Adorable Adoptables from the Monmouth County SPCA

ParadiseHi, my name is Paradise and I looking for a home to call my own.  I am
about 3 years old and I am a terrier mix who is very young at heart.
My last family kept me outside so I am looking forward to being able
to find a place where I can snuggle up indoors to be kept safe and
warm.
I can be shy when first meeting new people so please be patient with
me-as soon as I get to know you, we will be the best of friends. Since
I am a sensitive kind of guy I really like a nice quiet setting where
things are calm and relaxing.  And please no kids, they scare me!!!!
This was why my last family had to give me up :-(

I am a very energetic guy who loves to take nice long walks in the
park.  I have made lots of new friends who like to take me out for
play time and a game of fetch.  I may be adorable, but I am also a
smart boy who is learning some basic commands and since I am food
motivated, I learn pretty quickly.
I do love my new friends especially when they scratch my side and give
me lots of pets.  I would love nothing more than to find a new best
friend that I can snuggle up with reflect on our day together!!!

Please contact the Monmouth County SPCA for more information at
732-542-5962. Inquiries can also be sent to adoptions@monmouthcountyspca.org

 

AnnaHello, I’m Anna. I am about 2 years young. I came to the SPCA when my
owner discovered that they were allergic to me. A few days after I
came to the shelter I had a surprise for my caregivers; when they came
to give me breakfast I had four new roommates!
I was so proud being new mom, and enjoyed caring for my little babies.
However, when it was time for my kittens to go to their new homes I
was alone and very sad. In my last home I spent a lot of time with the
young boy who lived there. I used to let him pet and hold me; I guess
my connection with youngsters is just a mom thing. But now I’m not
feeling as friendly.

Everyone here at the MCSPCA has been really nice.  I’ve been so down
since my kittens went home and they have been doing all they can to
cheer me up.  I get good food, toys, and comforting visits from my
volunteer friends.  I’m not ready to come out and roam around the
cattery, but I don’t mind when people pet me in my room.

I wish I could tell my friends that I appreciate what they are doing
to make me feel better, but I think that a new home with a nice,
understanding, patient family would help cheer me up and get me
feeling like myself again.

Please contact the Monmouth County SPCA for more information at
732-542-5962. Inquiries can also be sent to adoptions@monmouthcountyspca.org