Adoptable Pets of the Week

This holiday season, when you adopt a kitty from Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, your new cat gets a free ride to your hometown. But hurry, space is limited! Crate and air travel are free for the first 30 cats adopted. Application must be received by December 21st. Adoption fees still apply, except for “experienced” dogs and cats age 8 or older -- adoption fees are waived for senior sweeties through the end of the year!!


Cojack doesn't stand out in crowds. He's not a ham. But he loves attention from his friends and rubs against their hands and all around their ankles. He doesn't really play, but would rather sleep and hang out. He gets along just fine with the other cats. It's just that he prefers to watch their antics rather than be a part of them. He's even comfortable around dogs.

Cojack is good with all people. But because he's kind of a wallflower, he'll need plenty of attention or he could sink into a corner of the room. Born in 2009, Cojack is young and healthy, and dreaming of a place to call home. Won't you make his dream come true?


Balboa's adorable one ear up, one ear down look will make you smile. And when you see him jump, you'll be amazed. This bouncy, happy boy doesn't believe in gravity. An adorable, little Min-Pin, Balboa loves attention and enjoys exploring the world around him. He'd be a great match for an active person who'd enjoy taking him on walks or participating in agility training. Born in 2006, he came to the Sanctuary from a city shelter. In good health, Balboa is a very sweet dog. He finds vets scary, so he needs to wear a muzzle when he visits.

If you love and understand Miniature Pinschers, Balboa would love to meet you! Won't you consider letting him jump into your open arms?

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.