Jackie

  • Breed: Domestic Short Hair
  • Gender: Female
  • Born in 2003
  • Curious and snuggly
  • Learning to leash-walk

Jackie is one high-class cat. She also has an adventurous streak. If it were possible for a cat to be part bloodhound, she would certainly be a prime suspect. Not because of droopy ears or a long face, but because she was born to discover stuff! She'll take breaks from exploring long enough for some affection, but when cuddle time is over she darts off to chart new territory.

She is FIV+ and has chronic URI. She receives nebulizer treatments, but neither of those things should scare you away. For more on FIV, visit: http://bit.ly/Pj9VK4.

She's such a great cat, and just wants a family who will take her and love her as she is.



Zeppo

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in 2005
  • Playful and happy
  • Loves other dogs

Life's a big game for Zeppo, a really fun game! But a little more flustering for you when you're trying to pet or put a leash on him! His caregivers have helped him learn to be focused, and he's doing a great job. Just watch his video!

Zeppo will make a great addition to your family, especially if you have other dogs. He loves to romp and play with other pups. We aren't sure if he's ever been around children, but he's such a playful silly-dilly, it's hard to imagine he wouldn't love to play with children, too. And we're not sure how he'd handle cats, but we can test him if you'd like.

Zeppo is healthy as a horse. And he's waiting for you to come get him!

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