"Looking for a home to get me out of the doldrums of being homeless. I need someone to add some spunk to my personality and put some sparkle in my eyes. Right now I'm just having a ho-hum day every day.
Mindy is a 4- to 6-year-old spayed female who seems to have all of the odds stacked against her. She is not a kitten; she is not a pretty color; she is not a an instant friend to everybody but cautious at first meeting. She is also our longest shelter resident, being often overlooked and misunderstood.
Chardonnay is a beautiful longhaired female kitten who is 7 months old. She was very nervous when she arrived at the Seekonk shelter but is coming along nicely, thanks to all the attention she gets from the staff and volunteers.
Leia is a super-sweet young torti who was surrendered with her kittens when their owner moved. Leia might be a little shy at first, but she is never aggressive.
Bruno is a male Chihuahua, about 3 years old. He is a little guy with a big heart. He came from a home with another dog and several cats. His sister has already been adopted, and Bruno is lonely without her.
Jojo is a great kitty looking for another home. She is 8 years young, spayed, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, and is up to date with her shots. Jojo is very friendly and enjoys her time with the volunteers at the Nine Lives shelter in Norton.
First she's naughty, then she's nice. Meet Munchkin. This little lady will keep you on your toes during the day and keep you safe from all of the monsters under your bed at night.
Alison Gibbs of North Attleboro sent in this photo of her way cool dog Tyler. 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.
Chris Marceau of South Attleboro sent in this shot of Brandy, her 11-year-old yellow Lab, playing dress-up.
While chipmunks technically aren't pets, Anne Urban of Attleboro has this one eating out of her hand. She says this critter and a second chipmunk have been living under her patio for many years. She's dubbed them Peanut Boy and Peanut Girl.
Pamela Reynolds and Brian Duffy of Attleboro sent in this shot of their German shepherd Rocky warming himself by the fire and "ready for Halloween." (Editor's note: Green alien eyes and all!)