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Adoption Stories - Don't you love a happy ending?

Would you like to share your Shelter to Home adoption story? We would love to hear from you. Email us and title your email "My Adoption Story" and remember to include pictures!!

If you are looking for a faithful friend, please click on the Petfinder link at the top of this page to view our pets, or visit us at the Pet Adoption Center on Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 5pm. You know you want to cuddle up with a furry bundle of unconditional love!!!

From the foster home of Darrell Condict:

Our old man, The Professor, went to his forever home this week. A lady and her son were at Petsmart, saw him and fell in love with his looks, personality & story. He was surrendered because his owner didn't have time for him anymore (at 7 years old.) The new owners like to adopt cats that no one else wants. When I told her how long he had been in foster care, it was basically a done deal.

He was a bit of a grump and spoiled by us while we had him. He doesn't like wet cat food but LOVES tuna. I told his new mom and she said "Don't worry because he will be spoiled with us, and if he wants tuna, that's what he will get!"

Have a great life, old deserve it!!!

adopt2From the foster home of Lori Wend:

After a long stay at WAC, a few weeks at the Wend house and 20 hours at Petsmart Allen found his home!!! He went home with his new mom, however he will be living next door to her for a short time.

He will be an 82-year-old woman company because she just lost her Yorkie and has been crying for 3 weeks out of loneliness. So, Barbara's daughter, Linda picked herself out a super cat feline and will see him every day as she checks on mom! When it's time Allen will be moving back home with Linda! Only hiccup is Linda fell head over heels for him!

Allen will have a wonderfully loved life!!!!!!!!! I feel fortunate to have touched his life, he's a good one!

From the foster home of Shelley Bawol:

His name is Jackson…Action Jackson! He was all shake, rattle and roll since I brought him home. He even rattled me so much…when he broke out with what appeared to be ringworm. The animal Gods threw me a break on that one! He is now living in his new home and will keep his name!

Live a long life loved stinker…give em’ Hell!!!!

~Action is the antidote to despair. ~ Joan Baez

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