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Our precious boy unfortunately I need to find him somewhere to stay temporarily or permanently depending on family. Right now we have a lot on our plate and are struggling to keep him with us so if we can get him situated it would make us feel better we just need someone who would be willing to care for him temporarily he has had his rabies shot and up to date on all shots he’s not neutered. He’s never been aggressive he sleeps with our children mostly unless we leave we would put him in his crate. He’s a bit shy at first but he warms up. He’s a low maintenance dog as long as he goes to the bathroom once in morning and once at night before bed. Due to him being smaller he doesn’t have a huge bladder but we have realized that he just needs to be taken out twice daily instead of once. Hope someone can help as soon as possible!


A friend of mine could not keep this well-loved cat because of her circumstances, and now I’m looking for a permanent home for her.

Meet Minna, a purebred American bobtail. She is fixed and has no health problems.

Minna is a very athletic 3-year-old cat who loves to play. She may be suspicious of new people at first, but now she follows her people around from room to room to always be nearby. She LOVES pets and head rubs and has a cute duck-like meow she uses when she wants your attention (that and bonking her head on surfaces). Minna also has amazing claw controls even when she was unsure about me she never once scratched despite me manhandling her to get her unmated.

She is pretty food and motivated so could really be trained because she is a very smart. I’ve fostered cats before, but I’ve never met a cat who can entertain herself with her toys as well as Minna can.

She will adapt to other cats, but it takes a while to open up with them. She will do fine as an only cat!

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