It’s March Madness and we have some special pets who would love to ‘score’ a new place to call home! Big Blue is a gray long-haired working cat who would like a big space to call his own, Limmy is a two-year-old cream colored tabby who enjoys the company of people, and Stanley is a three-year-old snapping turtle who is looking for a cozy pond to swim in. An added bonus for today’s pets: all of our featured friends have had their adoption fees waived!
You might recognize this guy from a few weeks ago! Big Blue has been at our shelter since December and still hasn’t found his forever home. Do you need your own grumpy cat? Big Blue almost always looks disgruntled, and prefers to sit at a distance and judge you instead of playing. Big Blue is the strong, silent type, and he will need extra time to adjust to his surroundings. He is aloof and enjoys having his own space. Blue may do well as a barn cat or mouser, or an indoor/outdoor cat. Would you like a small guardian who will sit on a shelf and watch over you? Big Blue is at the shelter waiting for you to come see him!
Limmy is a two-year-old cream colored male cat who has been waiting for a while for his perfect family. This sweet guy enjoys the company of people and gets along with other cats, but he takes quite some time to be comfortable with his surroundings. Because Limmy is so timid, we recommend he goes to a home without young children. Limmy likes to be near his humans and enjoys being petted. In fact, he’s quite the attention hog! Limmy has been at the shelter for three months already and would really like to find his perfect home! Do you think Limmy would fit in with your family? Come meet him today! All he needs is you!
Say hello to Stanley! A snapping turtle sure may seem like an unconventional pet, and that’s because, well… it is! Stanley is a common snapping turtle who was kept as a pet for a few years. He is three years old now, and too tame to be released back into the wild -- he wouldn’t survive! Stanley will need a pond or similarly sized enclosure in order to thrive. Snapping turtles enjoy swimming deep underwater, but also come up to the surface to bask in the warmer water. Contrary to the popular belief that snapping turtles are carnivorous, snappers are actually omnivores and often eat water plants, worms, and crickets in addition to small fish! Do you or your backyard have space for Stanley? Swing by and visit him today!
Remember, these three pets all have waived adoption fees, so all they need is for you to take them home!