Little Mary is a darling young cat whose life was recently saved at the last minute when she was under threat of euthanization, pulled from a local pound and taken into foster. She is not quite a year old, and packs a lot of personality into 6.8 lbs! In fact, she already thinks she's a dog.
Here are two wonderful pairs of dogs that are in a rural Ontario shelter and as a result, they're not having much luck meeting their new families. Let's start with Mork & Teddy, who are a lovely German-Shepherd-Rottweiler father-and-son team. Then there's also Riff & Raff, a pair of nine-year-old Black-Lab-Rottweiler brothers.
My name is Little Jack! I love to walk with my favourite stuffy in my mouth and really like all the attention our volunteers give me -- I especially love belly rubs and snuggles. I like most dogs but do not like cats! I promise to be a very good boy and would really like a quiet home and where I can get all the love and snuggles I want!
Sheena was found wandering the streets, scared and alone. No one cared about this giant beauty. Mitzi is a sweet, cuddly senior, whose long-time caregiver recently passed away. At 14 years, she has some stiff joints (who doesn't at such an age?) and needs to be the only cat so that she can have all the love and attention she deserves!
If you think having a bonded pair is double the work, think again! Adopting a bonded pair can actually be less work. They play with each other, and keep each other company when you're not home. The family who surrendered Sky and Tyson are devastated to think that the dogs may be separated.
...not. Got your attention though didn't I?
The old saying "No news is good news" was never said by a journalist. No news = no customers. We feel like bored salespeople, constantly re-arranging the goods in the front window. This isn't to say we wish ill or disaster upon the world (not openly anyway). But is it wrong to wish for more than, say, the Tony Clement/Ezra Levant/Norman Bethune controversy?