See our 4 adoptable NJ pets of the week – Jade, Cinnamon, Duncan and Huey
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.
Jade is a beautiful cat at the Edison Municipal Animal Shelter. She came to the shelter with her sister Mika and they are bonded littermates. If possible, we would like to adopt them to the same home so they can remain best friends forever. Jade is such a darling! She loves to follow our volunteers around and rub against their legs. She loves to be picked up and petted. Jade is very gentle and she's just the perfect cat. Jade and Mika often sleep curled up together like kittens. They are so adorable!
If you would like to meet Jade and her sister Mika, come to the Edison Shelter’s PetSmart Adoption Center on Rt. 27 in Edison. Jade is spayed, up-to-date on her vaccinations and FIV/FeLV negative.
If you're interested in meeting Jade or adopting her, please email us at EAS@edisonnj.org or call us at 732-248-7278. You can see more adoptable cats from Friends of EMAS here or download a PDF copy of the application form here.
Cinnamon was found wandering on Bunker Hill Road on the border of Ewing and Lawrenceville and was brought to the Ewing Animal Shelter. She was covered in ticks and very scared. Now that she's become familiar with her surroundings, Cinnamon is getting more comfortable and friendly. She is in weekly training classes where she's been learning commands. She's also housebroken and chooses to wait for walks instead of going in her run. Cinnamon has also been attending weekly adoption events and has been doing very well meeting new people. She seems interested in other dogs, but is not dog-reactive.
If you’re interested in learning more about Cinnamon or to schedule a visit, email email@example.com or call 609-883-0540. Find more of EASEL’s adoptable dogs and puppies here or download a PDF copy of the application form here.
Come to the Edison Municipal Animal Shelter and meet Duncan! He came in as a stray and we think he might be a Yellow Labrador Retriever mixed with a Pit Bull Terrier. He will dazzle you with his good looks and his playful, little boy charm. Duncan is a very young boy who is filled with a lot of energy. He likes to hang out with the volunteers and staff and he especially likes treats. When the treats come out, the tail starts wagging! He also enjoys a lot of belly rubs, which puts a big smile on his face!
Duncan can pull on the leash a bit, so we are working with him to walk calmly. Every once in a while, he gets that look in his eye and starts to play tug-of-war with the leash, so you always have to be ready for it! Needless to say, we are working with him to correct this behavior and he has been responding positively. Duncan will thrive with plenty of exercise, walks, playtime, creative mental stimulation, training classes and love. A fenced-in yard is preferred, so that Duncan can have the opportunity to run and play freely.
If you're interested in meeting Duncan or fostering/adopting him, please email us at EAS@edisonnj.org or call 732-248-7278. You can see more adoptable dogs from Friends of EMAS here or download a PDF copy of the application form here.
Huey was found wondering the streets in Ewing before being brought to the Ewing Animal Shelter. This handsome black and white fellow is cautious when he first meets someone, but will quickly warm up once he knows they're friendly. He loves cat treats and being scratched. In fact, he'll respond with a deep, masculine purr as he rubs his body against you. He's an active and very affectionate cat who would make an excellent companion. Huey is about 4 years old, neutered and up-to-date on shots.
To schedule a visit to meet Huey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-883-0540. You can find more of EASEL’s adoptable cats and kittens here, or download a PDF copy of the application form here.