Animal League News

Hi… my name is Beauregard,

Adopted with Moonlight and Lexington 8-17-19

When your mom says, “Loves life, very outgoing, loves to be petted, great with all types of animals and people of all ages,” you know it was a tearful day for her when she had to relinquish me and my housemates, Kimo and Hattie Mae. Divorce is never pretty, but when it involves losing cherished pets, it’s even harder (on both humans and animals). She would have taken us all in a heartbeat, but she had to move out of state to a place that didn’t allow pets (I think those places should be outlawed!). I’m a 3 1/2-year-old Russian Blue, and if all those attributes have gotten your attention, come meet me – you’ll be wowed!

Arrived 8-2-19

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Hi… my name is Brandi,

Adopted 8-11-19

Thanks for looking at my pictures. My biography is under construction. Please stop back again to read about me or… even better… stop in at TALGV to meet me soon. Kennels are open 10-2 every day.

FOUND – Arrived 6-29-19

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Hi… my name is Sasha (aka Charcoal),

Adopted 5-8-19

It’s not always true that “big is better,” but in my case, yeah, it is! I’m a Russian Blue gentleman who was happily living with my mom until a parent came to live with us and for some unfathomable reason (to me!), we didn’t get along. So here I am, all 22 pounds of me, hoping there’s a “big guy” loving person out there looking for the same kind of friendship I am! Mom said I ADORED being cuddled and sleeping with her, and followed her around from room to room (although I could be a door-dasher, so be careful there!), so come meet me and we’ll talk about how great our lives together can be!

Arrived 4-22-19

 

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Hi… my name is Fuzzy,

Adopted 7-23-19

I’m not sure where my name originated (maybe I was a fuzzy kitten?), as my coat’s silky smooth now! And there’s a lot of it, ‘cause I’m a “big-boned girl,” but I’m pretty much all love (as long as you’re not picking me up — I’m a bit too big to enjoy that)! I’m a sweet, declawed Russian Blue who’s laid back and independent, but I adore having my head rubbed (like lots of cats – I don’t know why humans aren’t into that!). I’ve lived (and gotten along with) a dog in my former home, and although initially shy with strangers, I warm up quickly and become your best friend. Maybe I can be yours?

Arrived 4-5-19

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Hi… my name is Vinnie,

Adopted 4-24-19

I’ve come to believe that sometimes even the broken road takes you where you need to go. I was adopted but then my person went back to school, then someone moved and someone else took me, but I didn’t get along with her dogs (I arrived with some minor wounds from that), and so I’m here. Yes, all this has made me a little shy and wary, but you probably know what I’m hoping for—that someone will see my potential. Someone will know that what I need is a little guidance, some kindness, and lots of love. I’m a strong guy (so you should be, too), who’s eager to learn how to trust again and how to please, and my greatest strength is my heart. Will you let me give it to you?

Arrived 1-11-17; Adopted 4-10-17; Arrived 11-19-18

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Hi… my name is Smudge,

Adopted 4-20-18

What is it with some humans? I know the majority of them are really great, caring creatures, but a few of them, well, I think they were WAY at the back of the line when compassion was handed out! The people who owned my two canine friends and me moved away at the beginning of winter last year and just left all of us to fend for ourselves. Luckily there were neighbors that fed us now and then, but life was pretty touch and go most of the time, so I’m SO glad I’m finally here now. I’m an affection-craving, 5-year-old Russian Blue mix boy who will be the most grateful companion ever when you give me my own, never-have-to-leave home. I’ll bet yours would be perfect!

Arrived 4-9-18

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Hi… my name is Rudy,

Adopted 1-19-18

Thanks for looking at my pictures. My biography is under construction. Please stop back again to read about me or… even better… stop in at TALGV to meet me soon. Kennels are open 10-2 every day.

Arrived 1-6-18

Note: Photos taken 1-11-18

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Mya

Adopted 11-3-17

Mya is a beautiful 5-year-old Russian Blue girl with soft blue-gray short hair and golden eyes who needs a new home as owner is moving in with family member who is allergic to cats.

Mya is good mannered, mellow, and relaxed. She gets along with other cats, small calm dogs, and kids over 10. She has been spayed, is in good health, and always uses her litterbox. She can be shy with strangers and does not like to be held for long periods. There is No Adoption Fee. If you would give this special cat a loving inside home, please call Cassie between 8 AM and 8 PM at 520-403-1806.

September 20, 2017

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Hi… my name is Grayson,

Adopted 12-28-17

You know cat carriers aren’t the most comfortable places to spend much time for ONE full-grown cat let alone three! But that’s what happened with my friends, Blackberry, Marmalade, and me! The cat volunteers found us that way one morning and I can’t BEGIN to tell you how happy we all were to be released! In addition to the cramped quarters, our lovely fur was matted to the skin, so a good grooming just added to the joy of freedom! It’s hard to believe we were abandoned, as all of us are totally delightful, outgoing, people-loving boys who will spend the rest of our lives making YOURS a joy! I’m a 3-year-old grey (surprise!) Russian Blue with so much love to give it’ll just take your breath away!

Arrived 9-10-17

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Hi… my name is Lady Grey,

Adopted 10-14-17

Comes with FREE Vet Care for Life

You can make lots of yummy things with Velveeta cheese, but for me, it’s a special treat when I get my daily dose of thyroid medicine! As an 11-year-old lady (with free vet care), I’ve developed an overactive thyroid, but it’s kept in check quite nicely with just half a pill a day in a glob of that great orange stuff! And then I’m ready to spend time either joining you watching TV or reading or just curling up in bed. People say I’m shy, but once I get to know and trust you, I love to cuddle and have my belly rubbed. I do miss my mom, who recently died, but in another quiet home, I’m sure you and I can have a new beginning!

Arrived 5-15-17; Adopted 5-24-17; Arrived 9-5-17

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Hi… my name is Moose,

Adopted 2-17-19

Can a big guy like me be called a sweetie? YES! … if the name fits—and for me, it does! I’m a 2-year-old, 83-pound Staffie mix male; my coat is blue gray and white, and my heart is gold. You’ll know that when we meet, but in the meantime I’ll share my story. I was found running around a local neighborhood. My rescuer stopped, saw that I was hot and thirsty (drooling), so she opened the door to her truck and I jumped in. (Guess you could call me a trusting soul, too.) Here at TALGV, they love me for being an easygoing guy who walks well on a leash and welcomes friends. (Confidentially, they also say they love my cute face.) So if you’re looking for a loving, loyal companion, I’m your guy.

Arrived 7-17-17

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Hi… my name is Boscoe,

Adopted 3-17-18

“Boscoe is by far the most impressive canine guest I’ve ever had.” That’s one highlight from the feedback shared by my dear friend after I spent a wonderful weekend at home with his family. And there’s more: “Boscoe was very patient and gentle with my 5-year-old, took treats from her with great manners.” Outside Dunkin’ Donuts, I was “well behaved and great with everyone who approached and petted.” At the Pecan Festival, I “handled everything SUPERBLY!” I was accident-free in the house all weekend, eager to please, calm (can be a couch potato), and just love being with people. A 68-pound, 3-year-old Staffie mix male, “Dogs like Boscoe come around once or twice in a lifetime,” my friend said. “He’s going to make someone’s home warmer, brighter, and happier.” I sure hope that home is with you!

Arrived 3-18-17

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