Spotlight on Senior Pets

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Posted on: Wed January 18 2017 by HSPC

Love gets better with age!  We have some beautiful and loving senior dogs and cats that need some special attention to find their forever homes.  Please consider one or more of these babies - they deserve to be in a home for their golden years!

 

ZOEY

Zoey is a beautiful 10 year old Lab mix that has been waiting to be adopted for way too long. Zoey came to the HSPC in February 2015 as an owner surrender and she would love nothing more than to have a family and home to call her own. Zoey is an affectionate girl and she is very devoted to her human friends. She loves to just sit next to you and be petted. While Zoey loves people, she does not get along well with other dogs, so it would be best if she could find a home where she is the only dog in the house. However, a house with older dogs may be a fit - we would just need to bring your pets to visit Zoey and see if it could be a match!

Questions about Zoey?  E-mail us or call us at (501) 227-6166

 

 

BUSTER

Buster is a big beautiful kitty that is looking for a quiet home with a warm lap to curl up in. Buster is 10 years old and he had surgery last year on both of his knees due to a rare congenital disease (medially luxating patella). Buster will always limp due to his knee surgeries and he will need an owner that will help him watch his weight too. Buster enjoys being petted and taking long naps and he certainly deserves to find his forever home. Be Buster's hero and bring him home with you today!

Questions about Buster?  E-mail us or call us at (501) 227-6166

 

MOE MOE

Moe Moe came to the us in November of 2016 because his long-time owner passed away. He's a very big boy, coming in at 15lbs, and loves getting petted and talked to! Moe Moe is looking for a new forever home. Come see what a wonderful boy he is today!

Questions about Moe Moe?  E-mail us or call us at (501) 227-6166

 

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