Pets of the Week available for adoption at the Humane Society of Harford County include Penny the Miniature Pinscher Mix, Whistler the cat and five stray ducks found waddling along Tollgate Road. 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 – PENNY
Age: 9 years
Color: Black & Tan
Breed: Miniature Pinscher Mix
Adoption Fee: $95
Pretty Penny here is a wonderful older gal! She was originally adopted from us many years ago, only to be returned because her owners no longer had the time to take care of her. So she spent a couple weeks here before being adopted yet again, only to come back a few weeks later because she was having accidents in the house. It’s important to give your new adopted family member a period of adjustment, and expect senior dogs to need to go outside more often than their younger counterparts. Penny will make a great companion for someone, so can you prove to her that the third time is the charm?
Cat of the Week – WHISTLER
Age: 6 years
Color: Orange & White
Breed: Domestic Shorthair Mix
Adoption Fee: $47.50 (reduced from $95)
Hi everyone! I’m Whistler, and I’m a 6-year-old female. I was brought in to the shelter by a Good Samaritan who found me in her neighborhood. I must have been someone’s cat because I’m so nice! I have the loudest purr, the largest eyes and the biggest heart. I like to lounge around and keep people company and I love talking to you! I’m in the Admin Building, so ask to see me.
Small Critter of the Week – QUACKERS 1-5
Adoption Fee: $10 each
Stray ducks? Really? Yes, somehow we lost our way and were found wandering along Tollgate Road in Bel Air. Luckily we’re here at the shelter now and we’re staying in their nice, warm barn. Do you have a farm with a lake where we could go to live out our days?