Meet Charlie and Georgie.
Charlie is a 2-year-old, 111-pound mastiff mix who gets along great with other dogs. He is loving and well behaved, though his forever family will need to be active and have experience with large dogs.
He is currently adjusting to his foster siblings and life in an urban environment.
Georgie is an adult cat who was found injured beside the road on a rainy night. He was originally called Lonesome Lenny after the name of the road, and he had to go to the emergency animal trauma center for injuries likely suffered after being hit by a car. He had a broken eye socket and ulna and matted fur.
Despite all that, he has, from the start, loved being petted and rolled over for belly rubs, and he loves being brushed. He calmly accepted being bathed to get the dirty road water out.
His favorite toys are matchbox cars and trucks, and he only jumps as high as a chair or bed after resting for months for his leg to heal.
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He is a large, lovable cat who is about 6 years old. He prefers to sit alone but will let young foster cats sit beside him. He enjoys and expects attention, and several times a day he’ll come looking for a human for pets, massages and brushing.
He’s an attentive kitty who will meet you at the door and greet you in bed in the morning. Georgie is an alpha cat and would not do well in a home with another alpha cat or aggressive cat.
This kitty has had initial vaccinations, de-worming, flea preventative, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, and has been micro-chipped and altered or will be to be ready for adoption then.
If you can offer Charlie and Georgie a forever home, please visit the Furry Friends website at www.furryfriendsnetwork.com and complete an application today. Foster homes are needed in order to help more animals like Charlie and Georgie.
For more information about how to become a foster parent, visit www.furryfriendsnetwork.com/volunteer.