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Taylor Posted on by Taylor

kitten adoption

Abbot loves to play and snuggle. Don't let his leukemia scare you off; he is perfectly healthy and needs a forever home!

Abbot is a sherbert-hued kitten trying to make his way in the world. Will you give this special needs kitty a home?

Just nine months old, Abbot is very curious and and outgoing – he even cuddles with dogs! Abbot loves playing with anyone; sadly, he is leukemia-positive, so an indoor-only household with no other kitties is required. His condition is manageable, and Abbot will lead a long, healthy life! Abbot is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped, and given parasite preventatives. Give Abbot a chance – this adorable kitten deserves one.

Contact The Milo Foundation to meet Abbot today!

About the Adoption Group

The Milo Foundation is a non-profit, no-kill animal sanctuary named after founder Lynne Tingle’s deaf-blind Australian Shepherd dog, Milo. This group is determined to give all animals a home, no matter their handicaps or age. The Milo Foundation shelters cats and dogs of all ages, as well as the occasional farm animal or small mammal. The sanctuary is based in Albany, California on two hundred and eighty-three acres.

To donate or adopt your next pet from the Milo Foundation, please visit their website!



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

dog adoption

Awh, who can resist that face? This pint size pooch is perfectly adorable and ready for you to take him home today.

Teddy is a terrific ten-pound pooch waiting for his forever home. Won’t you give this little guy a chance?

An adult Scottish Terrier mix, Teddy has wiry fur that is low maintenance and doesn’t shed much! He has lived with dogs of all sizes as well as cats; he gets along with older children as well. Teddy is very sweet and gentle. Whether he’s going on walks or just hanging out, all this itsy-bitsy canine wants is some love. Teddy is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped, and negative for heart worms.

Contact Doggie Protective Services to meet Teddy today!

About the Adoption Group

Doggie Protective Services (DPS) works from a network of foster homes throughout northern and southern California and Las Vegas. DPS also runs a grassroots rescue operation in Taiwan to rescue abandoned and injured animals. All animals are spayed or neutered; DPS is dedicated to preventing overpopulation and protecting those who arise from it. They have a rigorous adoption process to ensure all pets are placed in loving homes.

To donate or adopt your next pet from Doggie Protective Services, please visit their website!



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

dog adoption

Honey is an adorable pit bull mix who needs a forever home. How can you say no to those eyes?

Honey is a young pit bull mix with a coat and personality to match her name. Won’t you adopt this sweet dog today?

Around two to three years old, Honey is only thirty-five pounds. This itsy-bitsy pooch is very versatile; she gets along with all animals and children. Honey also enjoys taking walks, going on hikes, and generally being active, but she is also at home lounging around. Car rides are Honey’s favorite thing ever! She is shy at first, but after a few days at home Honey will open up and show you her sweetness inside. Honey is house trained, spayed, fully vaccinated, negative for heart worm, and microchipped.

Contact Doggie Protective Services to meet Honey today!

About the Adoption Group

Doggie Protective Services (DPS) works from a network of foster homes throughout northern and southern California and Las Vegas. DPS also runs a grassroots rescue operation in Taiwan to rescue abandoned and injured animals. All animals are spayed or neutered; DPS is dedicated to preventing overpopulation and protecting those who arise from it. They have a rigorous adoption process to ensure all pets are placed in loving homes.

To donate or adopt your next pet from Doggie Protective Services, please visit their website!



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

dog adoption

This pint-sized pooch needs a forever home with older children and other well-behaved animals. Do you fit the bill?

Costello is an itsy-bitsy Chihuahua looking for his forever home. Won’t you take in this diminutive dog?

Rescue in California, Costello was brought to Washington for safety reasons. He’s currently five months old and weighs only seven pounds! At first Costello can be a bit shy, but he opens up after a bit and loves to be held and cuddled. Because of his timidness, a home without children under ten would be the best fit for him; Costello is friendly with other animals who will respect his space. Costello is neutered and fully vaccinated.

