Chautauqua County Humane Society
Max is a 3-year-old pitbull terrier mix who is one of CCHS's lucky foster home recipients. While in foster care Max is being socialized with dogs and cats. Max is a strong dog and needs an owner who can handle his strength on a leash and someone who loves to play with tennis balls. This loving boy also has a soft side; he really likes to curl up on the couch with you for a good ear scratching. If you have room in your home and heart for Max, please call the shelter at 665-2209 so an appointment can be arranged for you to meet him.
Lakeshore Humane Society
"Pepper and Cappuccino"
These two shy little kittens were born approximately August 15, 2008. Pepper is a black male and Cappuccino is a great looking tortie. They are both quiet cats that love to be held and petted. Each of them has extra toes on the front paws. They are independent of each other, and suitable for separate adoptions, or we will give you a special discount if you would like to adopt both of them at the same time.
Please call 366-1230 to make arrangements to visit these two gentle kittens, or visit us on the Web at www.lakeshorehumanesociety.org to see them in color, download an application, or file one electronically.
Northern Chautauqua Canine Rescue
Usually when you think of Tiny you think of really small, I'm pretty small but not really Tiny, that's just my name. I'm a nice guy, a Chihuahua/ JRT mix and would make you a nice buddy. I get along with other dogs really well, but I might be a bit too much for a cat. I'm around a year old, keeping my kennel clean and just waiting for a home to call my own. Give a call at 326-PAWS or send an email to email@example.com to meet me." Other dogs available for adoption can be viewed at www.caninerescue.org.
Westfield Stray Cat Rescue
What a big beautiful boy! King Tut is a young rescued male who is recovering nicely from injuries resulting from his most recent outdoor life. He is very affectionate and we believe he must have been a pet who was abandoned. Now King Tut needs a 'royal' family of his own in a forever kingdom (home). He is white with brown and black tabby markings. He seems to get along fine with the other cats in the family. As with all of our rescues, King Tut must remain an indoor only cat.
If you would like to meet King Tut or any of the others available for adoption, call 581-0463 to make an appointment. They can be seen in their foster homes, and will be making a special appearance at !FFFfFT! ( First Friday in February for Felines Tonight at Sapore's Restaurant in Westfield on Feb. 6.