Looking to welcome a new furry friend into your home? Adopt, don’t shop! Shelters around the state have dogs and cats ready to find their forever homes. Here are three pets ready to meet you, or reach out to the shelters to learn about even more adoptees.
If you have been thinking of adopting or if you know of an animal in need, please contact Karen directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re seeking a loving, happy boy, your search is over! Jack is a Heeler mix just under a year old, with a colorful coat and smile that never quits. He’s playful, loves to snuggle, and gets along with other friendly dogs, so if you are looking to add to your pack, Jack might be the one for you. Call or visit the shelter during open hours Wednesday through Friday, 12-2pm, or Saturday, 10am-2pm.
44 Worthington Road, Cranston
First she’ll enchant you with her eyes, and then you’re likely to fall in love with Bella’s inner beauty, too. This one-year-old brindle-coated mixed breed is medium sized and would do best in a home with adults and or older children. Bella is smart, playful, loving, and an all-around good girl who’s ready for a family of her very own.
101 Arthur W Devine Boulevard
Just over a year old, Helen is a gorgeous gray and white cat with green eyes. She still has her kitten-like energy when it comes to toys and zooming around, but she can be shy at first until she gets to know you. Helen’s best home would include another friendly, confident cat to show her the ropes, and an adult-only household with no small children.
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