This senior girl spent her early life at a breeding facility. After she was no longer “useful” there, she was surrendered to a high-kill shelter in southern California. She is now safely in a loving Oregon rescue, where her beautiful personality is shining through. She’s a Rottweiler, about 8 years old, spayed and vaccinated, and so ready for her forever family! To meet this wonderful loving girl, call 503-974-4944, or visit MyWayHomeDogRescue@gmail.com.
Meow! I’m Sophia, a 6-year-old beauty who loves everyone — especially kids! I’m a pretty gray tortoise-shell girl who loves to be cuddled and held. I even like being dressed up! I am a bit of a queen who loves attention and the spotlight, so I would love to be your only pet. I just know my perfect person is out there — that special one who would be happy ever after with me being the shining center of their world! Please learn more about me — and let’s make a date! I’m with Cat's Cradle Rescue, 503-320-6079.
Hiya! We’re Audrey and Midas, best friends who love to spend our days snuggled together and bird watching. I’m Audrey, is a very playful and silly 9-year-old Tabby. My shadow, Midas, is a fluffy 8-year-old with mild asthma and a slightly enlarged heart that is not a problem for him. We came from a home with 40 cats and so still learning to trust people, but we just know a family with a quiet, patient home will bring out the best in us. If your family ready to open your hearts to two cute cats who may always love each other more than people, please come meet us at AnimalAidPDX.org, 503-292-6628.
Hi! I love people, and my friends say I am quick to bond. I’m an awesome Chihuahua mix, about seven years old, and I adore lap time! When they found me, I was covered in bite wounds I got fending for myself in a warehouse. I’m all healed up now, and blossoming in my foster home. I can’t wait to meet my forever family, and enjoy snuggles and safety and show them my wonderful lovebug ways! Do we sound like a match? Please make a date to meet me through MyWayHomeDogRescue@gmail.com, 503-974-4944.
Ah, the wisdom of maturity (smile). I’ve got that! But at 9 years young, I also have a very playful side and love to purr loudly to show my appreciation. One of my favorite things is having my lovely white fur brushed. I was born deaf, but that hasn’t slowed me down one bit! It does mean I need an indoor-only home. I get along just great with other cats and children, and I can’t wait to find my forever family! Please come meet me at Cat’s Cradle Rescue, 503-320-6079.
I may only be two years old, but I truly know what she wants out of life: the beautiful princess who is your only companion. I am looking for a quiet, indoor-only home without other pets or children. I am a little shy at first, but with a little time to adjust to new people and surroundings, I will happily reward you with heaps of love and lap time. If your castle is lacking a lovely princess, I’m your girl! Please come meet me at Cat’s Cradle Rescue, 503-320-6079.
Pint-sized Neil is a 12-lb Shiba Inu mix with a big voice and a personality to match. His foster mom says he’s a great dog for someone with no other pets or children, and the patience to let him get comfortable in his new home. He’s an independent guy who’s fine staying at home while his humans go to work or do errands, and he loves a bit of lap time too. To learn more or meet Neil, call 503-292-6628, or visit AnimalAidPDX.org.
This beautiful 9-year-young Lab is looking for a loving adult family. The environment at the shelter makes her a little nervous, so when you visit please give her a little time to get to know you. This sweet girl says she would enjoy obedience classes, as an older dog sure can learn new tricks! Annabelle will thrive in a calm home with no children. Of course she’s a Lab, so she does like to chase things, so her new family should not include cats. Meet Annabelle at Clackamas County Dog Services, 13141 SE Hwy 212 in Clackamas. Learn more at clackamas.us/dogs or 503-655-8628.
Hey! You may have noticed my funny way of sitting!? No worries! I have no issues, it’s just comfortable to me! I get pretty excited when you give me attention and can be a big goofball. I have had a rough past and am looking for a loving home that can provide a stable environment with secure containment. The shelter recommends I be the only pet in my new home, and live with kids 6 and older. I have been diagnosed with separation anxiety and not comfortable at home alone. To help with this, I will have a 30-day supply of separation anxiety medication and a large crate when I go to my new home (I can’t wait!!). The shelter also has a Canine Specialist on staff who will follow up on me to see how I am adjusting, and to provide any additional resources my new family may need. I am currently taking a needed break from the shelter in a foster home, so if you’d like to meet (let’s do!), please contact the foster coordinator at 503-988-6670 or email@example.com. See more pics of LJ in his foster home at http://multnomahdogs.blogspot.com/
We were born last July to a feral mom who lived in a deplorable hoarding environment. There was never enough food and the people were nice but couldn’t provide all the cats individual attention. We were rescued as older kittens but stayed in a cattery until Cat's Cradle Rescue took us, as nobody else would give us a try. We’ve come such a long way in our foster home! We are clean and always use the litter box. We need a patient mom or dad who will be patient as we learn to trust you. An alternative could be a barn or shop where we can chase and play together but continue our journey learning human companionship. Cat's Cradle Rescue 503-320-6079.