On August 11, 2021

Featured Pets for Aug. 11-17, 2021

6‐year‐old. Neutered male. Rotti mix. Black and tan. I love to catch the ball and run with it! My new family will want to make sure they have lots of tennis balls.

Rutland County Humane Society, 765 Stevens Road, Pittsford, VT • (802) 483-6700 • Tues. – Sat. 12-5p.m. Closed Sun. & Mon. • www.rchsvt.org

Ball chaser seeks ball thrower! Turnip is a 2-year-old Lab mix that was in a high intake shelter in Georgia. Turnip is a very sweet boy that walks well on a leash, loves people and food and of course his most favorite thing to do is chase tennis balls! He does well with most dogs and cats. Turnip would love a fenced in yard to run around in and a family to love. If you would like to adopt him please go to our website spfldhumane.org and fill out an application.

Springfield Humane Society, 401 Skitchewaug Trail, Springfield, VT • (802) 885-3997 •  *Adoptions will be handled online until further notice. spfldhumane.org

“I’m an 8-year-old spayed female. I arrived when a kind individual found me and brought me here. I am not that old, but my age is catching up with me. My joints are a little sore these days. I enjoy affection and a good conversation at times, too. I am not the most vocal feline but I do get pleasure out of a chatty session from time to time. If you are looking for a sweet, gentle gal to snuggle with and keep you company, please call today to learn more about me!”

Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society, 4832 VT-44, Windsor, VT • (802) 484-5829 •  *(By appointment only at this time.) Tues. – Sat. 12-4 p.m. & Thurs. 12-7 p.m. • lucymac.org

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