Firefly



  • Breed: Domestic Long Hair
  • Gender: Female
  • Loves treats
  • Very affectionate
  • Striking beauty

Firefly is slightly shy at first, but quickly warms up and welcomes attention and petting. She even enjoys being picked up and held, and if you give her one of her favorite treats, she'll be your best friend for life! In fact, she'll follow you around and pick your pocket if she smells one of her favorite meals.

Born in 1999, Firefly is a senior cat who has a lot of love to give. In good health, one of her eyes is dark, possibly limiting her vision. But she has no problem getting around. And she'd be fine with other cats and respectful children.

If you give her the chance, Firefly will fly right into your heart! This adorable cat would be so grateful to spend her golden years with you.

Rocket



  • Breed: Chihuahua
  • Gender: Male
  • Loves to snuggle
  • Active and happy

This adorable dog is a total lap pooch. He quickly bonds with people who show him some kindness. Rocket follows his caregivers around like, well, a puppy dog!

Born in 2002, he's in good health. This gentle, yet active dog is more interested in getting to know you than other dogs. But he gets along just fine with all other dogs, though not cats. He's quite the little fence climber, so will need to be taken out on a leash.

If you could give this little sweetheart a good home, he'll be your devoted companion for the rest of his life.

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