Adopting a Senior Pet can be quite rewarding. We often have pets that are over 7 years, which is considered Senior for dogs and 8 years is considered Senior for cats. We have found that these pets still have a lot of life in them and they are so appreciative to have a new home. You will be so happy if you adopt a Senior, you don't have to put up with that puppy or kitten rambunctiousness! Senior pets are secure with themselves and are happy just to be with you and be a part of your family.
So, please check out our seniors and see if you might give one of them a chance at a good life with your family. Their time is precious and they will love you for sharing that time with them.
SPECIAL NEEDS PETS
From time to time we take in an animal that has "Special Needs" and we will post that animal here. Always that pet becomes very "special" to us here at the shelter and we can assure you that pet will also become very "special" to you, if you decide to adopt. We hope that when we post that pet on this page, you will consider giving that pet a chance.
Richard is a 3 year old male. He was found as a stray. Unfortunately Richard has Feline Aids. This can only be passed to other cats but it means that Richard should only be a home with other cats that have Feline Aids or a home with not other cats. He should live a good long healthy life as an indoor cat. This handsome guy is friendly and ready for a forever home.
Snowball is a 3 year old male. His owners moved leaving him behind. The neighbors rescued him and brought him to the shelter. He is a well behaved cat and likes being petted. Snowball has FIV, which can be transmitted to other cats so he needs to be an only indoor cat or in a household that has other cats with FIV so he won't spread the disease. Come meet this guy, he deserves a forever home.