This week for Pets of the Week we are featuring three fuzzy females looking for new families. Ginger is an 11-year-old cattle dog with lots of love to give, Sammy is a 10-year-old tuxedo cat with special needs and Rhonda is a sweet two-year-old rabbit that will hop right into your heart!
Meet Ginger! This sweet 11-year-old Australian Cattle Dog is looking for a new place to call home. Ginger has been well cared for but is in need of a little TLC due to her age. Since arriving at Larimer Humane Society we provided her with a dental cleaning, healthy diet and extra enrichment. This sweet, energetic girl has lots of love left to give. She does great with kids and loves to play or just cuddle. Her adoption fee is $100. If you have room in your heart and home for Ginger swing by our shelter and meet her today!
Say “hi” to Sammy! She is a 10-year-old tuxedo cat who was also in need of a little extra TLC when she arrived at Larimer Humane Society. Sammy was surrendered to us for house soiling. It turns out that Sammy was suffering from a condition that causes her bladder to become inflamed which may cause her to house soil due to discomfort. Sammy is in need of the right family to help her manage her condition to make sure she stays pain free and properly uses the litter box. While in our care we also provided Sammy with a dental cleaning and treated her for a urinary tract infection. Sammy has been with us since October but she is now ready to go home with her forever family. Her adoption fee has been paid for by a generous community member to help her find her forever home.
Our last lady in our lineup today is Rhonda! This sweet rabbit will hop right in your heart. She came to Larimer Humane Society from our friends at Adams County Animal Shelter to help her find her forever home. If you’re looking for a uniquely adorable pet, consider adopting Rhonda! Pet bunnies are interesting and curious critters, and they enjoy exploring and hopping around the house! Rabbits can even be litter trained and all of them are provided a litter box here at the shelter. Many people think that bunnies are low-maintenance pets who do not need much, like a mouse, but the reality is that bunnies need as much care and stimulation as a cat or dog. She is available for adoption at Poudre Pet and Feed Supply’s East location on Lemay in Fort Collins. Her adoption fee is $25.