We asked 100 shelter animals “if today was your birthday, what would you wish for?” Would you believe they all said the same thing: “I would wish for a forever home.” Let’s make wishes come true, adopt a new best friend today! 

Available for adoption through Pioneers for Animals Welfare Society:

Diva

Diva is a super sweet 4-year-old German Shepard mix who is about to lose her home and desperately needs a new place to call her own. Diva is a little girl, weighing about 48 pounds. She can be timid but also very playful and cuddly. Diva plays well with other dogs and is good with children. She can be nervous when meeting new people so please remember to give her time to adjust when both meeting her for the first time and bringing her home.

Zelda and Taki

**SENIOR ALERT AND DOUBLE ADOPTION** Sweet girls Taki and Zelda are 12-year-old female Husky Mix sisters that have been together since birth and would be lost without each other. Taki is very affectionate and playful, a bit more timid that her sister Zelda. Both love to play and cuddle and are great with children. 

For more information about adopting Diva, Taki and Zelda, contact adoptions@paws-li.org, call 631-306-4616, or visit paws-li.org

Available for adoption through Pets4 Luv:

Georgie

Georgie is a very mellow 1-year-old fella who happen to find his way into someone’s backyard in Bay Shore. When Pets4Luv showed up to trap and neuter him, they knew right away he was too friendly to be put back outside. He is a very mellow boy who seems just fine with other cats. For more information about adopting Georgie, please contact Pets4Luv at 516-860-7057 or email info@pets4luv.org

Available for adoption at the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter:

Angel

Meet the Smithtown Animal Shelter’s Pet of the Week, the wonderful Angel. This 6-year-old Blue Nosed Pit Bull that has been waiting for her furrever home for over two years. She is always eager to be around people and get some belly rubs. Angel is a loving dog that enjoys splashing in the pool, exploring outside and napping with her pals. She is very intelligent and eager to please. She would be best suited to a home familiar with her breed that has no children, and where she can be the only pet in the house.

If you are interested in meeting Angel, please fill out an adoption application online or call 631-360-7575 today for more information today!

Available for adoption through North Shore Animal League America:

Misha

Marvelous Misha (BF3034) is a refined gentleman who survived a chaotic past. North Shore Animal League America is committed to making sure his future happiness is in a loving, peaceful home where he will resume life as a cherished pet. 8-year-old Misha has embraced the new friends he’s made in Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center and has taken his responsibility as Door Greeter very seriously. He’s eager to meet you and will bestow heaps of gratitude upon you for completing his rescue story, knowing the best years of his life are ahead with you. Misha’s ideal home is with children 12 and older who can usher him in easily to his first safe home. Would you like to welcome this green-eyed beauty into your heart and home?

Breezy

Loving Breezy (BF3297) is a breeze! This 5-month-old warrior has already survived panleukopenia and is ready to celebrate the gift of life in her new home. This mini panther has forgotten any troubles from her past and is ready for the future, especially if it includes extra cuddle time with her new pawrents. If you’re looking for a love that’s easy, Breezy is the kitten for you!

T-Mac

Six-year-old T-Mac (R159529) was a little unsure about all the changes he’d encountered in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura. Now that this southern gent is settling into a quiet room, T-Mac’s oversized personality has emerged to match his oversized body! This gentle giant is delighted to receive some pampering and has been enjoying long brushing sessions (even trying to sneak a treat from unsuspecting visitors.) We’ve put T-Mac on a healthy diet to promote weight loss and hope a little more exercise will get him back to an appropriate weight. If you’d like to commit to a better future by maintaining his diet and exercise, T-Mac will reward you with some heart-filled head butts. A quiet home will lead to a happy life for both of you. If you have a heart to match his, you’re the human he’s been waiting for!

Inkblot

Inkblot (R166917) was born to be someone’s little spoon. This sweet, quiet, 6-month-old little boy has nothing better to do than wait for you to join him in bed for a lengthy cuddle session. Doesn’t that sound dreamy? We think so too! If you’re a big spoon in search of a snuggle buddy, do we have the kitten for you!

Dodoma

At just 2 years old, Dodoma (R166978) has already endured the strife of motherhood and the chaos of a hurricane in her very short lifetime. Now safe and being nurtured by her human friends at Animal League America, she knows that true happiness for her lies in the lap of a human fully devoted to her as the only pet. Dodoma enjoys company while she eats and purrs enthusiastically through visits with new human friends. If your quiet home is missing a tender tortie, you won’t want to miss out on making Dodoma part of your family.

Reach out to DoritS@animalleague.org for more about adopting any one of NSALA’s adorable adoptables!

Available for adoption at the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter:

Franny

Franny was picked up as a stray in Merrick, severely malnourished, with dental disease, fly bite on her ears, with evidence of having multiple litters and with a mammary mass. Franny is one of the sweetest dogs you will meet, so the fact that she was neglected in this way, just breaks everyone’s hearts. She is very sweet with people, loves to play with toys, loves to chill, loves to go for walks, loves making new friends and is friendly with other dogs. Franny is very quiet and just wants to be close to her people. Her ideal home would be with loving people, ready to give her lots of love that she clearly has been missing all these years. If you are interested in this girl, contact the shelters placement team at 516-785-5220 or email Adoption@tohmail.org, Foster@tohmail.org or Rescue@tohmail.org

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