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Smiley

Rayna is s super friendly and playful 9 year old Lab mix. She weighs 45 lbs. You’d never guess she was a senior— Rayna is quite active and loves to play and go for walks. She loves playing fetch outside, and we think she’d prefer a home with a fenced backyard to play in. Rayna does settle down nicely and she’s calm in her kennel. She barks a lot when she is excited— like when it’s time to go outside— so she wouldn’t be a good match for someone living in an apartment or multiple unit housing.

Rayna was given up by her owners who were too elderly to care for her. She acts fine with other dogs when walking on a leash but we’ve been told that she can be kind of choosy about her doggie friends so she’ll need a proper dog introduction. If you have a dog, we’d ask you to make an appointment to bring your dog in to meet Rayna. Rayna does need a home without cats.

Her prior veterinarian said that Rayna has had 4-5 seizures a year in recent years, but that she requires no medication at this time. We’ve had her for several weeks and there’s been no indication she’s had a seizure. In the past she's also had chronic ear infections but they've cleared up here on medication so her new person should just keep an eye on that. Rayna has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and tested for heartworms. She’s a happy girl and lots of fun!

Georgie

Rambo is a handsome B&W Tuxedo kitty with huge white whiskers. He loves people and he’s very friendly and cuddly. He likes hanging out in the window and playing with feather toys. Rambo isn't real crazy about other cats, and would probably prefer to be the only cat in his new home.

Rambo is 7 years old and he’s been neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and tested for FIV and feline leukemia.

Dylan

Katie is a pretty little black kitty with a beautiful shiny coat. She is 2 years old. Katie is very shy. She likes other cats and would enjoy having a sweet feline companion in her new home.

Katie’s had a rough time. Sadly, her person had been hospitalized for months before going into longterm care, so Katie had been cared for by various family members but didn't have a stable home for awhile. She's made progress in the months she's been here, but she's still quite shy. She's been staying in one of our quiet cat rooms with a few other timid kitties and she does well there. She’ll need a home with someone with cat experience who will be patient with her while she settles in and becomes comfortable. She wouldn’t be a good match for a home with kids. She lived with another cat in her previous home and having another mellow cat for companionship could be very comforting to her.

Katie has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and tested for FIV and feline leukemia.



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