I’m Dutch, a beautiful girl with ears pointing in all directions. I’m around 1-2 years old and 50 pounds, and I appear to be some kind of shepherd mix. I was surrendered by my owner, who wasn’t able to care for me. I come with lots of handy skills – for example, I’m house trained and crate trained! I get along with most other dogs and would do very well with a canine big brother to show me the ropes. The city’s not too bad, but I really wish I were a country dog with lots of room to run.
I’m urgent because: I need a stable, loving home where I can relax and have fun.
It’s me, Felix! I’m a bouncy, exuberant boy dog who’s looking for a playmate! If you’ve got treats, you have my full attention. I’m around 1-2 years old, but no one ever taught me manners as a puppy, so I’m working hard to catch up. My ideal adopter will continue my training with lots of love and patience. To know me is to love me, so come down and meet me!
I’m urgent because: I need plenty of exercise and enrichment to reach my potential.
I’m Sammie, a 2-4 year old male tabby with handsome gold eyes. I like to play and chase toys, but I’m also content just to lounge around the house. I’m not a fan of dogs or other cats, so I’d prefer to be an only pet. I would love to be your new best friend!
I’m urgent because: Most animal lovers out there already have a dog or cat, so I need extra help finding a pet-free home!
I’m Alice, a long-haired stunner who’s looking for my person. I’ma mellow, laid-back 6-10 year old girl who was found as a stray. (Can you believe it, a gorgeous lady like me out on the streets?) I enjoy exploring my surroundings, nibbling on treats, and being pet gently, but mostly I like to spend my days lounging around and looking beautiful. Wouldn’t you love to have a gal like me around the house?
I’m urgent because: I love to soak up attention, and as nice as everyone is to me at the adoption center, I deserve to be loved by my very own person!
If you are interested in adopting any of these wonderful pets, contact PAWS Adoption Center by stopping by 100 N. 2nd Street or calling (215) 238-9901.