This week we bring you a lovely lad from our Fallen Timber shelter in Elizabeth, PA. Junior is a 1 year old Brittany mix. He seems a little shy at first, but warms up and proves to you how sweet he really is! Our staff think that he would do great in training classes, which would not only allow him to expand his skills but also reinforce the dog-owner bond. If you already have a pup at home, make an appointment for a meet and greet. Help us find Junior the home he deserves!
This regal lady is Gracie. Gracie is a 4 year old brown tabby- and she LOVES to cuddle! Gracie currently resides with several other cats in our Colony Room which has been turned into our bariatric center! Gracie (along with a few others) is benefiting from having more room to exercise and roam. As soon as you enter the room, she is there to great you with a leg rub wanting attention.
You have all seen how photogenic she is, so now we are making it Facebook Official by announcing Bella as our Dog of the Week. Bella is a 1 year old lab/pit mix. She is considered the shelter’s social butterfly, and is taken offsite by our events staff because of her love of EVERYONE! Bella is an active dog, and would do best in a home that will give her plenty of exercise and activity. Bella’s adoption fee includes obedience training class to strengthen the dog-human bond, and to let her refresh on her manners. If you are looking for a young, active, sweetheart then come visit Bella today!
Meet the two cutest sisters in town, Pumpkin and Pudding. They are 1 year old Lionhead bunnies. They both have very sweet dispositions, and are entertaining to watch play together. Pumpkin and Pudding are a bonded pair, which means that they must be adopted together. You can see them both playing at our Bunny Romp every Saturday from 2-4:30PM.
This patriotic girl is Millie, who is a 3 year old brown and white Pit mix. Millie found herself at the Western PA Humane Society after her owners moved and could not bring her along. Millie is very sweet, she just takes a little time to come out of her shell. She would do best in a home with older, respectful children. She may even like having a dog sibling, so you can schedule a meet and greet with her and your current dog. To help build the bond between Millie and her new owners, Millie comes with Obedience Training classes. She will have some confidence before you know it!
Hey there I’m Emerald, named after my beautiful emerald green eyes! I am a 3 year old brown and black tabby. I am altered and ready to go home with you today; and boy am I excited about finding my new forever home. It sure seems like it’s been a bumpy ride for me. I’ve been awaiting my forever family now for….well what seems like forever. I was brought into the shelter on April 1. Then I caught a cold and left to go to foster to get better. It was really nice to be back in a home. I was a good girl for my foster mom. I like my independence and am generally pretty quiet. I’ll come to you when I’m looking for lovin’. When I think about what I would really like in my ideal home, it consists of me sleeping on a comfy bed. I will do best in a quiet home where I can be lazy in the sun! I would prefer to be the only cat in your house so I can suck up all of your love and attention for myself when I want it. I would also prefer to live with teens and adults only. Little children frighten me with fast movements and sudden noises; so I don’t think that would be the best environment for me. Overall, I’m a nice girl…..I’m just really looking forward to going to my forever home. The volunteers and people have been nice to me; but let’s face it-there is really nothing better than a place to hang your hat and call your own. Please come down to visit me. I will forever be appreciative.
Meet Skyler, a 4 month old white and brown English Spot mix. Skyler has been at the shelter for just over a month now. She loves her exercise time outside of her cage. Skyler is extremely soft, and loves a nice gentle petting. You can see Skyler playing amongst our other resident buns on Saturdays from 2-4:30PM at our “Bunny Romps.”