Royce, Trooper, Nina and Suzie need forever homes [NJ Pets of the Week]
NJ101.5 has partnered with local animal rescue organizations EASEL Animal Rescue League and Friends of EMAS (Edison Municipal Animal Shelter) to feature adoptable local pets in need of homes. Help us find these pets homes by sharing this information with family members and friends who may be interested in adopting a shelter pet.
Royce is a tiny little panther with a ferociously large heart. She is very warm and friendly. While she seems to be a little cautious, we believe that she will blossom once in her forever home.
If you’re interested in meeting Royce or fostering/adopting her please email us at EAS@edisonnj.org. You can see more adoptable cats from Friends of EMAS here or download a PDF copy of the application form here.
Poor Nina appears to have been dumped after she had puppies. She was very scared when she first came to the shelter, but she’s warmed up since. Nina cries for attention and would very much like to have a home. She’s very sweet, has a gentle personality and bonds to people instantly. Nina would be best as the only animal since she’s not good with dogs or cats.
If you’re interested in learning more about Nina or to schedule a visit, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Find more of EASEL’s adoptable dogs and puppies here or download a PDF copy of the application form here.
Trooper is a very handsome, 4-year-old American Staffordshire terrier mix. He thoroughly enjoys long walks, especially if he’s walking beside another dog. He is attentive and enjoys taking treats gently from your hand. Trooper came into the shelter as a stray and knows some commands. He is energetic and woud do well with an individual that would enjoy playing with him and give him plenty of exercise.
If you’re interested in meeting Trooper or fostering/adopting him, please email us at EAS@edisonnj.org. You can see more adoptable dogs from Friends of EMAS here or download a PDF copy of the application form here.
Suzie was trapped as part of a TNR project, but a volunteer noticed she was not a typical feral kitty so he decided to bring her home and foster her. Although colony cats tend to take a bit longer in gaining your trust, Suzie has been making huge strides and is doing rather well! Suzie loves to be pet, especially on her belly, and is becoming more and more comfortable being around other cats. She’s very loveable, and is now willing to sit with volunteers on a couch or chair. Suzie is about 4-years-old, spayed and current on her shots. All she needs now is a place to call her own and lots of love.