Starsky & Hutch are looking for a permanent place to nest


This week’s adoptable Pets of the Week from the Humane Society of Harford County include a pair of stray roosters named Starsky and Hutch, Callie the calico cat and a labrador mix named Ava. These pets and many others are available for adoption. 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 webite. You can visit them at Click here to follow them on Facebook. Or call them at (410) 836-1090. The shelter is at 2208 Connolly Road, Fallston, MD 21047.

Small Critters of the Week – “Starsky & Hutch”

ID #: 13447
Age: 7 Months
Sex: Males
Breed: Rhode Island Red Roosters
Color: Red

Hi! Our names are Starsky and Hutch!  We are two young Rhode Island Red roosters, about 7 months old. We were found as strays. We would love a farm or home to live at forever. Please come visit us at the shelter because you could be the home we are looking for!

Cat of the Week – “Callie”
ID #: 13430
Age: 5.5 Years
Sex: Spayed Female
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: White/Orange/Black Calico
Hi my name is Callie! I am a five and a half year old spayed female. I was surrendered by my owners because they were unable to care for me anymore. I am a very gorgeous girl with unique markings. I am such a sweet girl really missing having my own family.  You should really see me in person. I am currently available for adoption and looking for a forever home. Please stop by and visit me soon!

Dog of the Week – “Ava”

ID #: 13126
Age: 13 Years
Sex: Spayed Female
Breed: Lab Mix
Color: Black & Grey
Hey there, my name is Ava.  I’m a sweet girl, who’s not getting older, just better!  Senior dogs are the best because they have the crazy puppy years well behind them.  I’m very calm, and stroll along nicely on a leash, with an occasional burst of energy here and there. Most of my day is spent sleeping in my kennel. I would love a nice, soft bed to curl up in, as the kennel floor sometimes gets hard on these old bones. Once I get to know you, I am quite affectionate and loving. I may have a bit of Husky in me, as I have one blue eye and one brown eye, both of which still work well! Please come visit me at the shelter. I’m looking for a retirement home and I’d love to find one with you!