ll see what a gentle, mellow boy I am. I just want a comfy bed to snooze in and a family to love!

ARIA

Hi, there! My name is Aria, and I’m a sweet girl! I’m just a baby bunny at only 2 months old, so I’ve been in foster care with a staff member for a little while now learning how to be a wonderful pet bunny for one lucky family! I’m still a little nervous about being picked up, but once you have me in your arms, I’m quite the snuggler! I have lived with kitties in my foster home that were really nice to me. If you have kitties in your home, we will get along just fine as long as they are gentle with me. I have only been briefly introduced to another bunny before, but I did great. With a proper introduction, I might be able to live with another nice bunny if you happen to have one! Let me into your heart, you won’t regret it!

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

DINO

Dino is an exquisite 2-year-old American pit bull terrier. With his blue color, flashy white markings and athletic build, he’s a knockout! His temperament is just as impressive. He is intelligent, affectionate and playful. Submissive by nature and as energetic as his company, Dino would thrive with another compatible dog for company. He enjoys spending time at the dog park with his pals. Dino isn’t afraid of cats. Homes with dog-savvy cats may apply. Dino wants to be included in everything. He gets anxious when left alone too long. He’d flourish in a home where his mind and body are equally exercised. We prefer a family that works from home, has staggered hours or will allow Dino to attend doggie day care during the workday. He will need obedience training, plenty of exercise and structure. Potential adopters with bully breed experience will receive priority.

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. Dec. 21.

SANTA’S SLEIGH TO STOP AT PET ADOPTION DAY

Santa is scheduled to make an important stop. The Animal Rescue Network of New England will welcome Santa at its next monthly Pet Adoption Day from 11 am.-2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21, at the First Congregational Church on Main Street in Pelham.

Creations By Sea-Jay Photography will capture your pet or family in a lovely “Home for the Holidays” commemorative photograph. Photos cost $10 and will be printed on-site for immediate delivery. Digital versions will be available for an extra $5. ARNNE will receive 25 percent of the proceeds to care for the many animals waiting for good homes. Information: 233-4801 or arnne.org.

Pets of the week for Dec. 15

Humane Society for Greater Nashua

EDISON

Well, hello! I’m Edison, a sweet kitty with lots of love to give. I’m not loud or pushy, so sometimes I blend in a bit here in all of the activity. I came here when I kept letting myself into a nice woman’s home and helping myself to her food, but she brought me here so I can have a home to call my own. You can find me at HSFN in the coed dorm. Sometimes the loose kitties steal my food and I don’t mind, so I could probably live with some feline friends of my own. Once you meet me, you’ll see what a gentle, mellow boy I am. I just want a comfy bed to snooze in and a family to love!

ARIA

Hi, there! My name is Aria, and I’m a sweet girl! I’m just a baby bunny at only 2 months old, so I’ve been in foster care with a staff member for a little while now learning how to be a wonderful pet bunny for one lucky family! I’m still a little nervous about being picked up, but once you have me in your arms, I’m quite the snuggler! I have lived with kitties in my foster home that were really nice to me. If you have kitties in your home, we will get along just fine as long as they are gentle with me. I have only been briefly introduced to another bunny before, but I did great. With a proper introduction, I might be able to live with another nice bunny if you happen to have one! Let me into your heart, you won’t regret it!

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

DINO

Dino is an exquisite 2-year-old American pit bull terrier. With his blue color, flashy white markings and athletic build, he’s a knockout! His temperament is just as impressive. He is intelligent, affectionate and playful. Submissive by nature and as energetic as his company, Dino would thrive with another compatible dog for company. He enjoys spending time at the dog park with his pals. Dino isn’t afraid of cats. Homes with dog-savvy cats may apply. Dino wants to be included in everything. He gets anxious when left alone too long. He’d flourish in a home where his mind and body are equally exercised. We prefer a family that works from home, has staggered hours or will allow Dino to attend doggie day care during the workday. He will need obedience training, plenty of exercise and structure. Potential adopters with bully breed experience will receive priority.

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. Dec. 21.

SANTA’S SLEIGH TO STOP AT PET ADOPTION DAY

Santa is scheduled to make an important stop. The Animal Rescue Network of New England will welcome Santa at its next monthly Pet Adoption Day from 11 am.-2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21, at the First Congregational Church on Main Street in Pelham.

Creations By Sea-Jay Photography will capture your pet or family in a lovely “Home for the Holidays” commemorative photograph. Photos cost $10 and will be printed on-site for immediate delivery. Digital versions will be available for an extra $5. ARNNE will receive 25 percent of the proceeds to care for the many animals waiting for good homes. Information: 233-4801 or arnne.org.

Pets of the week for Dec. 15