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Cat Of The Month: April 2019: Gazpacho

Meet Gazpacho

ID NUMBER: #191526

Um...hello, I'm Gazpacho. You can call me Pacho, but only if we get to know each other first. You seem really nice, and I would like to get to know you better so we can hang out, but you'll need to be patient with me. If you pet me and rub my ears we'll definitely be friends soon! I don't like loud noises or children, but I might like to have a gentle feline friend who will cuddle with me. I may not play with you at first but as soon as you leave me to my own devices I like to explore. My foster mom has lots of shiny earrings I like to play with. 

If you have a lot of love and patience in your heart, I will love you, too. My fur is soft and I love being pet for as long as you want to pet me. Will you be my forever cuddle buddy and ear scratcher? Let my foster mom know at lindsaycarbonell@gmail.com.

To learn more about Gazapcho, please visit this link.

Dog Of The Month: February 2019: John

Meet John

ID Number: #189855
Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier
Sex: Male
Weight: 52 Pounds
Location: At The Shelter

Howdy folks, John here.

Pleased to meet you. As you can see I'm an older fella but don't let that fool you. I have plenty of energy and a lot of love to give. The nice volunteers say I am very calm and gentle and I walk perfectly on a leash. They also think I may be house-trained because I keep my kennel clean until they take me out for a walk. All I need now is a family to take a chance on me and take me home. I promise to be a good boy and be a faithful companion. I have heartworms but they are totally treatable and Friends of Wake County Animal Center have generously donated $500 towards my treatment. Please visit me today and see how special I am.

Big hugs,

John is currently available for adoption through the Wake County Animal Center at 820 Beacon Lake Drive, Raleigh. To view John’s portfolio and full bio, please head to this link.

Dog Of The Month: Smiley

Meet Smiley

Age: 11
Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier
Sex: Female
Weight: 52 Pounds
Location: In Foster

Don't let a few gray hairs fool you, I still have a lot of love to give! I am a sweet, low key kind of gal who is very content to snuggle up by your side. In fact, for me, the best thing in the whole world is to be able to snuggle next to you on the couch while you rub my tummy and we doze off watching mindless TV together. I walk nicely on a leash after a quick burst of initial spritely energy. Seriously, sometimes it's hard to believe I'm eleven! I do need to be (and deserve to be, in my own humble opinion) the queen of the castle. I don't care for other dogs. I can see them and not react, and we can walk by them or around them and I'm cool. But, I have issues with my own personal space. And why shouldn't I? I've been around long enough to have earned the right to be the one and only and get ALL the tummy rubs, right? So, if you have no other pets and want, seriously, the easiest dog you've ever met, then come meet ME. I'm house trained, crate trained, already spayed, chipped, heartworm negative and up to date on everything. I'm the total package!

Smiley is currently available for adoption through the Wake County Animal Center at 820 Beacon Lake Drive, Raleigh. To view Smiley’s portfolio, full bio, and foster contact information, please head to this link.