Maxamillionaire



  • Breed: Domestic Short Hair
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in 2009
  • Enjoys playing and filling empty laps
  • Loves people and kitty playmates

Adopting this very sweet cat really would be like winning the lottery. Maxamillionaire greets everyone like a long lost friend, and welcomes all the attention and petting he can get. This personable boy does great with other cats, dogs and kids of all ages. And if you have an empty lap that needs warming, he's happy to help out. He's also a playful cat who can turn anything into a toy.

Maxamillionaire came to Best Friends from a rescue group in Canada. Originally found as a stray, he tests positive for the feline immunodeficiency virus. Many people don't realize that cats who are FIV positive can live long, healthy lives and that it's very hard for other cats to catch. To learn more, go here.

This exceptionally nice cat would be so grateful for a home and family, and hopes you'll give him a chance.



Keystone



  • Breed: Breed: Labrador Retriever, Pointer
  • Gender: Female
  • Born in 2004
  • Energetic and smart
  • Great with other dogs

Keystone is truly the sweetest, kindest, friendliest, most energetic dog! Everybody loves her. She looks right into your eyes, eager to be your friend. There's something very wise about this spunky, smart girl.

Keystone has been looking for an active, fun family for quite some time. She enjoys playing and palling around with other dogs her size or larger. She does need a very secure fence to contain her love for the outdoors and chasing lizards.

She's in excellent health, and is even a blood donor. This lifesaver has helped many canines.

Take one look at her video and you will see she is fun, well mannered, and up for just about anything. The right family is out there for Keystone, she knows it. Could it be yours?

Best Friends adopts to all of the United States and Canada. Please contact Best Friends Animal Society right here. See all the animals that need homes... at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.

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