Adoptable Pets of the Week

BOBBY

  • Breed: Chihuahua mix
  • Gender: Male
  • Young and full of fun
  • Social and friendly with both dogs and people

Bobby is a young Chihuahua mix, born in June of 2011. He arrived at Best Friends a little over a year later from a shelter in Taos, New Mexico. Bobby gets along very well with most other dogs his size (he lives with four other small dogs in his run), and he can often be found cuddled up on a bed with one or more of his pals.

He enjoys being with people and going for car rides, and he's a real heart stealer when he's spending one-on-one time with someone. Bobby is approved for sleepovers and outings, and he makes a great snuggle buddy. Inside his little body is a lot of love and a ton of fun.

Won't you give Bobby the forever home he deserves?

 

BLOSSOM

  • Breed: Tortie
  • Gender: Female
  • Young and healthy
  • Loves other cats

Blossom is 100 percent sweetie pie all the time! She is a chatterbox who loves to jibber-jabber in a very endearing way.

This gorgeous kitty came to Best Friends from a Missouri shelter forced to close. She can be a little shy at first, but enjoys petting after she gets to know you. While she values interacting with people and other cats, you won't find her in the thick of things. She prefers to be off on the side, watching the activities around her.

Blossom will make a truly loving, wonderful feline friend. If you already have cats, you'll probably see her bloom faster! She's healthy and young, born in 2009, and has been waiting for a long time for someone to share her heart with… won't you give her a chance?

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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Alysson
387 days ago

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