Love is in the air this time of year, and these cats and dogs are dreaming of finding their one true love. Could it be you?
Available for adoption at the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter:
Bear is an extraordinary 2-year-old, extra handsome boy who came to the shelter as a stray in December 2019. Bear is interested in meeting other dogs but likes to stay clear of pushy behavior (who doesn’t?). He also passed his cat test here at the shelter. He displayed some discomfort with people near his food, so he is looking for a home with children 15 and older. Bear enjoys attention from people and loves treats. Smarter than the average bear, Bear also knows the commands “sit,” “paw,” and “drop.” Bear is slightly nervous here the shelter and would truly thrive in a home of his own. If you are interested in adopting Maximus, please call for more information at 516-785-5220, visit him at 3320 Beltagh Avenue, Wantagh or email email@example.com
Available for adoption through For Our Friends Dog Rescue:
Little Leo is 19 pounds of cuteness! This 2-year-old darling little poodle is great with other dogs and can live with kids of any age. He’s single and ready to mingle, fully vetted and all. Now all he needs is his forever home. If you are interested in adopting Leo, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 917-864-2443 today!
Available for adoption at the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter:
Uno found his way to the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter when he was brought in as a stray by a Good Samaritan. Uno is a 10-12 months old, absolutely adorable Cattle Dog/Shepard mix known for his affectionate and playful demeanor. He adores children and has great manners. He loves children would prefer to be the only pet in the home. Uno is not suited for shelter life and needs a home soon. Please consider adopting this handsome fella today!
Chloe is a 4-year-old beauty with special needs. Chloe suffers from a seizure disorder which is easily managed by two separate medications and bi-annual blood work. Her ideal furever home is a caring, low stress environment where she can bask in the sunlight, take in the occasional cat nap and purr through endless petting. Chloe is wonderful around other cats and children. She’d make a great addition to a loving family.
For more information about adopting Uno or Chloe, head over to the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter at 410 East Main Street, Smithtown, or call 631-360-7575.
Available through Private Adoption:
Rescued locally, Nita, Ana and Ophelia are known as the wobblies. Why? Because this adorable group of three all have a bit of a wobble to their step. They have been vet/neurologist checked and all is just fine. It may a genetic condition that may or may not work itself out. This wobble doesn’t stop them, it actually makes them uniquely cute. They come equipped with the cutest round faces and softest fur you’ll ever touch! For more information about adopting the Wobblies, email email@example.com.
Available for adoption at Almost Home Animal Rescue:
How sweet is Marble?! This 2-year-old gal is patiently waiting for kisses and love from her furever family! She is super sweet and loves to be held, enjoys being pet and kisses too! If you’re looking for your purrfect valentine, please contact Almost Home Animal Rescue at www.almosthomeli.org or call 631-627-3665 to meet Marble!
Available for adoption at Last Hope Animal Rescue:
Look at this face! Candy Cane may look like grumpy cat, but this little girl is one of the sweetest cats you’ll ever have the pleasure of meeting. Candy was rescued in Bay Shore and now all this 1-year-old lady needs is a home to call her own. It’s impossible to resist this face, so contact Last Hope Animal Rescue to learn more about adopting Candy Cane today! lasthopeanimalrescue.org
Available for adoption through Pets4Luv:
Pumpkin was trapped by Pets4Luv in East Patchogue in November 2019. They received a call from someone who thought this stray cat may have an injured leg and would need medical attention. A veterinary evaluation revealed that Pumpkin needed to have his front leg amputated. He has been healing in foster care ever since then. This 6-year-old sweetheart has come out of his shell since his surgery, making friends with another cat in foster. He can be pet and is very sweet. Pumpkin has been through a lot and needs a quiet and safe home; especially now that he is walking on three legs. If you think you could be a match for this beautiful boy, please contact Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org or 516-832-8200.
Available for adoption through All About Spay Neuter:
February is “Adopt Some Love” month at All About Spay Neuter. They have many adorable kitties who are looking for their forever homes. The adoption fee for this special event will be reduced for kitties 20 weeks and older. All are fully dewormed, vaccinated, tested for FELV / FIV, spayed or neutered and microchipped. But don’t take our word for it, go ahead and ask just Marsha, Andrea or Marla- they won’t steer you wrong! Head down to 4209 Merrick Road, Massapequa to see these adorable kitties or text / call Alicia at 516-510-6738 to make an appointment.
Available for adoption at North Shore Animal League America:
Since Bobbi (adoption #VR212) moved into Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center, he’s been the perfect example of the benefits of cage-free living. This 8-year-old male grey tabby loves to chase toys, play with friends, and bask in the warm glow of our sunny windows. He’s the champion high jumper during playtime! Ideally, Bobbi is looking for a family with children 16 and older in age who can keep up with his exuberance. Bobbi is part of our Sponsor Program so all costs for his FLUTD (Feline lower urinary tract disease) treatment is fully covered by NSALA’s generous sponsors. Bobbi’s enthusiasm brightens everyone’s day- why not let him brighten yours!
Kani (adoption #H210100) is luxuriating in this new world of Bianca’s Furry Friends living. Food being served to him and warm beds near windows in which to nap is a far cry from fending for himself. This little 6-month-old fella survived alone on the streets but now feels most at home in the company of confident cats who show him how lucky he is to be safe and loved. Kani would do best in a quiet home… like yours?
**Double Adoption** Shirley (adoption #BF3013) and Warren (adoption #BF3014) survived the first few months of their lives on the city streets, leaning on each other for comfort and support. Now that this 5-month-old brother and sister pair are safely nestled in a comfy bed together at Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center, they still draw comfort from each other as they learn to trust humans. Warren is already showing he’s ready to explore his new safe world but stays nearby his timid sister to give her all the support she needs. He’s a wonderful mentor for her to watch as he has positive interactions with humans. A quiet, patient home with cat-experienced adults and children 8 and older in age will show these feline siblings how wonderful the indoor world with a loving family can be.
Halibut’s (adoption #H210195) golden eyes and lengthy whiskers are the first thing you notice when you visit this shy, sweet boy. Offering Halibut treats will get you an invitation to a chin rub, the makings of a great beginning! After being rescued locally from life on the cold city streets, Halibut is beginning to realize he has a very bright future ahead of him. This 9-month old’s ideal home is with children 10 and older in age and alongside a confident cat to be his snuggle buddy. If your family cat could use a little friend to mentor, you may be the purrfect pawrents for Halibut!
It’s never too soon to discover your true love. Cupid (adoption #L80505) is pointing her arrows straight at your heart; and all you need to do is fall for her endless charm. This 1-year-old girl was discovered in Jersey and made her way to Long Island where she has the highest hopes that she’ll soon be sharing a home with a loving family. Will it be yours?
**Double Adoption** Plaza (adoption #BF2895) and Radisson (adoption #BF2896) are a matching pair of 7-month old, female tortie kittens dreaming of life of feline leisure. These beauties were rescued locally and deserve to be in a loving, safe home. You’ll discover Raddison has embraced freedom in a safe place but always finds her way back to her shyer sister, Plaza, to reassure her they are secure and cared for. If you’d like to offer permanent room service to these sisters, Plaza and Radisson are waiting for you in our new Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center! Come visit them at their Port Washington campus today!
For more information about adopting Bobbi, Kani, Shirley, Warren, Halibut, Cupid, Plaza and Radisson, please contact DoritS@animalleague.org
As always, thanks for reading and please remember to always adopt, never shop…pass it on!