Contact Homeward Pet Adoption Center to meet Costello today!

About the Adoption Group

Homeward Pet Adoption Center is located in Woodinville, Washington, and are moving to a roomier location just down the road. The non-profit, no-kill organization was founded in 1990 – 60% of all their animals are rescued from other shelters, where they would otherwise be euthanized. With an extensive volunteer core of 200 plus, Homeward Pet is able to successfully place over 1,300 animals every year in loving homes.

To donate or adopt your next pet from the Homeward Pet Adoption Center, please visit their website!



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

cat adoption

Maynard may have orange fur, but he has a heart of gold! Won't you bring this lovable cat into your home today?

Maynard is a big kitty with a big heart full of love to give to prospective pet parents. Won’t you give this orange tabby a chance?

After his former family left him and a feline friend behind, Maynard was brought to Homeward Pet by a Good Samaritan. With his fluffy orange fur and cuddly personality, Maynard would be the perfect addition to any family. He is cordial with cats and is house-trained – the perfect pet! Maynard does need to be brushed on a daily basis, as his luxurious coat can form painful mats. Although Maynard is a hefty kitty by nature, he could also stand to lose a few pounds; a wet food-only diet should do the trick. Maynard is neutered and up-to-date with all shots as well.

Contact Homeward Pet Adoption Center to meet Maynard today!

About the Adoption Group

Homeward Pet Adoption Center is located in Woodinville, Washington, and are moving to a roomier location just down the road. The non-profit, no-kill organization was founded in 1990 – 60% of all their animals are rescued from other shelters, where they would otherwise be euthanized. With an extensive volunteer core of 200 plus, Homeward Pet is able to successfully place over 1,300 animals every year in loving homes.

To donate or adopt your next pet from the Homeward Pet Adoption Center, please visit their website!



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

puppy adoption

Aww, look at his face! Virgo is an unexpected mix of Australian Shepherd and Bulldog and the result is pure cuteness.

Virgo is a unique blend of Australian Shepherd and Bulldog! Won’t you help this puppy have a wonderful life in a forever home?

This sweet puppy was brought to the shelter with his five siblings, all named after astrological signs. Virgo and his litter mates were rescued from another shelter and brought to Magnificent Mutts. He has a gorgeous short tan coat with adorable white markings on his nose and chest. After adoption Virgo will be neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped, tested for heart worms, and dewormed if necessary. As Virgo is a puppy, he is not house-trained, but that is easily remedied!

Contact Magnificent Mutts to meet Virgo today!

About the Adoption Group

Magnificent Mutts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-run organization founded in 2001 and based in Hillside, Illinois. Founder Linda Latelle longed for many pets as a child, but her parents told her she had to wait until she had her own house – then she could have as many pets as she wanted! Linda took this to heart and created Magnificent Mutts to provide sanctuary and healthcare to companion animals in need. The group takes in homeless and surrendered cats and dogs along with rescued from other local shelters.

To donate or adopt your next pet from Magnificent Mutts, please visit their website.



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

cat adoption

Renzo is a fantastic, inquiring kitty who needs a forever home.

Renzo is a captivating cat who has been through a lot in his short life. Are you looking for a curious feline companion? Renzo is the kitty for you.

Only ten weeks old, this ginger-furred feline had a rough beginning. Renzo survived and is a handsome young kitten now! His shelter dubbed him “the Sherlock Holmes of kittens” for his inquiring nature. Renzo is very well-mannered and gets along with his own kind as well as canines and kids. He is currently fully vaccinated and house-trained. Upon adoption Renzo will be neutered in addition to being tested for heart worms and dewormed if necessary.

Contact Magnificent Mutts to meet Renzo today!

