WARSAW – This week’s Animal Welfare League’s “Pets of the Week” are Gracie Mae, the dog, and Halycon, the cat.
Gracie Mae was disappointed to hear that the 2020 Olympics was postponed to next year. She was looking forward to the high jump as she herself can leap quite high. Gracie Mae is a four-year-old, spayed female, American Staffordshire Terrier mix. She is black with dark brindle coloring and weighs 55 pounds.
She is a strong girl and would do best being walked with a harness. Gracie is super smart and knows commands such as sit and shake. With the promise of a good treat, she is sure to learn even more tricks. This friendly and happy-go-lucky girl is looking for an active family that will give her lots of love, exercise and playtime. Come meet Gracie Mae today.
Gracie Mae’s adoption fee is $130.
In Greek Mythology the Halcyon bird was said to be so powerful she could calm the wild rough ocean every December so she could nest. The word halcyon has since been used to describe times of peace and tranquility. It is just the sort of “furever” home Halcyon the cat is looking for.
This golden-eyed girl is a one-year-old, Domestic Short Hair mix. She is white with tabby patches and weighs 6 and a half pounds. Halcyon is a gentle kitty who loves to be cuddled and pet. She is hoping to be adopted by a loving family that will let her explore her surroundings and have a nice big window to watch the world. Come visit Halcyon today.
Halcyon’s adoption fee is $70.