This week’s lineup of adorable adoptables is unbeatable! With so many options, why not open your heart and home and create a pawfectly purrfect family?
Cats and Dogs in Need of Forever Homes on Long Island, Plus Adoption Events
Adoption Event with the Town of Babylon Animal Shelter
Head down to the 2nd Annual Lindenhurst St. Patrick’s Parade this Saturday, March 25 starting at noon where you’ll find Floki, just one of the town shelter’s many cool canines available for adoption!
Available for adoption at Tender Loving Cats
**Special Request** Meet Cinnamon! Born last January, Cinnamon was found wandering the streets of Long Island and surrendered to a local veterinarian. She had experienced trauma to her left eye and right foot. Poor Cinnamon needed an eye enucleation and does startle when she doesn’t see you coming from her left side. But don’t let that deter you, Cinnamon does not miss a beat. She runs and plays like any other kitten would.
This sweet girl is looking for her purrfect match. Someone that would enjoy her affection. Cinnamon loves being petted and can’t seem to get enough. She plays and get along well with other cats and dogs at her foster’s home. Let’s find her a new beginning in a loving home. Is it with you?
To adopt Cinnamon, complete an adoption application here: tenderlovingcats.org/adoption-application.html
Available for adoption at the Town of Smithtown Animal Shelter
**Double Adoption** Come and knock on their door…they’ve been waiting for you! Chrissy and Janet are a pair of 6-year-old Domestic Short Hair sisters who grew up in the Animal Shelter. They were both adopted into a new home for a year and a half, but their new parents sadly had to return them after they fell on hard times. Both of these loves are very sweet and enjoy snuggles and being petted.
They are initially shy, timid, and low-key when first meeting someone, but will open up when given space and time to learn to trust. Chrissy and Janet have lived with other cats before and would do best in a quiet home without any children or loud dogs. It would be great for these sisters to be adopted together, but they can be separated for the right home.
If you are interested in meeting Chrissy and Janet, please fill out an application and/or call 631-360-7575 today!
Available for adoption through For Our Friends Rescue
**Senior Alert** Beautiful Sasha is healing well from her recent mammary surgery and dental work, none of which stops her from being awesome, which means this 12-year-old princess is now ready for her forever home. Sasha is described as very docile and gets along well with other dogs. If you can open your heart and home to this special gal, contact the rescue at 917-864-2443 or [email protected].
Available for adoption through Bobbi and the Strays
**Senior Alert** Ten-year-old Happy is the sweetest German Shorthaired Pointer. This lovely lady was surrendered when her owner had to go into a nursing home. She gets along with other dogs and would thrive in a calm home with adults. Happy is housetrained and spayed and ready to go home with you today!
Justin is very friendly 2-year-old fella that comes with lots of energy. Justin loves to walk and jump! He would thrive with someone or a family who could provide an active life for him. Justin is housetrained and will be neutered upon adoption.
With his great intelligence, affection, and medium energy, 3-year-old Charlie is your man! This Miniature Pincher would thrive in a calm, peaceful home with adults and would do best as the only dog in the household.
Four-year-old Francese is a very sweet, easy-going gal who even gets along with other dogs. She loves to play and to snuggle and would do well in a calm home with adults.
**Senior Alert** Luna is a gorgeous 10-year-old Poodle who is very sweet and a bit shy. Luna needs a calm, adult-only home that can give her a ton of love. She does get along well with other senior dogs close to her age.
**Senior Alert** Nine-year-old Penelope is also a sweet-as-can-be Poodle in search of a calm, loving forever home to thrive in.
For more information about any of these adorable tail-waggers, contact Bobbi and the Strays at 516-378-4340, or visit their website at bobbiandthestrays.org.
Available for adoption at North Shore Animal League America
There are always plenty of canines and kitties available for adoption at Animal League America, and this Saturday, March 25, you can head down to their NY Mets Amazin’ Day Mega-Adoption Event at Wollman Rink/Central Park from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. where you’ll find over 100 adoptable animals waiting to meet and greet you!
**Double Adoption and Senior Alert** Nine-year-old Oneonta (Adoption #BF2526) spent her entire life surrounded by a large clowder of male cats. Through all the ups and downs, it’s been her lifelong friend, 11-year-old Mohawk (Adoption #BF2530) who she’s depended on to help her feel safe.
Animal League America promised this fearful pair they have nothing to fret over; they can spend furever together, and they’ll be by their side as we search for the heroes meant to be their pawrents. These two are seeking adults experienced in boosting the confidence of these tentative friends.
