These Pets Are Still in Need of Homes

7 photos
1/7
Geisha is looking for her new home! She's a 3-year-old Pit Bull Terrier who has a beautiful white coat. Geisha loves to go on walks and explore our fenced in dog run. She can join a home where the kids are over 15 and would do best as the only pet in her new family. Geisha knows "sit", takes treats gently, walks nicely on leash, has a calm demeanor, and loves to show affection. She rides well in a car and will bring a lot of happiness to her new family. Please come and meet this lovely lady at the Robin I. Kroogman New Haven Animal Shelter.
2/7
Gamma is looking for a home at the Wells Valley Cat Sanctuary Shelter in New Milford. Pay no attention to the black cat superstitions, Gamma will only bring love and a warm snuggle!
3/7
Jeffrey is 12 years old and lives at Cassie’s Kitten Kastle in Putnam. He has a hyperthyroid condition but the only thing needed to treat is a cream applied to his ear twice a day. He is very affectionate and is good with kids.
4/7
Rupert and Reginy , German pointer mixes, have spent the past four years living at the Friday Rescue Foundation in Groton before recently being placed in a foster home. They must be adopted as a pair.
5/7
Wally, also known as Wally the Walrus, is about 6 years old and has been at the Meriden Animal Control Center for a long time. He loves having his belly rubbed and belongs in a house with children above the age of 13, but preferably no cats. He gets along fine with other dogs.
6/7
Bellatrix is at Pound Animals are Worth Saving in Woodstock. This sweet senior has been having trouble finding a home due to her age. At 8 years old she loves to play and gets along well with kids and other animals, although she does like to assert her dominance as top cat.
7/7
Beauty is at Cassie’s Kittle Kastle in Putnam and needs help regaining trust and social skills due to experiences in her birth home. She would do best in a home with children who are in their teens. She is good with other cats but it’s not clear how she will do with dogs.
Contact Us