Monthly Archives: January 2011
Leta Ford is a two-year-old Chihuahua mix with a black coat, splashes of white on her neck and her feet, and one eye. Just one, but that’s enough for her to see, and she gets along fine. Continue reading
Catrina was born in about January 2010, so she’s a year old. As a small cat, she looks like she’s still part kitten. The hints of light brown throughout her gray tabby coat make her a distinct-looking short-haired tortoiseshell cat. Continue reading
He’s only one and a half years old, and he’s already been through a lot.
The part of Issac’s journey that we know about began when he was brought to Harlan County Animal Shelter in Kentucky. While rescuers there want the best for the animals, they don’t have the resources to provide the necessary quality of care and to find new homes for all of them. Continue reading
Small dogs can have hearts just as big as bigger dogs, and Ryder is no exception. At 16 pounds, this two-year-old Terrier mix is a black and white bundle of love. He may take a little time to warm up to you, but once he does, he’s a sucker for belly rubs, and he’ll soak up all the attention you give him. Continue reading
Born in June 2010, Timber is one of several mostly white kittens at the Animal Rescue Project shelter. Of course Timber doesn’t know how adorable he is. He just knows that while it’s fun to live in a free-range room with other kittens and cats, he’d rather be with people. Continue reading
Widget is a two-year-old male Fox Terrier mix with a white coat, brown and black markings, and a stubby tail. He’s friendly and affectionate, he loves belly rubs and lap time, and he gets along with other dogs. To add to that, he’s housebroken and crate-trained. In other words, he’s everything you could want in a small dog, waiting for you to adopt him. Continue reading