With energy to spare, one-year-old Brewster is all about fun, fun, fun, and not particularly well-suited for a couch potato lifestyle. This Chocolate Lab blend is loyal, loveable, happy and friendly to all he meets, including other friendly pooches. Brewster if full of energy and will run to the door to greet you (or anyone, for that matter) as if you’d just returned from a year-long trip. He is truly “man’s best friend,” and is at his happiest when engaged in family activities. He would enjoy running, hiking, swimming and playing fetch for hours on end. He is a breeze to train, and as long as you are prepared to live with puppy-like behavior for a while, he will bring absolute joy and adventure to your life.
What’s “old” for a cat? 10 year old, long-haired, tuxedo kitty, Ollie, doesn’t think it matters. Framed by his friends for a crime he did not commit, Ollie was brought to the shelter without a fair trial. Being one who turns life’s lemons into lemonade, he is just peachy about going to a new home and enjoying a new family. Ollie lived outside most of his life, but now prefers being indoors, perched near a window, where he can watch outside activities from a safe distance. When he’s not watching his “shows,” you will find him cuddled in his bed dreaming about the days of his youth. By the way, Ollie has no teeth. As such, he must be fed a diet of canned food, which makes him purrfectly happy. This talkative kitty offers loving companionship and would appreciate a home to spend his retirement years.