What is a young dog to do when she finds herself lost and alone on her first big adventure? First things first, she must keep her spirits high. Alice has that part covered because even though 7 months old seems awfully young to be on one’s own, she has a constant smile on her face. The next step on the journey to find a new home is making new friends along the way. Good thing that Alice doesn’t have any idea what the word stranger means. New faces mean new friends to this cream and grey pup. Playing with other pets comes naturally to Alice as well. She’s still got a few things to learn but training is fun and rewarding with this happy-go-lucky gal, so she should fit in well with most families that have the time to nurture her growing mind. Alice knows all the steps to finding her way in the world, but she still gets a little lonely so her favorite part of the day is spent sitting with a caring member of the shelter’s staff as they dream about her new loving home.
He was trapped when tiny at a lakeside feral colony, but 8-month-young Pierce is quite the opposite of wild; he’s so innately refined he was born in a Tuxedo, and his cheerful, humming purr and snugly face rubs will chase any doubts about his love for humans. (He’ll be shy for a moment, then his lap cat instincts kick in, and he’s as calm and comforting a friend as you’ll find). Pierce is good with other cats, gentle with kids, and gets along happily with well- mannered dogs, too. He could be a fine house feline who’ll never need to dress for dinner, or live inside/outside as long as you’re available for a serious affection-fest, with purrs aplenty and some soft kneading, too. Pierce’s already neutered and ready to go home today, come and be caught by a warm companion in formal wear.
Adoption fees waived for the pets of the week through Saturday!
The Greenwood Humane Society is a not-for-profit organization committed to the compassionate care and protection of animals.
Their purpose is to give sanctuary to abandoned, abused, and neglected animals, provide education to the public on responsible and humane pet ownership, encourage the public to spay and neuter their pets by providing low cost surgery, and encourage adoptions of those animals placed in their care.
Their adoption center is open Monday through Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm est.
Visit their website at gwdhumanesociety.org to see these and other available pets.
864-942-8775 (Shelter Adoption Area)
864-223-2498 (Spay/Neuter Clinic)