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Pet of the Week - October 29, 2012

  • Written by Homeward Pet Adoption

Zachary POWThis charming little fellow is named Zachary! He is a young 10-year-old, weighing in at only16 pounds.

Zachary is outgoing and very active for his age. He enjoys walking, socializing and being with his people.

His personality can be best described as confident and forward.

He experienced some conflicts revolving around space and resources in his former home, so he is looking for an experienced owner who can provide him with structure, guidance and boundaries.

Zachary is seeking an adult-only home (no children please) where he can be the only pet. Zachary will be a great pet for the right person. Please come and visit him and speak with our adoption staff if you are interested in giving him a home!

See all our adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

If you aren’t ready to adopt a new family member, you can still help us care for the dogs and cats at Homeward Pet! Shelter Essentials are items we use daily, 365 days a year, to care for every cat, dog, puppy or kitten from the moment they arrive at Homeward Pet until they find their forever homes. Please visit homewardpet.org/shelteressentials for more information.

Pet of the Week - October 22, 2012

  • Written by Homeward Pet Adoption Center
Wisky POWLooking for an affectionate, playful young cat?

Come meet Wisky, a beautiful medium-haired one-year-old female.

She was rescued by a neighbor who noticed her owner was not caring for her, and now Wisky is ready for a new home where she will be spoiled rotten.

This petite girl loves to talk, play with toys and be carried around on your shoulder.

We think that she would probably do best as the only cat in her household because she enjoys being the center of attention.

With her silky black fur, bright yellow eyes and confident personality Wisky is quite the cat!

Come meet Wisky at Homeward Pet Adoption Center!

We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between noon and 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.

See all our adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

Homeward Pet wants your pet to have the best form of identification available.

Pet of the Week - October 8, 2012

  • Written by Homeward Pet Adoption

Augusta

This petite and neat 2-year- old gray tabby just can’t be beat. She looks and behaves just like a kitten. In her case, she is living the adage: You are never too old to have a happy childhood. Augusta came from an unhealthy household where the cat population soon got out of control. A Good Samaritan intervened to help the kitties and brought them to us.

This little ball of energy loves to play with any toys she can find.

When Augusta exhausts herself, she is then ready for human cuddle time. Come on in and meet this kitten-cat and fall in love with her just like we have.

We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between noon and 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.

See all our adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

Homeward Pet wants your pet to have the best form of identification available.

Bring your cat or dog to Homeward Pet between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Friday October 12 and Saturday October 13 to be microchipped and registered for free while supplies last. All animals brought in for microchipping must be spayed or neutered.

Pet of the Week - October 1, 2012

  • Written by Homeward Pet Adoption

Romeo POWRomeo is a friendly 3-year-old Chihuahua mix who was rescued from an overcrowded California shelter. He weighs about eight pounds and is looking for an owner who would like a personable small companion.

With the exception of guarding his food from other dogs, he is otherwise good with them. He has not been introduced to cats to our knowledge; he might have success with a cat that is accustomed to dogs. Romeo loves car rides and playing with his toys. He’s also eager to demonstrate the commands he knows. Romeo really cherishes his space and belongings and can be possessive at times, so we are recommending that he be placed in an adult home with an owner who is familiar with smaller breed dogs. Homes with older teenagers will also be considered if the match seems right. This intelligent little guy is a true lap dog who wants to go home soon.

We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between noon and 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.

See all our adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

Homeward Pet wants your pet to have the best form of identification available.  Bring your cat or dog to Homeward Pet between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., October 12- 13 to be microchipped and registered for FREE while supplies last. All animals brought in for microchipping must be spayed or neutered.

Pet of the Week - September 24, 2012

  • Written by Homeward Pet Adoption

butch POWThis handsome cat is living proof that some of us don’t get older, we just get better.

He may be 14 years old, however he acts like a much younger guy.

Butch is in good health and we recently gave him a dental cleaning so he now has shiny pearly whites.

This blue eyed (and slightly crossed) Siamese mix is a big boy and is declawed, but that doesn’t prevent him from climbing up into your lap.

He and a couple other cats were surrendered to a shelter in eastern Washington as their humans had lost their homes, possibly due to the recent fires.

He is at Homeward now, but a shelter is no place for a senior cat to spend his retirement years, so we are hopeful that this “looker” will charm someone very soon. Could it be you?

Come meet Butch at Homeward Pet! We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between noon and 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.

See all our adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

Homeward Pet wants your pet to have the best form of identification available.  Bring your cat or dog to Homeward Pet between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., October 12-13 to be microchipped and registered for free while supplies last.

All animals brought in for microchipping must be spayed or neutered.