Cat of the Week
Babs is the only one left from this group!
Oliver & Babs, Grover & Betty: These four older kittens have had some bad luck preventing them from being adopted. Early on they were thought to have some gum disease which no adopter wanted to tackle. However, now that diagnosis has been reversed.
All four look just alike and they tend to hang out in these pairs. We would love for them to be adopted in pairs but will separate them because they really just need loving homes. Two is better than one anyway though right?
While in the kitten cage at Friendly Paws, they are usually asking for attention and want to be pet. They purr a lot and rub against you for more. They have always been the sweetest little things. They are kittens, so obviously they love to play!
Due to having been medicated a lot they can be a little leery of people in the home until they realize you are not going to shove a pill down their throats or put drops in their eyes. Our guess is that a quieter home (no small children, older calm kids ok) might be best given that they just haven’t been around a lot of craziness. We are looking for someone/s or families who are willing to be a little patient for them to come out of their shell once they are in a home.
A community couple has spent a fortune on these cats so they wouldn’t be euthanized and they have way too many of their own. Help us find these four wonderful indoor homes!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application. Adoption fee is $25/each and will go to the couple fostering.
Dog of the Week
Roscoe was a shelter dog about a year ago and now he has found himself back where he started. At 72 pounds, he may be solid but he’s as docile as a kitten. He walks so well on a leash, you’d never know he was a welterweight.
Roscoe was a guy of good cheer a year agoand there’s still no strangers in this dog’s life.He gives everyone the same fuzzies as he would to a personal friend. This handsome fellowis a leaner and will press into your legs when he’s being petted. He will stand very nicely in hopes of making the moment last as long as possible.
Roscoe is handsome, housebroken and home-ready. What more could anyone ask for?
Contact the Athens County Dog Shelter for more information or to meet this dog.
13333 OH-13, Chauncey, OH 45719