Editor’s note: We missed posting the regular round-up of pets last Friday, so today you get a double dose of adorable, adoptable animals.
Charlie Brown (above) is a gorgeous plott hound who is about two years old. If you’re looking for a cuddle bug, Charlie Brown is your guy. He’s got a spunky personality, but loves nothing more than to curl up next to you on the couch with his head on your lap. Charlie Brown gets along well with other dogs, but his big hound voice would probably do best in a house and not an apartment. Charlie Brown is in search of a forever home or a foster home. For more information about Charlie, please visit the Rural Dog Rescue website.
Meet Sweet N Low, a petite pit bull-mix currently residing at the Washington Animal Rescue League. Shy and, true to her name—very sweet—this little girl is much smaller than a normal pit bull-mix, at just over 30 pounds. She loves to take walks and finds squirrels and cats irresistible, so walkers must be alert! Sweet N Low is selective about her canine companions but plays well with those she likes, as you can see from this video clip. And she just loves people. Sweet N Low has been waiting patiently for her forever home for quite a while. Could it be yours?
Meet Daniella, a stunning four-year-old feline in search of a forever home. A bit shy at first, Daniella is affectionate and playful with those she knows. She loves a good game of laser tag and playing with her bouncy mouse. She also likes watching bird videos on the computer and appreciates catnip. Currently enjoying the comforts of a Washington Animal Rescue League foster home, Daniella is hoping for a permanent family of her own. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a meeting with Daniella.
Smoke, a one-year-old American Staffordshire terrier-mix, is goofy, energetic, and very sweet. She weighs 45 pounds, is very friendly with other dogs, and loves taking long strolls throughout the day. Smoke is bouncy like a little kangaroo, and she can’t control her ears enough to decide how she wants them, so she keeps one up and one down at all times. Her favorite hobby is playing with her stuffed toys and then cuddling with them in her bed. You can meet Smoke at the Washington Humane Society’s Georgia Avenue Adoption Center.