Magnus the explorer here, living the good life in my new home. I have it made in the shade here. I have a big sister named Grace, she is a white pocket boxer and I love her, a little sister named Minerva, she is a Siamese and when she first came to live with me I was kind of mean to her but we are … Continue reading SUCCESS STORY: JOEY (NOW MAGNUS)
This sweet girl, one of the most timid dogs at the shelter, was adopted by one of our volunteers. Here’s an update from her very patient mom, who tells us Nina’s world is expanding. “Some of us take longer than others to get comfortable with life. We began fostering Nina in late November of 2016. We adopted her in October 2017. I am happy to … Continue reading SUCCESS STORY: NINA
Mason was adopted a couple of years ago and we got this lovely update last month. His mom wrote, “We adopted Mason from you about a month before finding out we were pregnant with her. Safe to say they are best friends! She calls him “her fella.” He’s such a good boy. Still gets VERY excited about toys and balls but once he settles down … Continue reading SUCCESS STORY: MASON
Mimzee’s mom Kathleen tells us, “l adopted Mimzee who used to be Angie, in 2017. She was the most terrified, saddest cat l have ever met. The guy in charge of the cat room said she really needed to have a home. I wasn’t too sure. I had a big fat unhappy furry cat at home whose feline pal had recently died of old age. … Continue reading SUCCESS STORY: MIMZEE (WHO USED TO BE ANGIE)
Moose Mahoney’s mom Bridget sent us this super update on him. “I adopted Moose Mahoney at the end of September. I was looking for a companion for my 8 year old dog Edgar who was close in age. I first saw Moose’s photo on Facebook and was determined to get him. He is a joy maker, likes to cuddle, loves walks, and always wants to be by … Continue reading Success Story: Moose Mahoney
Penny was adopted early this fall and has definitely hit the jackpot with her new family. Summer, her mom, tells us, “We adopted Penny from the shelter in September when she was about 7 months old. My 8 year old daughter had been saving her money to buy a Bloodhound and she was so thrilled to find one at the shelter that she could actually … Continue reading SUCCESS STORY: PENNY
Gretchen was adopted in October. Her dad tells us, “She has settled in beautifully and is a loving companion. She spends a lot of time watching the world and my deck, alternating with brief manic bursts running and beeping. Whether it’s on the bed or couch, or on a kitchen chair or the floor, she likes to stay close. Bringing her home was the best … Continue reading Caster (now Gretchen)
Ed tells us: “Okay Folks, this guy Clyde is anything but a conventional kitty. So you won’t be surprised that I spied Clyde driving a 1952 Chevy Woodie (you know, one of those old station wagons with real wood paneling on the sides) in my very neighborhood the other day. That’s right, he was sputtering down Sunset Boulevard at The Cove in Seaside. And yup, … Continue reading Cavalier Clyde
Three cheers for Dewey! Dewey was here for more than a year. Some of us were getting a little worried that no one would want Dewey. He was such such a good boy and well-loved here at the shelter. Here’s Ashley: “Dewey is a very handsome four-year-old male Pit-Bull Terrier Mix. He seems to be good with other dogs and people of all ages. Dewey … Continue reading Dewey Adopted!
Chewie is an intelligent cat with distinguished markings and curious eyes. His absolute favorite thing to do is jump high in the air to chase his toys. This good boy is ready to find a home that will have plenty of toys and a warm lap to snuggle. He loves to chat and chirp, so we can only assume he would love a window to … Continue reading Chewie Adopted!