Monthly Archives: February 2011

Featured Dog: Switch

Switch is a Chihuahua mix puppy born in early September. At six months of age, he’s a little over six pounds and isn’t expected to get over 10 pounds. His mother is a Chihuahua rescued from the pound when she was pregnant, and his father is unknown. Continue reading

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Featured Cat: Venous

Venous was a young kitten when she was found as a stray. A family took her in and cared for her, but they weren’t able to take care of her forever. Her next home was an Animal Rescue Project foster home, where she socialized with people, other cats, and dogs. And now she’s staying in a free-range cat room at the Animal Rescue Project shelter, waiting for her turn to finally have a forever home. Continue reading

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Featured Dog: Stubby

Stubby and his sisters Skittles, Sandy, and Sunshine are all a gorgeous brown with even more gorgeous big brown eyes. They’re affectionate. They’re exuberant. Being puppies, they’re energetic. Stubby is the most energetic of the puppies, and his stubby tail makes him distinct from his long-tailed sisters. Continue reading

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Featured Cat: Kona

Kona is a female Siamese mix kitten / cat born in June 2010. While she has a Siamese appearance, her lighter coat, white paws, and hints of light brown in places suggest a mix in her heritage. Continue reading

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Featured Dog: Mopsey

Four-year-old Maltese mix dog Mopsey and his sister Flopsey once lived in a happy home together. Then their owner died, and the owner’s family took them to the pound. Their lives were saved when they came to Animal Rescue Project, and now they’re ready for a new forever home. They can be adopted separately or together. Continue reading

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Featured Cat: Lolita

Lolita is a beautiful long-haired gray tabby cat about two years old. During her two years, she’s had some rough times. Her eyes show that her guard is up when she first sees someone new, but once she knows you even a little, she relaxes and enjoys the attention you give her. Continue reading

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