Henry is a stallion whose eyes will make you lose your footing. Henry is a (about) 4 year old pit mix patiently waiting for his new family. This smart guy loves making new human friends and gets along well with other dogs, but would rather not share his home with cats. His ideal day would include waking up next to his human best friend, going for a long walk, having breakfast, lounging a bit, taking another walk, playing, taking a nap, having dinner, relaxing with his best friend at side of the fireplace. , take another walk, play some more, then slip into his warm bed for the night. Does this sound like the perfect day to you? Henry would like to meet you. Henry is currently attending the Midstate Veteran Training Program and is now accepting applications. If you would like to meet him, call Wanderers’ Rest Humane Association at 315-697-2796 to schedule a time to meet him.
Isn’t donut the cutest guy in the world? Donut came to the shelter as a stray with his mother and siblings when he was just a baby, around 2 months old. Unfortunately he grew up here and has been here for over a year now. All of her siblings were adopted and even her mother, Barb, was adopted. Donut is a very shy kitty so no one chooses him. He lives in a group chat room here and gets on very well with many other cats. Who can give this shy guy a chance? Donut is neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $80. To apply for Donut adoption, go to www.anitas-sshs.org/adopt/apply/Cat. Anita’s Stevens-Swan Humane Society, 5664 Horatio St., Utica, 315-738-4357, www.anitas-sshs.org.
Just look at that face! Harvest is a one and a half year old pit bull mix puppy who is super friendly and affectionate. She has an outgoing personality and is a real person. If you are an active family looking for an energetic dog, this is the one for you! She definitely needs an outlet for all her positive energy. To add even more to her list of wonderful qualities, she is dog-friendly, tolerant of cats, and gets along well with older children. Harvest can “sit” and “shake” on command and she is a pro at tug of war. You can’t go wrong with this girl—–she would be a charming and energetic addition to any household. To visit Harvest, stop by the Humane Society of Rome, 6247 Lamphear Road, call 315-336-7070 or go to www.humanesocietyrome.com.