As a graduate of the Pawsitive Prison Program, Sonny is a bright, straight-A student who has learned over 20 skills. “Fun and freedom” are his middle name, but he also has a sweet, shy side that is oh-so endearing. Don’t let that fool you, however, for he’s an energetic fella who loves to run at top speed, toss around his favorite tennis ball or toy, and play hard with his canine friends. A fenced yard would serve him best and keep him safe. This one to two-year-old Bulldog/Terrier mix is well-versed in laying on the charm and making you fall head over heels for his adorable grin.
One would think that with Emory’s intelligent mind, he’d of been the founder of the prestigious Emory University. Inquisitive, a conversationalist, and always alert to the goings-on, this smokey gray, 5 ½ month old little boy cat is, well, needing to be in everything. Eager to know what you’re doing, how you’re doing it and why, Emory is persistent with questions and longing for answers. Some might say he’s a bit nosy, but he feels he’s simply enlightening the mind and feeding the soul. Searching for a library and Google search engine to feed his curiosity, he’d also love a family who appreciates a scholar.
The adoption fees are free for both featured pets through November 25, 2017. To see these and other available dogs and cats for adoption, visit the Greenwood County Animal Shelter at 235 Wilbanks Circle, Monday through Saturday, 11a to 4:30p.