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Pet of the week - Dec. 22, 2014

  • Written by From Homeward Pet Adoption

This cool-looking cat with the easygoing personality is Mr. Tom! Mr. Tom is a 2-year-old brown tabby with charm and love to offer his new family.

mr tom 2Mr. Tom is a social and playful teddy bear who has quickly become a favorite with volunteers and staff at Homeward Pet. He blossoms in quiet and calm environments and does well with older kids that can give him time to settle in.
Mr. Tom is FIV-positive, an easy illness to manage by keeping Mr. Tom indoors only and as the only cat in the home. We’re not sure about his history with dogs, so slow introductions are recommended.

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Pet of the week - Dec. 15, 2014

  • Written by From Homeward Pet Adoption

POW RudyThis boisterous, red-colored dachshund mix is Rudy! He is a 2-year-old boy with spunk and love to spare! Rudy enjoys belly rubs, play time and going to the park. He weighs just under 14 pounds and would love going everywhere with his people. He does best with confident dog owners who provide him with daily training and boundaries. This boy bonds quickly to his people and is ready to start his next adventure with you. Come and meet this active and engaging fellow today! Rudy is waiting at Homeward Pet to meet you!

Homeward Pet is located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and is open for visitors between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. See all their adoptable cats, kittens, dogs and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

Sometimes a little extra help feeding a pet can make the difference in whether someone has to give up their beloved friend or not.

This holiday season, join with Homeward Pet for the fourth annual Holiday Pet Food Drive to help animals and families in need in our community. Now through Dec. 31, drop off your generous dog or cat food donation to Homeward Pet between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. or at any of the participating locations listed on our website, www.homewardpet.org.

Pet of the week - Dec. 8, 2014

  • Written by From Homeward Pet Adoption

POW MommaMiaThis lady-like cat with the striking orange and brown stripes is Momma Mia! She is a 4-year-old torbie who would love to be your well-mannered companion.

Momma Mia was found with her litter of kittens under someone’s porch and is now here at Homeward Pet to start her new life. She is a shy girl looking for a mellow and calm household that will set her up for success. She enjoys quiet time and lots of petting! We are unsure how she does with other animals so slow introductions are recommended.

This pretty and petite gal will make a wonderful addition to a loving home! Come and meet Momma Mia today!

Homeward Pet is located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and is open for visitors between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. See all their adoptable cats, kittens, dogs and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

Pet of the week - Dec. 1, 2014

  • Written by From Homeward Pet Adoption

This floppy-eared Retriever mix has enthusiasm for life! Hooch is a confident and energetic 8-month-old with limitless potential.

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Pet of the Week - Nov. 24, 2014

  • Written by From Homeward Pet Adoption

POW SergioandStarergio the Siamese boy and Starr the brown tabby girl are waiting at Homeward to be adopted together. You won’t meet a more loving cat duo than these two!

Sergio and Starr enjoy petting, play time and lounging around the home. Sergio is a social and talkative boy who is 9 years old. Starr is a quiet and mellow 8-year-old with an ultra-soft, long coat. These kitties have never lived with dogs before so slow introductions are recommended.
Sergio and Starr would love to join your family so come to Homeward and meet this adoring pair.
Homeward Pet is located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and is open for visitors between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday.

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

November is Adopt-A-Senior-Pet-Month and Homeward Pet Adoption Center has some wonderful senior dogs and cats to consider as new family members. Cats and dogs at the shelter are considered seniors at the age of eight years and older. Senior animals have a lot to offer to their new home including unconditional love, a mellow temperament, and a foundation of training and good house manners. Visit www.homewardpet.org to see if your forever dog or cat is waiting for you.