Adoptable Pets of the Week
Monty was found homeless, but is now getting healthier and healthier! He is also developing his trust in people. He loves to be petted during feeding time -- he even rolls over on his back tohave his belly rubbed.
All he needs is a little extra time and patience, but he's terrific with other cats. And he'd probably be okay withchildren, too. We know that it won't be long before Monty learns that getting stroked and rubbed is good, even when there's no food involved!
Crockett is so handsome with his larger-than-life ears and amber eyes. This mostly black and white Border Collie mix is a healthy, happy boy who loves to be touched, talked to and kissed.
Born in 2006, Crockett is friendly from the moment he meets you. He's great with people, but very particular about his doggie pals, and isn't good with cats. The poor thing was adopted and returned for being bad with some other dogs and cats in the home. He was so disappointed!
In addition to his good looks, Crockett is a smart boy. He's good on walks, likes treats, knows how to "sit" and is eager to learn. He is a medium-sized dog, weighing only 37 lbs.
Won't you consider letting Monty or Crockett into your heart and home?
Monty the cat and Crockett the dog are Champions of Love* participating in Best Friends Animal Society's national Back in Black adoption campaign which cuts adoption fees in half forall black dogs, cats, puppies and kittens adopted from Best Friends' sanctuary through Sept. 17th (transportation fees may apply).
Best Friends adopts to all of the United States and Canada. If you would like to adopt Monty or Crockett, please contact Best Friends Animal Society right here.