Buster, JD, Jezebel, and Marley Need Homes [NJ Pets of the Week]
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Buster was found wandering as a stray but he was obviously someone’s beloved baby. Buster knows how to sit on command, how to stay, come, lie down, and how to give a paw. He excels at capturing the hearts of everyone he meets. We think he is less than a year old and probably has some more growing to do as he is only about 30 pounds right now. Come meet him quickly, we don’t think he will be with us for very long!
To meet Buster, or to schedule a visit, contact Sammy’s Hope by email at email@example.com. You can download a PDF copy of the application form here or you can see more adoptable dogs from Sammy’s Hope here.
JD, is our little black bear, all fuzzy, soft, warm and full of life and fun. With JD and his siblings, especially his brother Jax, the game is never-ending be it with a toy or even a piece of kitten chow that jumped out of the bowl. JD is just as sweet as he is fun. Pick this little guy up and he will melt into your body for a good snuggle and a belly rub. JD will be neutered on July 16, have all of his age-appropriate shots and will be ready for adoption by July 20. JD would love to be adopted with another of his siblings or he would be happy to be with your younger resident cat so he can play to his heart’s content.
This is Jezebel, a feisty sweet girl who’s looking for a loving home where she can be pet and talked to. This classic looking tiger tabby with a crook in her tail loves her window seat to soak in the sun. She is super friendly and personable, always greets visitors. She is great with other cats and would be a excellent companion.
Marley is a sweet fluffy boy who lost his way and couldn’t find his way home. He is about 1 year old, weights around 15 pounds, and came in with badly tangled fur. Marley has a great temperament, but is very active. He gets along with other animals, but can be overbearing since he is so young. Marley is a typical Pomeranian and might be dominant or territorial in your home. He would do best with someone who has experience with Pomeranians and truly understands the breed. Marley is currently in foster with both dogs and cat and doing very well. For more information, please contact his foster parent at firstname.lastname@example.org