GOTTA DANCE TO ANOTHER
Once upon a time this way-too-cool cat was adopted two years ago as a tiny kitten named Jaws because he had a funny shaped lower lip.
Now he's Yango, as gorgeous as can be (his lip is still a little funny, but you can't tell from this picture), and he has a very adorable doggy best friend.
His mom says: "Yango has grown from being a cute little confused but curious kitten to a handsome, unusually long and very intelligent cat, whose favorite activities include annoying his canine brother Spuddy (mostly by making him jealous with his cuteness), meowing, stretching out, lying on top of everything (including Macbooks, phones, and humans), kneading, sticking his butt on things, and making us laugh.
He has been such a loving addition to our family, and he really deserves to be called the 'best cat ever.' He amazes us with his character and actions everyday, and we have all learned a lot from being with him.
My significant other is a dancer, and he even often seeks inspiration from Yango's movements! Yango is also a bit of an artist, as he likes to paw at markers and pencils when we draw, and by doing this he once sketched out his own scribble that actually looked pretty good (definitely MoMa-worthy). We are forever grateful to have found each other!"
IF YOU ADOPT THIS GIRL,
CHRISTMAS WILL COME EARLY
This adorable fluffster is Princess, a seven-year old blind Shih Tzu mix, only 9 pounds.
She is yet another one of those very poorly cared for animals whose magical, ever trusting spirit burns bright.
Princess is very low key and a little slow moving, friendly with everyone and loves affection. Just needs a little guidance during walks.
Her foster mom says: "This pretty girl is super sweet! She’s friendly with everyone she meets, despite not being able to see them. She’s very mellow and quiet. She’s good with other dogs and ignores cats.
She is comfortable around the house, and knows to do her business outside. We have started taking walks on a leash, and although she is slow now, I expect her to get more comfortable with time and consistency. She can be fearful of new situations, but never barks or complains. Even though she needs some extra guidance, it has been so rewarding watching her blossom!”
A POCKET FULL OF PUPPIES!!!
These three amigos and their friends need foster homes ASAP!!
They are chihuahua pups, 9 weeks old and super sweet and adorable! Fostering will last about 2 weeks. Please email if you can help out!!!
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