She is an owner surrender that EAPL is working with to try to assist in her rehoming. She was adopted from EAPL as a puppy. Currently, EAPL does not have any open foster homes so we are trying to assist. Hazel Mac is a 21-month-old 30 pounds, spayed retriever mix. She is super sweet and friendly and loves to play fetch. She will even toss a ball to herself! She is kennel trained and will spend time in the kennel if left during the day and sleeps in the kennel overnight. She is a heavy chewer so she needs the toughest Kongs and toys. She is housebroken and walks well on a leash/harness. She has been around other dogs and older children, but it is unknown how she is with cats or younger children. She seems to not enjoy riding in a car but who knows if that might change with a little patience. We take her to a groomer for a bath and nails. Hazel will do well with someone who has extra time and extra space for this girl who is still very much a puppy with puppy behaviors. She follows lots of commands like sit, wait, stay, down, go potty, leave it, take it, go kennel/blanket, shake, high 5 and many more.
Meet Napoleon, we are told he is about 5 mo old and around 50 pounds. He would really do best in a home with a playful fur sibling. He is dying to play with any dog he meets and my old girl just won’t play with him. …he doesn’t show any aggression. I have chickens and ducks; I would recommend a house without those! Lol! He chases them but doesn’t do anything else. He has never harmed one, but a house without little farm animals would be better. He does need a house with a yard as he does need to run and play otherwise he gets a little crazy in the house lol! We have been walking him in the morning and evening or just taking him outside with some toys so he can run around. He tires out and overheats pretty easily. He loves kids but doesn’t quite know his size. He is fine with my 10-year-olds but a little too rough with my 6-year-old, so maybe a home with kids that are 10 and up. He also prefers men. He wants to love on my boys and my husband ALL day long! He is a cuddler and a lover! He just wants to sit in your lap all the time! lol! He has a kennel and sleeps in that pretty well but has also been sleeping on my boy’s bed and doesn’t wake up at night to go to the bathroom.
Meet Kennedy! Kennedy is a total love bug. She is about four years old and LOVES people!! Kennedy will sit for hours on the couch with her people or go for a long walk sniffing everything. Kennedy had a litter of puppies who have been adopted and has completed her heartworm treatment, so she is now looking for her forever home. Kennedy would love a home where she does have to share any attention with another dog, so Kennedy will need to be on only dog (she hasn’t been exposed to cats). She is crate trained and house trained. Kennedy loves to go on walks and does well on a leash.
Francisca is a loving, happy cat that would love to find her new family! She loves to explore, have a comfortable couch to lay on, and a person that will give her lots of attention. She can also be an independent girl and spend a day or two relaxing by herself. She makes friends easily with people and animals (she lived with two dogs and two humans; they were all buddies), but she would appreciate not having her tail pulled or being pet very roughly, she just ran away and hid when the baby pulled her tail. Francisca has never bitten or hurt anyone; she will be an excellent companion cat for anyone looking for a new feline friend!
Lizzie has been on a Merry Go Round in her short life of about 2yrs. Someone dumped her at the local shelter. From there she was adopted as a gift to a grandmother who was mourning the loss of her dog. Shortly thereafter grandma got another dog and decided that she didn’t want a cat. A grandson took Lizzie in, but contacted us and said they couldn’t keep her because she didn’t get along with other cats. We found she gets along OK with most cats. Her foster describes her as “awesome, sweet and affectionate.” All this happened to this little girl in less than a year, yet she remains her loving self. UPDATE: Now with us at the EAPL Cat Adoption Center at Chow Down in Evergreen. Would love to get into a home of her own, where she can get all the individual love and attention this sweet girl deserves. Be sure to meet her if you stop by.
Patunia, est. 2yo was found in Morrison. Lady who found her said she was very friendly, very social and in good condition. She really is a marvelous girl. She was adopted to a home with a dog, which she didn’t like, she was returned. Then she was adopted to a woman who loved her, but the woman is having medical issues and can’t take of her. She would do best as the only pet. She is at the EAPL Cat Adoption Center, at Chow Down in Evergreen.
Ilsa (Lila), a pretty girl who is about 3 and came to us as a kitten. She became unsettled in her adopted home a few months after the baby was born. Since coming back, she has settled in to her new environment. She likes to be petted and likes to play. She will also sit in your lap for pets. She needs a home where folks understand she’s been a bit traumatized after losing her home. She should be the only cat as she doesn’t consider the other cats very good friends!
Pepper is a beautiful 6 1/2 yo Himalayan/Calico mix. She lost her home in Oklahoma when the grandmom had to go into assisted living. Pepper is a sassy and shy girl. Sadly, when she was a kitten, she was infested with fleas and ear mites and had a really bad sinus infection. Because of all of the health problems at such a young age, she has some impairment–she has depth perception problems and her eyes shake. We were told she loves to cuddle and chase flies and that she’s very sweet once she gets to know you. Come meet this girl at the EAPL Cat Adoption Center in Chow Down Pet Supply store in Bergen Park. She is not happy being around a lot of cats and sticks to herself. She is unsettled in the Adoption Center to people and the other cats, so she needs a safe secure and quiet home.
Boo suffers from Irritable Bowel Disease. From years of not being medicated and not being on the correct diet, it was difficult for her original owners to manage her issues. Since being returned to EAPL after many years, our vet has determined her medication and diet. Now Boo is a healthy, happy girl, although medication will be necessary for her lifetime. She is one prednisone and tylosin; diet is Royal Canin Gastric Food. Boo is a loving, playful, sweet natured girl who needs nothing more than a loving home. Easy to medicate, although she’s not fond of it
Hammie” Applesauce (Ham Sandwich, Ham and Eggs, Hambone, Hamsteak…you get the idea). You could adopt him for the nickname possibilities alone. Or you could take him home because he is a smart and sweet and oh so cuddly and full of everything it takes to be your best friend. Hammie has spent much of his short life in a shelter which is why his foster home is so impressed with his progress since arriving. He’s learning all the basics very quickly and building his confidence daily. Hammie is amazing with other dogs and does well with dog-savvy cats. He loves meeting new people and once he’s checked things out, he settles in quickly in any environment. He’s truly the perfect mix of easy-going and up for anything.