Pearl and her sister, Patch, are gorgeous American Shorthair mixes—a beautiful, distinct breed of cats. Pearl is a dilute torti to be exact and her markings are just stunning (especially the coloration of her face!).She has soft pastel coloring that you just have to see in person. When sweet Miss Pearl was found with her sister when they were young kittens, they both had eye infections. Thanks to some luck and a lot of TLC by the ARNO staff, Pearl didn't lose the vision in her eyes. Pearl is still like a kitten so she has that natural curiosity that all kittens have, but she also has a more reserved side. She's completely content hanging out in her hammock while she watches the activity around her. She fought for her life the first few weeks she was alive and she deserves a family of her own. She's very well socialized and would thrive in a home environment. For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The adoption fee is $85 and includes spay, shots, a chip and a combo test. There is a discount in the adoption fee if you adopt Pearl with her sister, Patch. Animal Rescue New Orleans
Pepper had her 15 minutes of fame and then what? Pepper is a medium sized yellow lab mix who brought rescuers from far and wide to rescue her as she had a pickle jar stuck on her head (possibly a mayonaise jar). Several groups had gone out to trap her as her time would be limited without being able to eat or drink. Finally a group of ARNO volunteers headed out to Laplace. Lo and behold Pepper was trapped, but a very excited rescuer pulled the jar off of her head without having the very frightened little girl secured and off ran Pepper minus the jar on her head!! She was trapped again soon after as she was also very hungry. She even had a book written about her. Those were her 15 minutes of fame.
As ARNO brought Pepper to our no-kill shelter she was assessed as a feral dog needing socialization. ARNO's feral dog coordinator worked with her and then eventually put her with a socialized dog. Now Pepper has advanced to the next step. She is used to walking on a leash and has been going into foster on weekends with ARNO's chief day lead. She does well with other dogs and is now getting used to going into the car. Pepper will need patience and love. Like all ferals at ARNO you would be required to spend time at the shelter to form a bond with her. Next a ride to Mc Donald's to get her a hamburger to get her used to your car and finally an overnight. She would be great with a socialized dog as she is very shy and sweet. If you would like more info contact email@example.com. The adoption fee is $150 and inlcudes spay, shots, a chip and heartworm treatment if needed. Animal Rescue New Orleans.
Big Ben is a darling domestic shorthair grey and white tabby kitten with an adorable—and photogenic—kitty face that will melt your heart. Big Ben loves to play-spar and cuddle with his sweet sister, Lucie. Isn’t she Paw-some? A sweet domestic shorthair torbie kitten, Lucie has a personality that shines and sweet kitty meows that talk. She’s an affectionate sibling to her brother Big Ben, and and she loves to play and snuggle with him. Ben and Lucie are available for adoption as a Bonded Pair. Why not cancel your cable subscription and get your evening entertainment for free with these two precious babies? Big Ben and Lucie will keep you entertained and laughing for hours with their rumble and tumble purrs and pounces! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. animalrescueneworleans.org
Cici is a three-year-old Border Collie mix who was rescued, along with her sister Jeaux Jeaux, by a benefactor from a shelter that was gassing dogs. These two terrified girls were next in line. Cici had an infected eye from an injury that had to be removed, but she does not let that bother her. Cici is full of love and enjoys playing with her stuffed toys! She will lay her head on your lap, seeking reassurance to know and feel that everything is ok when things get a bit scary. This girl is tender, sweet, affectionate, and has a whole lotta love to give! The adoption fee is $200 and covers spay, UTD vaccines, rabies, chip, and heartworm treatment (if applicable). Contact email@example.com for more info. animalrescueneworleans.org
Henry & Lou are a wonderful pair of bonded brothers we adopted out together as puppies almost 6 yrs ago. Unfortunately the family returned them to us several months ago, leaving the boys very confused. Now we are hoping to find a new forever home that will not fail them. Both boys are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, & heartworm negative. Both are housetrained and very sweet.
They've been bonded since birth so they'll need to be adopted together. Please contact Southern Animal Foundation at 504-671-8235 for more info on Henry & Lou. Their adoption will include 12 months of flea & heartworm prevention for each one.