**Double Adoption** One-year-old Simba (Adoption #SCR3139) and 2-year-old Sushi (Adoption #NCI2607) each lost their homes on the same day, but discovered a friendship in the room they share at Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center. While Simba felt agitated by the changes in his life, Sushi became an encouraging mentor, correcting his overly energetic behavior and showing him a more appropriate way to pursue friendships.
Everyone has loved watching the missing pieces to their puzzles come together and would be thrilled see them share this brotherhood they’ve created with an experienced adopter who has the quiet, predictable home (with any kids over age ten) we know these tenacious boys would enjoy. If you’re ready to form a lasting friendship, please consider Simba and Sushi as the missing pieces to your family puzzle!
**Double Adoption** A local rescuer brought Rhodes (Adoption #BF4165) and Delphi (Adoption #BF4166) to Animal League America for some TLC before they could trust human hands. Time in a quiet, consistent space showed them how wonderful being part of a family could be, and we’ve now tucked them into a sunny room in Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center to finish their education under the tutelage of some very devoted feline mentors. Success in a new home will come from adults with experience nurturing fearful kittens, and children over the age of twelve who are equipped to provide a consistent, predictable environment. These 10-month-old siblings could play all day once they feel comfy in their surroundings.
**Double Adoption** Licorice (Adoption #BF4174) is celebrating his first birthday in Bianca’s Furry Friends next month, and his birthday wish is to spend all his future ones in loving home with his best friend, 10-month-old Athens (Adoption #H211645)! Their friendship began right in our Adoption Center as the odd men out of their litters.
Now you’ll find Athens’ slightly more perky purrsonality bringing out the best in his shy buddy Licorice. Playtime and treats have new meaning when shared with each other. Athens is very comfy in the lap of his trusted friends, and Licorice is learning so much about trust by observing his best friend. A home experienced in settling shyer kitties, with children over age twelve, to provide a predictable setting will make Athens and Licorice feel very secure.
**Double Adoption** Eight-year-olds Buddy (Adoption #VR2277) and his sister Shana (Adoption #VR2700) lost the tranquil life they’d always known when their beloved owner passed away. Buddy is leading Shana to believe they’ll be ok as long as they have each other.
While Shana can feel overwhelmed by so much change, Buddy has put his best paw forward to ensure their lives get back on track. He makes a wonderful first, second, and lasting impression! A quiet home will help ease Shana’s concerns. If you’re looking to care for a pair of seasoned tabbies, Buddy and Shana are looking for you!
**Double Adoption** Bonded 8-month-old brothers Wolfie (Adoption #NCR6108) and Bibble (Adoption #NCR6109) aren’t sure what’s next for them, but they take comfort in having each other as they face new experiences. While Wolfie is slightly ahead of his brother in settling into Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center, Bibble is watching and letting everyone pamper him with treat parties.
As if their dashing good looks isn’t enough to grab the attention of purrspective families, Bibble has something a little extra – literally! He’s polydactyl (he has extra toes!) You’ll learn even more these brothers when you bring them into your quiet, predictable home (children over age 8) and they win your heart.
**Double Adoption** Sweet 1-year-old sisters Luna (Adoption #R166602) and Leia (Adoption #R166603) traveled a very long way to meet their furever family—all the way from Hawaii! They experienced a loving home for a year but when their owner could no longer care for them.
Luna is already trying out ear rubs from her admirers, and Leia will be follow her sister’s lead once she gets to know you. A quiet, shy-cat-experienced home (with older children) will help these girls into the tranquil life they previously enjoyed.
If you need Rizzy (Adoption #WV0379), she’ll be hiding in plain sight, away from the chaos beneath her cat tree. Offer her the gentle companionship she craves, and she’ll be joining you by your side in no time. All this beautiful, gentle 1-year-old perma-kitten needs is someone to remind her she’s safe and in her forever home. This could be the start of a beautiful friendship!
Animal League America was alerted to cats that had been dumped in a local lumberyard and needed our help. Despite some rough times, 2-year-old Linus (Adoption #BF4432) is looking towards the future. Successfully treated for stomatitis, this soulful mini house panther has an ingratiating way of slipping into your heart.
So powerful is his triumphant spirit that he is welcoming new relationships with cats and humans, hoping each interaction will lead him to his intended home. Linus is looking for a predictable life after all he’s survived and would do best in a home with children over age six.
To adopt any of the Animal League America’s adorable adoptables, contact [email protected] for more information today!
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