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Bunny

Male Senior Maltese Shih Tzu Mixed (mixed)
Have you ever heard the term parents use to describe their very adorable, but very bratty children? I believe they call them Sassholes,... show more
Have you ever heard the term parents use to describe their very adorable, but very bratty children? I believe they call them Sassholes, and if you were to use a word to describe Bunny that would be it. Speaking of children, they are a hard pass for Bunny, he's not into nonsense, and therefore does not want to share a home with anyone who can't legally drink..and if you are the guardian of Bunny, you're going to want to drink. "What do you mean? you may ask, "His name is Bunny, isn't he sweet and innocent? No...Bunny came to us with his name, and we are now thinking it was a guise by his previous owner, to ensure we would accept him into the rescue. Bunny is a 12 lb ball of fury, who has been with us for two years. Not because people haven't wanted to adopt him, but because we weren't ready to release this menace into society. Now, Bunny does have some redeeming qualities, he's potty trained, crate trained, walks better on a leash then any of my other dogs, and will definitely keep you entertained with his antics. He'll greet you excitedly at the door when you return home, just make sure you pet him for exactly the amount of time he deems appropriate and not a moment longer, if you'd like to keep all of your digits. If you're the kind of person that likes decorative pillows (you can look but don't touch) then Bunny could be a match for you. Bunny's ideal home would be a single woman, or woman only household. He could grow to tolerate a man, like most of us learn to, but would prefer not to. Bunny currently lives with other dogs, where he punks them on the daily. Can he share a home with another dog? sure! Will your other dogs question what karmic laws they broke to deserve their new "brother daily, ABSOLUTELY. Now if you've read this entire bio and are still considering adding Bunny to your home, we can ensure you that the little guy is truly special. Although we wrote this bio to get some laughs and hopefully a lot of exposure for our "Bun Boy we know that in a loving, understanding, and patient home Bunny would thrive. Please reach out to us with any questions show less
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Suri

Female Young Domestic Long Hair (mixed)
What do you get when a dog rescue decides to take in a momma cat with kittens?! Suri and her kittens! This little family came to us in m... show more
What do you get when a dog rescue decides to take in a momma cat with kittens?! Suri and her kittens! This little family came to us in mid-July, and we're estimating the babies were born 7/13/2022. They were found outside in the summer heat, and once it was determined momma was not feral we quickly got them inside. Momma cat is Suri, and she’s just a baby herself, at only between 1-2 years old. She did a great job taking care of her kittens and is now ready for a hope to be pampered in!   She is the epitome of cuddle bug, pet her once and she’ll quickly roll over for belly rubs. She is also a TALKER which we find so funny, she likes to wander around the house and let everyone know shes arrived.  She is an AMAZING girl, and would do great in most homes. She has met some dogs, and does good with calm or laid back dogs, that ignore her. She hasn’t met any other cats in ourr care, just yet but we can help with introductions. She likes being held and carried and is an absolute doll who deserves the BEST home! Their  $150 adoption fee will include her being spayed/neutered, micorchipped, dewormed, and up to date on vaccines. All of our cats our for INDOOR ONLY homes. The outdoors is a dangerous place for cats, and we want our babies safe and happy! If you have any questions or would like information about the dangers of letting your cat outdoors, please let us know and we will be happy to talk to you. ALSO if you are looking for a community/working cat for rodent or pest control please check out our city shelter, https://animalfoundation.com/workingcats show less