Pets of the Week available for adoption at the Humane Society of Harford County include Roxy, a Hound/American Pit Bull Terrier Mix, Lucky the cat and a rabbit named Penelope. The Humane Society includes pictures of all their available pets on their website. You can click here to see dogs, click here for cats and click here to see small animals. If you’d like to help the animals without adopting one, you can donate money for their care through the Humane Society’s website. You can visit them at www.harfordshelter.org. Click here to follow them on Facebook. Or call them at (410) 836-1090. The shelter is at 2208 Connolly Road, Fallston, MD 21047.
Dog of the Week – ROXY
Age: 2 years
Breed: Hound/American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
Adoption Fee: $160
Hello, my name is Roxy, and I am a very sweet young girl who came to the shelter as a stray. I am very vocal and will let you know when I want your attention! I seem to be very drawn to children so the staff here thinks I must have lived with kids before. I hope that you will stop in and visit with me soon. I could just be the perfect match for your family. I can’t wait to meet you!
Cat of the Week – LUCKY
Age: 3 years
Color: Orange & White
Breed: Domestic Shorthair Mix
Adoption Fee: $95
Hello there, my name is Lucky and I am one big ball of handsome orange fur! I am a big boy who loves to have meowing conversations with you. I am pretty lazy so I just lay there and let you get to know me. The only thing is once you pick me up, there is no going back. I just love to be held. I will lay on your shoulder and just purr up a storm in your ear. Come on in and see me in the shelter’s Free Roam Cat Room and consider bringing me home for the holidays.
Small Critter of the Week – PENELOPE
Age: 2 years
Adoption Fee: $25
Hi folks, it’s Penelope here, and I’m a 2-year-old gorgeous Holland Lop who’s very used to being handled. Holland Lops rabbits learn very easily and can be potty trained. The first step when adopting a bunny is to train me to trust you and to work on developing a relationship with me. Don’t be surprised when you bring me home that for the first few days I might be scared, anxious, and not the cuddliest. Plan on spending some time and effort to demonstrate to me that I can trust you and in return, I will award you with my affection.