With his owner in the military and transferred away, Remington found himself homeless. But this three-year-old, bright and loving Lab and Pit Bull blend isn’t worried one bit. And that’s because he knows he’s got personality-plus and offers more fun than someone could expect. At three-years-old, Remington has everything a dog lover could want: he’s potty-trained, loves other dogs and children, and is essentially turn-key for any household. He was trained by his former owner and knows to listen — just what you’d expect from the “son” of a military man. You want to lounge? Remington says “Sure!” You want to play? Remington says, “Let’s do it!” You want to enjoy unconditional love? Remington says, “Always.”
O’Malley! An apple-headed, male yellow Tabby named O’Malley, what a cat is he. He was clearly someone’s cat at one time, but probably was left to fend for himself. He arrived at the shelter with some scrapes and scratches, which have healed and he’s now more handsome than ever. It seems that he prefers the indoor life enjoying daily meals, or kitty room service and his cushy bed. O’Malley’s a big fella and it’s best you keep your sure footing around him because his leg rubs are full of powerful love. He’s all muscle and big heart, the kind of cat that makes girls swoon and men want to take to a tractor pull.