Hi! Look at me! My name is Cliff! I am a male kitten who still needs to “grow into” my ears. I’m a fun little guy but very nervous in this kennel at VCHS. I know everyone is trying to let me know it’s okay, but I’m just a kitten. I don’t understand it all. They are keeping me in a quiet area because the noise of the dogs and people going in and out scares me. So if you do not see me, please ask for me. Don’t forget. My name is Cliff.
Once I am in my furr-ever home with a routine I can expect, I just know I will feel so much better. Then my personality will truly shine! I will be able to explore and play and learn to trust. I am still little so I should adjust quickly. I am very soft and maybe I will become a “cuddler” in time with that special human. Or if you don’t mind, I will just nuzzle you for lovins’. Please come visit me soon, look at all of the potential in my eyes and take me home, won’t you?
|ADOPTED!!! Hello big world out there, it’s me, Baby, the coonhound. I’m a good girl with long ears and a love for attention and affection. I’m a little shy at first and then I’m 100% lovebug. I love people and I love being outside. Now I’m learning how to walk on a leash. I’m getting it! Help me learn house rules, teach me about using that corner of the yard for my business, and I’ll be the best friend you ever had.So I’m looking for a home with some serious dog lovers. You know, people who like to look on Petfinder for hours and hours, looking at one dog face after another after another after another. Is that you? Trying to find the dog that’s different? Then I’m your dog. I’m a little different. We hounds are a good tribe of dogs, fun-loving, affectionate, easy care, great with other dogs, and we have ears to die for. Coonhound adopters are a special tribe too.
Please come to the shelter to meet me and let’s see if we can bring happiness to each other!
(Please note: Baby has developed “happy tail” from her kennel VCHS. She wags her tail so much and hits it on the floor, the walls, the kennel door that she has a wound from it. While it can be treated to prevent infection, the only way to heal is a new furr-ever home where she has lots of space to wag her tail.)