love your pet day

You’ll definitely need a furry friend by your side to help celebrate National Love Your Pet Day on Feb. 20, so don’t wait — contact any one of these shelters or rescues about pet adoption today!

Available at All About Spay Neuter

Justine

Justine arrived at All About Spay Neuter with her tiny kittens last summer.  She is a young cat, very playful and loves affection…so much so that she drools when she is being pet!  If you are interested in adopting Justine, please text Alicia at 516-984-4525 for more information.

Available for adoption through Pioneers for Animals Welfare Socie

Revis

Poor, sweet Revis. Would you believe this 7-year-old boy was found tied to a pole with a sign saying “friendly”? And that he is…friendly.  He loves his toys and has a lot of energy.  He is good on leash but can use some additional leash manners when seeing other dogs. Revis loves long walks – he is very curious about the world and excited around other dogs. He loves long naps – he’ll curl up on a little ball on almost any soft surface in your home, and you’ll probably hear some snores after a bit. He is definitely a cuddle bug. Revis is a wiggly and happy boy who will give you lots of cuddles and kisses.  He is very smart and eager to learn.

Vinny

Vinny is an adorable 11-month-old, 60 lb Muttdescribed as very playful and social but needs some manners…after all, he is still a pup.  He has lots of energy and loves to play with his toys and his human.  He is very smart and eager to learn. He found himself at a shelter and was pulled by PAWS so he is ready for his next chapter, a forever home!

How cute is Pringle?! This 5-year-old lab/hound mix is both a couch potato and a fella who enjoys his toys and his walks- but just really loves his person.   How can you resist this face??

Milo

Milo is quite the affectionate and playful wascally wabbit who is looking for a loving indoor-only home with someone who is willing to provide the care and attention this handsome boy needs and deserves.  He is neutered and vetted which means he’s ready to head home with you today!

For more information about adopting or fostering Revis, Vinny, Pringle, or Milo, please contact adoptions@paws-li.org or call 631-306-4616. You can also visit their website at paws-li.org

Available for adoption at Almost Home Animal Rescue

Greyson

Greyson is a 7-year-old Scottish Fold fella, rescued by a volunteer who feeds kitties locally. The volunteer quickly realized how sweet and friendly he is and scooped him up to prep him for adoption.  Greyson loves to be pet and gives everyone kisses! He gets along well with other cats and would do well with any family. Contact Almost Home Animal Rescue at www.almosthomeli.org or call 631-627-3665 for more information about adopting Greysontoday!

Available for adoption at the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter

Giada

Giada is a 6/7-year-old Domestic Shorthair who was sadly abandoned by her previous owner. Despite being let down by humans before, she has shown to be extremely affectionate and trusting. She’s always looking for a lap to curl up on, or for some scratches and attention. She was left alone a lot in her last home, so she’ll need tons of love to make up for lost time! Giada’s ideal home would be a quieter home, and she would do well with older children.

If you are interested in meeting Giada or any of the other adorable cats and kittens available for adoption, please call 631-360-7575 today for more information today!

Available for adoption at North Shore Animal League America

Gully

Gully (Adoption #D48065) was discovered wandering around the wharf this fall, desperate to find someone to help her. Her hero scooped her up and drove her straight to NSALA’s Pet Health Center where she’s been tended to with the most loving care by their veterinary team as they created a treatment plan for her heart conditions. Now this tender 10-year-old is snuggled into a comfy bed in Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center, believing all of her dreams have come true. But NSALA has one more to fulfill for her—the dream of a permanent home in which to spend her golden years.

Khloe and Zoey

**Double Adoption** The blissful life 14-year-old sisters Khloe (Adoption #R110377) and Zoey (Adoption #R110378) shared came to an abrupt end recently when they lost their peaceful home. Thankfully, they were welcomed into the tranquility of Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center where these gentle souls are enjoying each other’s company as they come to terms with the changes they’ve experienced. Khloe has a successful treatment plan in place to treat her liver disease, a covered medical condition through NSALA’s Pet Health Centers. They’ve taken care of their health and happiness, but they’d love for them to return to a quiet, sunny space with devoted humans committed to giving them the best years of their lives as cherished members of their family. Does your home feel a little empty? Nothing fills it up with love better than the harmonizing purrs of a pair of grateful senior sisters!

Rabbit and Tipper

**Double Adoption** Isn’t it about time you lightened up your life with some goofy friends? Rabbit (Adoption #LA0178) and Tipper (Adoption #LA0179) will literally hang upside down just to grab your attention, and once they’ve got it, you won’t want to let them go! How does a pair of very bonded one-year-old brothers sound as couch potato companions? Your best decision of the day is when you choose to bring home these southern rescues and give them a permanent place in your heart!

Mush

After being discovered out in the cold this winter, Mush’s (Adoption #BF3677) hero scooped her up, ensuring her a better life in the care of Animal League America. Now this shy but stunning one-year-old lady is taking in everything that’s recently occurred in her life, trying to make sense of the nonsense. Offer her a gentle ear rub and she is easily won over. Promising to make the rest of Mush’s life safe and comfortable is a guarantee that you too will receive an abundance of love in return.

Asia

When adorable Asia (Adoption #WV0817) arrived at North Shore Animal League America, her long trip from a West Virginia municipal shelter left her a bit weary of all upheaval in her life. With the devoted attention of her Animal League America fans, this sweet 3-year-old lady is beginning to think things are looking up for her. To help her settle into her true home, she is looking for a quiet household. Adults experienced with shy gals and children 12 years of age and older who can help make her feel more confident about belonging to a family are all she’ll need to settle into her new life. Just a little love and attention will soon have Asia purring with gratitude for being chosen by you!

Baili

Baili (Adoption #WV0823) is longing for a family to call his own and will follow you to the ends of the earth for the chance to be part of yours. This gorgeous 8-month-old kitten from West Virginia comes with all the charm and charisma you’d expect from a southern gentleman’s soul. You’ll never be lonely again with Baili chirping his approval and imploring you for more pets and scratches.  Baili is a fabulous choice for first-time cat families.

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

As always, thanks for reading and please remember to always adopt, never shop…pass it on!

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