Alas, Mimi had a home, but where she was living didn’t allow cats. So to no fault of hers or her family’s, she was brought to the shelter in hopes that she could be rehomed. This 3-year-old short-haired Gray Tabby is on the slightly chunky side and, rather than being picked up, prefers to choose where she rests, which usually is on someone’s lap. A quieter home would be ideal for Ms. Mimi, so she would be a perfect feline friend for older folks or new “empty nesters.” A tidy cat is she, and a wonderful pet she’ll be.
Like the goofy, but lovable, character from 70s TV, this Gilligan’s antics are sure to make you laugh out loud and shake your head. He’s a 7-month-old Retriever and Terrier mix whose one floppy ear and big wide grin make him one heck of an endearing pooch. Medium-sized in stature and large in life, he gets along with other dogs and cats. A recent graduate of Camp Good Dog for Kids, Gilligan is ready to move off this “tropical island” and in to the happy embrace of a loving, active home.