Pets of the week for Jan. 19
Well, hi, there! I’m Wilhelmina, and I’m a sweet girl looking for a new family to call my own.
Everyone here always talks about how special I am, and I must be, since I’ve managed to have the Girls Suite all to myself! You can often find me there hanging out on my favorite cat tree watching people go by. I’m a young cat with lots of spunk, and just need a family who will give me some time to get settled. I like my favorite people, but I’m not the biggest fan of other kitties, so I need to be the only cat. Don’t worry, I promise to keep you entertained!
If you are ready to meet a sweet kitty who will steal your heart, then come into the shelter today!
It’s me, Clementine! I’m a gorgeous kitty looking for a quiet home where I can be queen!
I would like to live in an adult-only household where I can be the only pet, but once you see what a sweetheart I am, you won’t need any other pets to keep you smiling!
You’ll recognize me here by my velvety black fur and big, bright green eyes. I am a bit shy at first, but give me a chance and I’ll make a wonderful new family member.
I’m a young kitty who will show you what a difference a little love and patience can make. I hope that you’ll take a chance and come meet me today!
Animal Rescue Network of New England
Marley urgently needs foster/adoption! He’s a sweet, loving, 7-year-old Malinois/Lab mix, weighing 75 pounds. Don’t let his age fool you; he’s young at heart, as evidenced by his happy “Snoopy” dance and zest for play. His thick, short coat is fawn, splashed with white. His black muzzle is dusted with “distinguishing” gray. Marley’s soul-searching brown eyes penetrate you. He dreams of a loving family who will include him in activities and provide him with a soft bed, toys and mental stimulation. In return, they will be getting a loyal friend whose only goal will be to stand steadfast with them in good times and in bad. Marley gets along with other dogs and cats, but prefers calm dogs that respect his personal space. Please help Marley live out his golden years in a home rather than a lonely, stressful shelter.
Hours are by appointment only. For more information, visit www.arnne.org, email email@example.com 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. Jan. 25.