Need more LOVE this Valentine's Day? Meet these, and 350 other adoptable pets at the San Diego Animal Support Foundation's Cupids & Canines MEGA Adoption Event, THIS Saturday, February 10th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Grossmont Center in La Mesa! Dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, turtles, tortoises and birds! Come find the love of your life!
Visit SDShelters.org for details.
Frosty Faces Foundation:
This 10 years old cutie was rescued from a shelter in October. Her sweet wiggle and vulnerable smile sang to us, so we have Frosted her and newly named her Patsy Cline! Oh the plight of an abandoned loyal dog. Blues no more, she already has a sparkle in her eye. She has been to the vet and her bloodwork is normal and her X-rays show nothing too exciting. She's ready for new love!Patsy could sing her own sad song:"Crazy, I'm crazy for feeling so lonelyI'm crazy, crazy for feeling so blueAnd I knew you'd love me as long as you wantedAnd then some day you'd leave me for somebody newWorry, why do I let myself worryWondering what in the world did I doCrazy, for thinking that my love could hold youI'm crazy for tryingAnd crazy for cryingAnd I'm crazy for loving you"
Visit FrostedFacesFoundation.org to fill out an application right away then pick her up at Saturday's event!
Happy Hearts German Shepherd Rescue:
Chili is a 6-7 year old male Chow Chow/Golden Retriever mix who has retained all his "puppy energy" and behaves more like a 3 year old. He walks well on a leash and loves going for walks and being active! Chili knows his basic commands, is house trained & socialized and enjoys riding in the car. He has chow aloofness with strangers but can warm up quickly and is very loving and affectionate. He can work a crowded room and meet and greet everyone with social aplomb. He is good with other dogs and goes to doggie day care and gets along with everyone. He also considers himself to be the policeman and will correct other dogs who are “misbehaving”. We think he would be good with cats but aren’t sure. He is ok with children but unsure what to do with them as he has never spent any time with a child. Chili needs a stay-at-home person to adopt him, as he gets anxious when left alone. We would like his family to live in La Mesa or East County San Diego so he can be acclimated to a new home.
Go to HappyHeartsGermanShepherdRescue.org to fill out an application even before the event!
Jackie the Cat
PAWS4thought Animal Rescue:
Jackie and her two siblings were living happily in El Centro when their human family lost their home and had to move in with relatives where they could not take the cats. Jackie took a while to adjust to losing her home, though her innate sweetness was clear and shining through from the beginning. She is a bit of a turtle who likes being burrowed under something cozy, yet she'll pop out to say hello and she never turns down a gentle bonding petting session. Jackie also has a head for heights and you may find her in obscure places, especially during her settling-in period. She likes to connect with a chosen person and promises to be a wonderful companion kitty for the chosen person who has a little patience and love, which is all Jackie needs to flourish. Jackie gets along nicely with other cats, though we don't know her thoughts on dogs. Gentle older children who can have a bit of patience with Jackie as she figures out what this latest change means should be okay. Jackie is a girl who will make you smile.
More information about Jackie can be found at Paws4ThoughtRescue.com, or come meet her at their booth on Saturday!
Last Chance at Life All-Breed Rescue:
Gorgeous Gracie came to us a few weeks ago from Long Beach City shelter needing ACL surgery. She was immediately seen by our orthopedic surgeon, and he fixed her up and she’s been on the road to recovery — now ready for adoption! She was kenneled with another dog at the shelter, but she came to us, she’s shown to be pretty dog reactive. We’ve tested her with a submissive, calm, stable male Boxer, and she had zero issues, so we know she’s capable of liking other dogs, she’s just very selective. For now, we recommend her as an only dog or with a calm, stable male dog. She needs some leash work, and she’s learning her basic commands with #TeamLCAL. She is approximately 6 years young and has been wonderful with all the people she’s met and those that work with her from day to day!
Fill out an application at LastChanceAtLife.org and then stop by their booth at the event!