Monkey was discovered strolling around by herself, whether she was lost or left isn’t known. But his independent kitty didn’t seem bothered much because she likes doing her thing, and she expects others to do theirs. Her tortoiseshell coat is splotched with sunrise orange, onyx black, and ivory white. It’s a unique coloring blend that serves to either camouflage her when she prefers to be unseen or spotlight her when she wants love and attention. When the spirit moves her, she will brush your ankles with her soft, silky coat as she weaves “circle eights” around your legs. Monkey would be happy as an indoor/outdoor kitty, but watch out. She likes to explore and may take to the road again. At the end of the day, a comfy lap to settle in for cuddles is really what this little princess wants.
Neil is a young Shepherd blend whose yellow tan coat, black muzzle, and brown ears make him a visual standout. Dogs and children are his favorite companions and he has the perfect amount of energy for easy training and fun playing. It’s possible that he did not enjoy much fun with people during his earlier life, so he performs his own people “vetting” before revealing his silly, warm, and cuddly side. Rolling and stretching his body on the grass is one of his favorite activities because it feels so darn good. Neil is ready for a new home and hoping for the person or family who will come and sweep him off his paws.