You can meet lots of our adoptable pets at our monthly adoption events at the Valerie Friedman Program Center in Manchester. Our next adoption event is on Saturday, July 19th from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. See photos of last month's event here.
Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet are a bonded pair of rabbits who are looking for a loving, safe, welcoming home. They were abandoned at someone’s home the day after Easter. Concerned for their safety, the home owners brought them to animal control.
These fluffy bunnies are an exotic breed of rabbit. They were in good condition when rescued, so, chances are they had a good home at one time. They have very sweet dispositions, are inquisitive, and cuddly. They have recently been spayed and neutered and have excellent litter box habits.
We are seeking an indoor home for them where they will have plenty of time outside of their cage per day. They also enjoy attention from people!
For more information about caring for house rabbits and to learn more about Romeo and Juliet, please contact use here.
Cleo is a three year old female Treeing Walker Coonhound. She has expressive eyes with long, luscious, velvety ears. Her fur is black, brown, and white, and she has a white muzzle and a cute speckled body.
She has tons of energy, so an active adult only home or an adult home with teenagers would be best. Playing with people is her preference, but if no one is available, Cleo will just toss one of her toys up in the air and entertain herself; so cute!
Cleo is about 40 pounds, is crate trained, and is a proud graduate of Our Companions I family dog training program. Although she is very active, at the end of a long day, Cleo is perfectly content snuggling-up with her people.
To learn more about Cleo, please call Our Companions at 860-242-9999 or contact us here.
Timmy is a handsome black domestic short-haired kitty. He’s an independent fellow but will come around for pets and cuddles and will curl-up on open laps when he’s ready for some shut-eye.
He’s into sun bathing, catnip critter catching, and bird watching (someone’s got to keep tabs on them). He’s a lovely, affectionate kitty who will make a fabulous companion.
For more information on Timmy, please contact Caroline at 860-242-9999 x 302 or contact us here. Better yet, come visit him at our Sanctuary in Ashford any Saturday afternoon from 1-3!