Cat of the Week:
$20 adoption fee
Dog of the Week:
$20 adoption fee
|Hi, it’s me, Jimmie. I’m like the cat next door that everyone loves. I love to greet everyone any time of the day or night and I make everyone feel welcome and appreciated. I should be the Walmart greeter!
If you like tuxedo cats then I’m a natural. I have the perfect markings of a tuxedo cat and all of your friends will tell you how handsome I am. I really stand out in a crowd!
Please share my picture with your cat loving friends so I can get some new visitors on my page. The more visitors I have, the better chance I will have of finding my fur-ever home. I am dreaming of the day when my new family will tell me “I love you Jimmie — you are coming home today!”
My day will come — I am certain. All my friends at the shelter tell me to just be patient and my family will find me soon. It will be the best day of my life!!! In the meantime, I have food and shelter and lots of attention. I will make the most of my time here and I’ll always be appreciative of those folks who support the shelter to help cats like me.
See more pictures of Jimmie on Jimmie’s Petfinder page.
|NOTE: Our handsome boy Chief is being fostered at Northwoods Animal Learning Center in rural Chetek Wisconsin.
Chief is a TOTAL LOVEBUG who wants tummy rubs, ear rubs, and nose kisses. He will be happiest in an outdoors-loving family that likes a variety of activities as he is an energetic dog, as are most hunting breeds. Chief likes to go biking and jogging with his peeps. See his 30-sec. video of him trotting next to a bike.
Chief adores splashing around in the creek. He loves to play with other dogs and is good with cats. He knows how to walk on a treadmill for exercise. Silly Chief loves to play with toys and tosses them up in the air and catches them.
We think he is a Black and Tan coonhound and Mountain Cur mix or perhaps a greyhound mix, as he is very tall, lean, and leggy. He does have the classic coonhound “hound-song” but he is actually quiet. Like all coonhounds and all hunting dogs, Chief looks to his human for leadership. When you take him on a walk, he watches you carefully for clues about when to change course.
Big boy Chief must be adopted into a dog-savvy family as he has some issues considered to be manageable (no young children). He must be introduced carefully to new men. He should have his own indoor crate or kennel in a quiet area where he can feel safe. In the right family, he will be an unforgettable companion dog of a lifetime.
See more pictures and a video of Chief on Chief’s Petfinder page.
KENNEL-OFFICE HOURS and VOLUNTEER HOURS
Sunday – Closed
Monday – Closed
Tuesday 3-6 p.m.
Wednesday 3-6 p.m.
Thursday 3-6 p.m.
Friday – By Appointment
Saturday 12-4 p.m.