Miss Miley is a 5½-month-old sweet, snuggly, curious troublemaker who is also pretty funny. She is a cattle mix. She may eventually be pretty big. Miley is almost house-trained and has been using the bell to let her foster mom know she needs to go out. Miley is fully crate-trained.
Miley loves her people but takes a little bit to warm up to new people. Once she does, she is a wiggly, tail-wagging happy girl. She does have a few fear issues that need to be worked through but is super food motivated and learns very quickly.
Miley would be great with another dog, as she gets along great with both of the foster dogs and some other small four-leggers who have come to visit. She hasn’t had any exposure to young children.
She is up to date on vaccines and a wonderful little girl who is looking for her new family. If you have any questions about her, email her foster at email@example.com. ••
Remi and Sadie were dumped at a park a few months ago to try to survive on their own. A very kind-hearted man found them and started to care for them. He went at least three times a day to feed them, play with them, make sure they were safe, and no harm came to them. He even bought them a small shelter and toys.
One day, a volunteer was walking and saw the cats, the man and another woman sitting in the park and went up and started talking to them. Together, they decided it was too dangerous for these sweet cats to be living in the park, so they took the cats back to the volunteer’s house.
Remi and Sadie are bonded and must be adopted together. Both are so happy to be in a home and safe. As soon as you start to pet one, the other one comes over because she also wants to be petted. After living in a park for a few months, noises in the house would startle them, but they are adjusting so well now. Both girls can be a little shy at first, but warm up very quickly. They are the sweetest girls and just love attention.
Remi and Sadie, 14 months old, are spayed and up to date on vaccines, and tested negative for the feline leukemia and immunodeficiency viruses.
Details are at https://nar.rescuegroups.org/animals/detail?AnimalID=18573682.
For more information or to volunteer at Northeast Animal Rescue, visit nar.rescuegroups.org. ••