Meet Louie and Chibley.
Louie is a Catahoula Leopard dog who was surrendered because he growled at the children at home. Furry Friends believes Louie may have some resource guarding issues, but is not aggressive with children. It is recommended he live in a more mature home.
Louie, however, is cuddly and loving. The 2-year-old dog loves to wrap up the day in bed in someone’s arms and is very silly. He is about 85 pounds and was bred to hunt. On walks, he loves to sniff everything.
Louie loves stuffed animals, which he likes to cuddle and carry around with him. He has good manners in the house and will not jump or grab food, and he knows when he’s not allowed on certain furniture.
Aside from needing walks or outside exercise time, Louie is a very mellow dog. His ideal home would have few guests and a large fenced-in yard. He is trained—he can sit, shake and lie down on command. He is good in the car, and he sleeps most of the day.
Chibley was born around May 2018 and was found injured on the campus of Shippensburg University. She had a large, open and infected wound on her neck and was very skinny. After a few weeks of treatment, she began to get stronger and started acting like a kitten, playing with toys.
Chibley loves to play with other kittens, get chin rubs and sit by the window.
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.
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