WHO'S THAT GIRL? Well if you OPEN YOUR HEART and home and give this girl ONE MORE CHANCE she could be your BEST FRIEND! If Madonna made a wish upon a LUCKY STAR she would say come to the shelter and RESCUE ME! Once you meet this MATERIAL GIRL you will realize she is CRAZY FOR YOU and you are crazy for her too.
Look at how majestic this girl is! Meet Regan, a 5-month-old female kitty who was found living among a number of feral cats. Since we had been trapping for quite a while there with no luck of turning the feral cats into house pets, we clipped her ear so that she too could be released back to live with the colony.
"We are a pair of little poodle mixes who need to find a home together. We may be small but we are big on personality! We love everyone that we meet. Every stranger is a new best friend in our eyes!
Miko is getting very excited that spring is coming because he is ready to spring into his forever home. This big, beautiful boy is packing up his blankets and toys and is ready to hop into your heart.
"Our names are Coodles and Nena. We are tabby and tortoiseshell siblings. How can I explain my brother Coodles? Super-affectionate hambone, that's him! My sister Nena, beautiful and sophisticated, that is how she is to me.
Pretty tortoiseshell Rosemary has been at the Mansfield Animal Shelter for nearly a year. She really needs a good home with an experienced cat owner who likes felines with feisty, independent personalities. Rosemary doesn't like being caged, but she's a good girl when given her freedom.
Cooper is a handsome male Am Staff, about 1 1/2 years old. He was surrendered to the Taunton Animal Shelter due to a change in living arrangements. He loves to give "doggie kisses" and seems to like everyone. He does not like cats and would be best suited as the only pet in the home.
Barbara Smith of Cumberland sent in this photo of her cat Mootsie. If you have an amusing photo of your pet or pets you would like to share with readers, email it to Features Editor Ken Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to Ken Ross, Features Editor, Box 600, The Sun Chronicle, Attleboro, MA 02703.
Bobby Grieco of Rehoboth sent in this photo of his 7-month-old Labradoodle pups Tuukka and Bella at Journeys Haven Riding School. "This was taken during the last snowstorm," Grieco explained. "They are outside, looking in the kitchen window, wondering when we are going to come out and play in the snow with them."
Janet and Rick Schisslers of South Attleboro sent in this shot of their cat Joshua. "Joshua is a silver Persian and he likes to eat my flowers," Janet writes. "But he knows I'm watching him so he just smells them because he knows what NO means. We have his sister Lily Grace, as well. I will have to send along a picture of Lily at another time as she just had a birthday."