Available for adoption

Northern Chautauqua Canine Rescue

“Alondra”

This easygoing girl is ready for some peace and quiet after having all her pups adopted out. She’s the perfect lap dog, but she loves to run around the fenced in yards too. She’s a joy to watch as she learns all the wonderful things life offers after coming from a hoarding situation. Call NCCR at 326-PAWS or go online at www.caninerescue.org for more information about her.

Chautauqua County Humane Society

“Senior Pet Special”

Along with waving their flags, the Chautauqua County Humane Society will waive adoption fees for all senior pets in celebration of Independence Day. Small, medium and large senior dogs are awaiting those special owners, and senior cats are also available. Senior pets tend to be calmer than young pets and are past the puppy and kitten stages. “Senior” doesn’t mean “old,” it means “previously loved,” or in some sad cases, “still waiting to know love.” If potential adopters are interested in senior pets like Ricardo (shown), and can open their hearts and homes to cats or dogs who have plenty of “loving years” left, they can stop by the Strunk Road Adoption Center to meet the pets waiting for them.

Westfield Stray Cat Rescue

“Kittens”

At the Westfield Stray Cat Rescue, “It’s raining kittens!” Potential adopters who are looking for kittens to add to their families can call 326-2404 to make appointments to meet these “fur babies,” or stop by The Thrifty Kitty at 59 E. Main St. in Westfield. Adult cats will also be there, and cats of all ages are looking for safe and loving homes.

Lakeshore Humane Society

“Tyrone”

Ty is a little whirlwind, just one bundle of energy; all he wants to do is play. Approximately 2 years old, he is a terrier mix, weighing between 10 and 15 pounds. Although he doesn’t mind other dogs and loves people, he is not good with cats. Tyrone should have a fenced-in area to romp around in to release some of his boundless energy.

Ty would do well with an active individual. He loves to run, and would go right along side of his owner (on a leash) while out for a jog. For someone who would like a small dog to train for small dog agility classes, Ty would probably do very well in agility shows. He has already gone to obedience classes.

A pre-home visit is required. If interested in meeting him or any of Lakeshore Humane Society’s other animals available for adoption, call 672-1991, contact LHS through its Facebook page, or via www.lakeshorehumanesociety.org.