About the Adoption Group

Magnificent Mutts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-run organization founded in 2001 and based in Hillside, Illinois. Founder Linda Latelle longed for many pets as a child, but her parents told her she had to wait until she had her own house – then she could have as many pets as she wanted! Linda took this to heart and created Magnificent Mutts to provide sanctuary and healthcare to companion animals in need. The group takes in homeless and surrendered cats and dogs along with rescued from other local shelters.

To donate or adopt your next pet from Magnificent Mutts, please visit their website.



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

dog adoption

This one year old is sweet and affectionate but could use some training and exercise to curb his energy.

Squirt is a Bassett Hound with big, baleful eyes. How can you resist him?

This affectionate, amicable dog is around one year old and still has some puppy in him. Squirt enjoys belly rubs and has lots of energy – an owner who would take him for walks would be best. He also needs some basic training, but is very eager to please! Squirt gets along with other dogs, but his behavior around cats and children is unknown. He’s fully vaccinated, neutered, and microchipped.

Contact Friends for Life Animal Rescue to meet Squirt today!

About the Adoption Group

Friends for Life Animal Rescue is an Arizona-based, volunteer-run organization that works to save and improve the lives of homeless and stray animals. In addition, the group also runs a program called Project HART, spaying and neutering feral cats. Friends for Life is a big advocate of spaying and neutering cats and dogs, and aims to reduce population in local areas. The organization also refrains from using euthanasia unless an animal’s quality of life is severely affected and they are in too much pain to live happily. Friends for Life also partners with local groomers, pet supply stores, training groups, and veterinary clinics to provide medical care and essential supplies.

To donate or adopt your next pet from Friends for Life Animal Rescue, please visit their website.



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

cat adoption

Friendly with fluffy grey fur, Yeagermin is back at the shelter after nine years. Won't you help her find a forever home?

Yeagermin is a beautiful feline with a heartbreaking life story. Won’t you help this kitty get back on her feet?

Rescued from the streets at two weeks old, Yeagermin was nursed to full health by the shelter until she found a home – but it wasn’t her forever home. Nine years later she was found malnourished at a feral cat feeding station by the shelter; they realized who she was after scanning her microchip. Now Yeagermin is doing well and well-fed. She has long, gorgeous grey calico fur and luminous green eyes. Yeagermin is fully vaccinated, microchipped, spayed, and FeLV/FIV negative.

Contact Friends for Life Animal Rescue to meet Yeagermin today.

About the Adoption Group

Friends for Life Animal Rescue is an Arizona-based, volunteer-run organization that works to save and improve the lives of homeless and stray animals. In addition, the group also runs a program called Project HART, spaying and neutering feral cats. Friends for Life is a big advocate of spaying and neutering cats and dogs, and aims to reduce population in local areas. The organization also refrains from using euthanasia unless an animal’s quality of life is severely affected and they are in too much pain to live happily. Friends for Life also partners with local groomers, pet supply stores, training groups, and veterinary clinics to provide medical care and essential supplies.

To donate or adopt your next pet from Friends for Life Animal Rescue, please visit their website.



Taylor Posted on by Taylor

dog adoption

Buffy is a friendly dog who needs a loving home. Will you make him a part of your family?

Buffy is a rescue dog who is an all-around great family dog. Won’t you bring him home today?

This Cocker Spaniel was found by Animal Control and was very frightened when he arrived at his foster home. After a while Buffy warmed up and was friendly as can be! He’s very sociable and enjoys the company of cats, children, and other dogs alike. Buffy is only one year old and is white with tan splotches and freckles. He is house trained, fully vaccinated, microchipped, and neutered.

Contact Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue to meet Buffy today!

About the Adoption Group

Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue is a Colorado-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that takes in surrendered and rescued Cocker Spaniels, often from other shelters. Veterinarians evaluate the dogs both physically and for behavior issues and any health problems are cared for. A network of volunteers’ foster homes allows the dogs to be cared for and socialized or trained if needed. RRCR also neuters and spays all dogs as well as fully vaccinates and microchips them.

To donate or adopt your next pet from Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue, please visit their website.