Friday, May 20, 2022
Muffin and Schmeagle. Connecticut Humane Society
Muffin and Schmeagle came to the Connecticut Humane Society together. Muffin is a multi-colored long-haired Himalayan or Ragdoll mix and has been adopted. Schmeagle is an all black short-haired kitty and has found a home. Schmeagle is a super outgoing girl who loves attention and will seek out a person to snuggle with. If you are looking for an incredible cat to warm your home with love and purrs, come in to meet Schmeagle! She would prefer to live in a home with teens and adults and would enjoy a home with other cats but is afraid of dogs. Come and meet her at the Westport Branch of the Connecticut Humane Society.
Joe-Pye. Connecticut Humane SocietyJoe-Pye is an adorable dog with stumpy little legs and a super playful personality! This Bassett Hound/Lab Mix is about 2 years old, neutered and up to date on all vaccinations. He loves to play with teens and adults AND other dogs but he would prefer a home without cats. Joe-Pye is a goofy boy with a heart of gold. Although a bit shy at first meeting, he warms up easily and we’re sure he’ll bond very closely to his new family. When you meet this adorable pup you’ll want to take him right home for a good game of tug and a comfy nap on the couch. Come meet Joe-Pye today at the Westport branch of the Connecticut Humane Society!
Maggie. Connecticut Humane Society
Maggie can be a bit shy at first but she is very very sweet once she gets comfortable. She loves attention and would really enjoy a home with older children and adults. She is eager to find a home where she can be your one and only furry friend since and just wants to make you happy. If you think Maggie could be the one for you, come to meet her today at the Westport branch of the CT Humane Society.
Blue. Westport Animal Control
Blue is a young (approximately 10 months) blue nose pit mix that loves to play. He is affectionate with everyone he meets and would make a great addition to someone with an active lifestyle. He is a real favorite with the staff and volunteers of Westport Animal Control, and he is gaining some much needed weight under their care. He’s quite a handsome boy!
Nicolet and Simone. Westport Animal Control
Since meeting this adorable duo I’ve become a charter member of the bichon fan club. They were abandoned at Westport Animal Control, and they became instant French starlets with the staff and volunteers. They are sweet, affectionate, love to be held, get along with other dogs, housebroken – and just divine. They are very devoted to each other and need to be adopted together. So, don your beret, give a call to Westport Animal Control (203-341-5076) to schedule a time to meet them and get ready to lose your heart.