Grab a tissue. This is one of those things that will make you say, “OMG babe…look!” Maybe that is just me, but it happens daily when I am looking at these sites. If I could have a small farm with 50 animals ranging from cows, miniature horses, pigs, dogs, and cats, I would be so incredibly happy.
With all this being said, Saturday is National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day. Now if you do not want your significant other to get any ideas, or your kids to beg you for a pet all day, you may want to hide this from them, because I am about to blast you with the most ADORABLE pets available. Ready. Set. GO!
Let’s start with the pets that found their FUR-ever homes this week. These lucky families get to add all these little furbabies to the seasonal family picture appointment.
Meet Jack! He is a GOOD BOY! Jack is available at Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter. He is only a year old and is going to be a big boy…over 44 pounds of pure love when he is done growing up.
Oh Hello! Did you come to take me home? This is Freya. She is a sweet 4-year-old purr master looking for her favorite person. Is that you?
The Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter is always doing fun events for the animals. They also want to make sure you have the confidence and information you will need to make sure your new family member will feel right at home as they transition.
You can show off your pet AND give back to this amazing animal shelter by being a part of Give Big Event.
Other shelters around the state have so many adoptable animals, that there is always the chance to donate, whether it is monetary, food, litter, towels, etc. The list for each place is incredibly long and ongoing.
Call your local shelter today and see what kind of items are on their wishlists. YOU can make your home complete by adopting a shelter pet today!
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