Tweety

Tweety-the-dog-blog

Born in 2012, Tweety is a sweet and sensitive, yet outgoing girl who will make a great pet. In fact, she had a home once, but she lost it when her people were moved out of state and couldn't bring her.

In spite of this setback, Tweety is relaxed and friendly. She gets along wonderfully with other dogs, and has lived with cats. She adores affection and snuggling.

Tweety is still very young, and she would make a wonderful companion!

Adopt Tweety: http://bestfriends.org/Adopt-A-Pet/Sanctuary-Animals/Search/Dog/25792530/


Roxanne

Roxanne-the-cat-blog

She's healthy and playful, and Roxanne is a bit of a flirt! Sometimes she goes out of her way to walk up to you, then just when she's got your attention, she turns away, and acts like she doesn't care whether you pet her or not.

She's a friendly cat, and she's great with other cats, so a multi-feline household should be no problem.

Born in 2005, Roxanne came from a shelter in Pahrump, Nevada that closed because it had fallen into neglect, but she's recovering nicely from the sadness of living there, and you really wouldn't think she was traumatized at all. She's just cute and flirty and fun.

Adopt Roxanne: http://bestfriends.org/Adopt-a-Pet/Sanctuary-Animals/Search/Cat/24619570/

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