This week, we are highlighting our furbabies from this month that are still available at our Fursday Pet Partners!
Beatrice from Second Chance Pet Adoptions
Beatrice, a 5-year-old black and white pit mix. We rescued Beatrice from a county shelter after being absolutely dazzled by her pearly whites! She’s such a happy girl, whether she’s sitting quietly at your feet while you work from home or riding in the car on her way to a long hike. Beatrice has exactly one issue that’s kept her from being adopted, which is that she is 100% the boss when it comes to other animals, so she needs a home with no other pets and an owner who will keep her safely away from any other cats or dogs. With humans, though? Beatrice is just remarkable—silly, snuggly, and smiley. Visit Beatrice at Second Chance Pet Adoptions, or learn more about her and apply to adopt at www.SecondChanceNC.org. You can also catch her on Instagram—her username is @AdoptPrettyBeatrice!
Libby from Wake County Animal Center
Are you looking for that one special dog that will cuddle with your family or play a game of frisbee in the backyard? A dog that is house trained and has great manners in your home? Well, look no further! Libby is a volunteer favorite! When a volunteer took her home for a day, the volunteer’s entire household was very impressed and noticed that she has a playful and friendly demeanor, but she’s also pretty shy and quiet, too.
Libby already knows sit, come, stay, and down. She’ll do best as an only pet or in a home with no cats.
Libby has heartworms, but it’s treatable and not contagious. To help with the medical cost, a $750 sponsorship for treatment is provided by Friends of Wake County Animal Center ([email protected]). Friends of Wake County Animal Center can walk you through the process of treatment and help you find a vet.
Libby is ready to go home today – she is up to date on vaccinations, flea/tick, and heartworm prevention, is microchipped, and is already spayed. If you have dogs or cats, we recommend slow introductions over time. If you have children in your home, we recommend supervision between animals and children at all times.
Rabies Clinic | Saturday, April 2nd | 9AM-11AM | Wake County Animal Center
Get your furbabies their rabies vaccine for $5! First come, first serve basis. Cash Only. For more information, click here.
Merken from SPCA of Wake County
Merken is everything you could ever want in a cat! He’s a staff favorite at the SPCA. This 4-year-old guy is a huge snuggle bug who loves curling up on your lap or putting his paws up on you to ask for some attention. He likes to spend his days hanging out with people, lounging in cozy beds, or chirping all of his thoughts at you. He’s very tolerant of being picked up and handled, so he’d probably be great with children! Merken has FeLV, which is communicable to other cats, so he’d do best in a home where he can be the only cat (or live with other FeLV+ cats). But frankly, Merken is all the cat you’ll ever need! Merken is neutered, microchipped, and fully vaccinated. Plus — his adoption fee is waived! Learn more about adopting this handsome snuggle bug by going to spcawake.org or visiting the SPCA Wake Pet Adoption Center in Raleigh.
Rayo from Animal Protection Society of Durham
“Good looking, check; affectionate check; sweet, double check! I’m a darling and good boy who’s a bit stressed here at the shelter. I’m sure to settle well in my new home. I’m a bit unsure meeting new friends, please go slow with me. I’d love a home where I can gain confidence, have gentle affection, and lots of love! I’m so special that I’ve been crowned Pet of the Week! Won’t you come and see me today?”
Help us find these furbabies a home!