Fate brought these animals to us, and perhaps to you.
Each issue, rescue groups in our community present some of the dogs and cats that have been abandoned or surrendered and need forever homes. In some cases, animals could use a foster home where they can wait for adoption so they don’t have to continue living in a kennel. Contact each individual rescue group for more information. Most offer practical and financial support for animals and foster adopters.
Bro & Tracy Animal Welfare
This 6-month-old cattle dog mix is eager to interact with people. She’s also great with other dogs. Contact Joyce Fay at 463-4553 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Greyhound Companions of New Mexico (www.gcnm.org)
This 16-month-old male Greyhound is looking for his forever home. He is shy but will be a very devoted companion when he learns to trust humans. Savvy is great with other dogs and afraid of cats! Please contact 899-3245 if you are interested.
CARMA Companion Animal Rescue and Medical Assistance
Between 5 and 6 years old, Beemer is a lover who stands up on your legs asking to be held. She is good with other cats. Since she is a nibbler of fingers, she should go to a home with adults or older children. She has a curvaceous figure and beautiful silky, short black hair. Beemer would love to be a part of your life. Please contact Barbara at 321-6275 or email@example.com
Second Chance Animal Rescue
Approximately 4 years old and 15 pounds, this possibly Schipperke/ Shiba Inu cross is shy but very, very sweet and affectionate once you earn her trust. Ally was a feral dog who was trapped as a puppy, adopted and, through no fault of her own, returned after two years. She is house-trained, crate-trained, uses the doggie door, and walks well on a leash. Ally loves to go for long walks, gets along with other dogs and is fine with cats. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or inquire at the thrift store at 3701 Corrales Road.