Harley, Rosie, Millie and Bruce 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.
Harley is a wonderful, special cat deserving of a caring family to give him the loving home he deserves. He came from a hoarder home and was overweight, disheveled and a diabetic. Harley has lost weight and looks great. Currently he’s receiving a much reduced amount of insulin each day, and it’s our hope that he will eventually not need the insulin shots. Please let his success, not his disability, open your heart and home to him. He is great with other cats, and especially enjoys the companionship and petting that anyone will give him. He’s very sweet and just loves to hang out. Please open your heart and home to our special Harley!
If you’re interested in meeting Harley or fostering/adopting him 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.
Rosie is a sweet, young dog. She is a great family dog, and has lived in a foster home with a trainer, children and other dogs. Rosie needs a family that understands that she has lots of energy and needs to be busy, but she does have a calm, quiet side. She needs a fenced yard and lots of exercise. Rosie loves attention and will happily curl up on a couch with you. She loves to roll on her back for belly rubs, and she will practically fall asleep when she gets one.
Millie is a 3-year-old American Staffordshire terrier. She came to the shelter after being found tied to a fence post. Millie’s very playful and energetic and the fact that she was abandoned has not bothered her. She would like to be in a home where she could be doted on as the only animal and given the attention she deserves. Millie knows some commands, is attentive and takes treats gently from your hand. She would make a wonderful and enthusiastic exercise partner.
If you’re interested in meeting Millie or fostering/adopting her, 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.
Bruce is as cute as a button! Bruce and his four siblings were all born to a mother that had been living outdoors. Now that he’s been saved from a street life, he’s ready to meet his new family!