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!
Shelly Amanda, who also took this picture, tells us, “Shelley is quite the character and is very much a herding dog! She is goofy, yet extremely focused, intelligent, sweet and loyal. Like most herding types, she is high energy and wants a JOB so badly! Whatever she is doing, she is doing it as if her and your life depend on it! A bored … Continue reading Shelly Adopted!
Gertie Our dear friend Gertie went home. We all fell in love with this senior girl the minute we saw her. Gertie came in as a stray, so we don’t know her age, but we think she’s around twelve. In spite of having bad back knees and spinal issues, she is the friendliest, sweetest girl imaginable. Gertie will need to be on pain meds … Continue reading Gertie Adopted!
Bean’s pet parents sent this terrific update early in July: Hello, We wanted to send a happy update about our Bean. If you remember, we adopted Bean (then Bruno) almost a year ago knowing he had some bad habits. We understood that dogs in the shelter are under a lot of stress and often lose their manners. Bean was very selective with the dogs he … Continue reading Bean (aka Bruno at the shelter)
Lucy was a very active German Shepherd teenager at the shelter. As you can see below, she has found the perfect home with a family committed to working with her on her behavior. Her mom tells us, “Within a week of being home, she was a completely different dog. With socialization, daily exercise, and consistent expectations she is turning into an amazing, loving, well-mannered dog, … Continue reading SUCCESS STORY: LUCY (NOW LUCIA)
Crystal spent many months at the shelter, waiting for that perfect family. She was adopted early in January and, as you can see, she’s struck gold. Her mom tells us, “After visiting Crystal at the shelter a few times, and thinking about her for the next week, I knew she needed to come home with us. Since we adopted her she has made our house … Continue reading SUCCESS STORY: CRYSTAL
Gunner was a much-loved boy at the shelter. This four year old pit bull came in with glaucoma in both eyes and for months patiently accepted twice daily eye drops until it was decided he would be better off with both eyes removed. As you can see below, he has struck gold now and is doing beautifully. His mom tells us, “Gunner has brought so … Continue reading Gunner