Ed. Note: Thanks to Michelle for putting together this list of adoptable pets. It will be featured the last Friday every month. If you are interested in submitting an adoptable pet you can email Michelle at Help.the.Pups.DC(at)gmail(dot)com
Fondue – Tails High, Inc.
Fondue is 5-year old female, all-white beauty with amber eyes from Tails High, Inc. Initially found as a stray, she’s a sweet interactive feline that has fully adapted to indoor life, likes to play with a ball or string, and purrs up a storm. She is good with kittens but needs slow introductions to other adult cats. If you would like to adopt Fondue, or any of our adoptable cats and kittens, please complete our adoption application on our website. You can also visit us at one of our upcoming events!
Walter is a 4-year old poodle mix from Homeward Trails Animal Rescue. Despite having suffered a broken pelvis as a result of getting kicked prior to his rescue, this little pup gives everyone kisses and looks to them with thankful eyes for helping him and saving him in just the nick of time. With proper medical care, he should be able to live a happy life. If you’re interested in adopting this little cuddledud, please complete our dog adoption form and email it to [email protected]. You can also meet some of our adoptable animals at one of our events!
A cat in a dog’s world – beautiful Layla is one of Rural Dog Rescue’s very first rescue cats. While Layla’s kittens have found their forever homes, this sweet, petite girl is still hoping to find hers! You can apply to adopt Layla, or any of our animals, by sending the adoption application to [email protected]. If you would like to foster one of our animals, feel free to send the foster application to that email address as well. You can meet Layla and many of our adoptable animals at our weekly adoption event this Saturday, June 1, at Howl to the Chief, 733 8th Street SE from noon until 3pm.
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This smiling pup is Kirk, a 2-year old boxer-pit mix from City Dogs Rescue. Kirk has had a rough start at life, but he still has hope for us humans – he is friendly with people and very loyal. He is always happy to see his foster and is eager to please. He is even house trained and has completed a training program. He would love to find his new best buddy with an owner that can be a strong leader, continue socializing him, and reinforce his training. You can apply to adopt Kirk or any of our available dogs on our adoption page, apply to foster one of our pups here, or meet some of our pups at one of our upcoming events!
Captain is a 3-year old domestic male cat from Home Alone Feline Rescue. This sweet boy is a little “prince in the making.” While he had to fend for himself on the street, he is so grateful to soak up the attention in his foster – he loves to crawl in your lap, gives kisses, and even follows his foster mom around like a puppy! He is very playful and likes to arm wrestle, so he may be best without very young children, but he greets strangers like long-time friends and likes his feline friends too. If you’re interested in adopting or meeting Captain (or any of our cats!), please email us at: [email protected].
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