Northeast Times

Pets of the Week: August 21, 2013

After ter­rible past, Ar­i­el needs a new start 

Ar­i­el is a lovely young dog who was found by an of­ficer from Phil­adelphia’s An­im­al Care and Con­trol, at 111 W. Hunt­ing Park Ave., right be­fore she would have starved to death. Her tag num­ber is A20503406.

The dog was so weak she was barely able to walk. Her pup­pies were stolen, and she was left alone in an aban­doned home. Her res­cuer took her in­to foster care a few weeks ago, but he is leav­ing for Na­tion­al Guard train­ing.

Ar­i­el is less than a year old. She has gone from 22 to 35 pounds. She loves all oth­er dogs

To meet Ar­i­el, email k9.thorne@gmail.com ••

Phoebe is look­ing for a purr-fect home

Phoebe was liv­ing out­side with her mom and sib­lings. She really wanted to live the life of an in­door cat. When she was trapped to be spayed and re­turned to her colony, she was very friendly, purring loudly and want­ing to be pet­ted.

The 4-month-old cat has a cute face and a nice per­son­al­ity. She gets along well with oth­er cats. She loves to play with toys and in­ter­act with hu­mans. She is cur­rent on vac­cin­a­tions and has tested neg­at­ive for the fe­line im­mun­ode­fi­ciency and leuk­emia vir­uses.

For more in­form­a­tion on Phoebe or to fill out an ap­plic­a­tion, vis­it ht­tp://nar.res­cuegroups.org/an­im­als/de­tail?An­im­al­ID=5935784 ••

Lul­la­belle loves get­ting at­ten­tion

Lul­la­belle is a small, young, fluffy blue tuxedo cat who en­joys at­ten­tion, pet­ting and be­ing brushed.

The cat would prefer a home without dogs and very young chil­dren be­cause she is not a fan of be­ing picked up. She gets along with oth­er kit­ties.

Lul­la­belle is in foster care through For­got­ten Cats. She is spayed and vac­cin­ated, and has tested neg­at­ive for the fe­line leuk­emia and im­mun­ode­fi­ciency vir­uses.

For more in­form­a­tion about Lul­la­belle, vis­it www.pet­find­er.com/pet­de­tail/26531414 or ap­ply at the ad­op­tion cen­ter at 901 Old York Road in Jen­k­in­town. ••

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