Help Gabriel, Lucky, Faithy and Maisy Mae Find Forever Homes [NJ Pets of the Week]
Help us find these pets homes by sharing this information with family members and friends who may be interested in adopting a shelter pet.
Gabriel was abandoned in his home with five other animals. He’s a sweet and loving boy that enjoys being petted. He’s been neutered and is scheduled to get some dental care to fix issues with his teeth.
If you’re interested in meeting Gabriel or fostering/adopting him, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can download a PDF copy of the adoption application form here or you can see more adoptable cats from Sammy’s Hope here.
Here’s handsome Lucky, a young American Staffordshire terrier mix. He’s approximately 60 pounds, neutered, up-to-date on shots, and heart worm negative. He’s also crate and house-trained. He is currently in a foster home with two adult humans and two adult Border Collies. Lucky is very sociable and enjoys daily walks, romps in a fenced-in-yard, squeaky toys, tummy rubs and treats. He gets along with other animals and would make a nice pet for a family with no small children. Lucky is energetic, playful and curious to see and smell everything. What he loves the most though, is getting lots of attention from people.
If you’re interested in learning more about Lucky or to schedule a visit, email email@example.com. Find more of EASEL’s adoptable dogs, puppies here or download a PDF copy of the application form here.
Faithy is an American Staffordshire terrier mix. She’s a shy little girl, but very sweet. She has a crate in her run and that’s where she spends most of her time.
If you’re interested in meeting Faithy or fostering/adopting her, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can download a PDF copy of the application form here or you can see more adoptable dogs from Sammy’s Hope here.
Adopt Maisy Mae
Maisy Mae is about 3-years-old, and desperately needs a special, loving home. She was surrendered to her veterinarian due to her owner’s declining health. She’s nervous and doesn’t understand why her life has been turned upside down. Maisy is very cautious with people, but once you get to know her she will warm up to you. She needs a home very similar to what she had, which no children or other animals. She needs a very patient owner who will give her time to adjust to her new situation. Maisy Mae becomes over-stimulated easily, and hisses to show her stress. She needs to know that she will able to be by herself to calm down. She will do well with a person, or two, who is willing to give her time to get to know them and her new home.