PIERCETON — November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month. All month long, the Animal Welfare League is celebrating “golden year” pets.
Just like a fine pinot noir, Corbin has aged really well. This five-year-old, neutered, male Labrador/Shepherd mix has just as much energy now as he did when he was a pup. He has a tan and white coat and weighs 71 pounds. Corbin loves to run and play, so he would do best with an active family that can give him daily exercise. If you have other pets and/or children, he would like to meet them. Call to make an appointment to meet Corbin today. He’d make an excellent personal trainer.
Corbin’s adoption fee is $105.
Ally is here to tell you how to survive the rest of 2020. Step 1: Find a cozy spot to lounge and get plenty of rest. Step 2: Eat lots of yummy snacks. Step 3: Adopt Ally and she will love you unconditionally “furever.” Ally is a one-year-old, spayed, female Domestic Short Hair mix. She has a tabby and white coat and bright green eyes. Ally weighs 10 pounds and loves to cuddle, does well with other cats and people of all ages. She also enjoys playing with string toys. Ally is looking for a calm environment where she can take lots of naps and eat to her heart’s content. Make an appointment to hang out with Ally today.
Ally’s adoption fee is $70.
For more information on adoption or to schedule an appointment, contact the AWL at (574) 267-3008.