Pets of the Week available for adoption at the Humane Society of Harford County include Crimson the American Pit Bull Terrier Mix, Ritter the cat and Lilly the gray rabbit. 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 – CRIMSON
Age: 2 years
Color: Brown & White
Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
Adoption Fee: $80 (reduced from $160)
When I was found and brought here they gave me the name Crimson because I’m a ruby red jewel! I am very well behaved: I walk well on a leash, I know how to sit, stop, and give paw, and I can crawl and roll over – even for no treats!! I am a sweetie pie who likes to sit on your lap. I am already spayed and will get a microchip before I go home with you. My adoption fee is $80, but the love I can give you – priceless. (P.S. I’m a member of the Lonely Hearts Club, so my adoption fee is now just $80!)
Cat of the Week – RITTER
Age: 5 years
Breed: Domestic Shorthair Mix
Adoption Fee: $47.50 (reduced from $95)
MEMO FROM THE BED OF RITTER: The shelter’s office manager is taking this dictation in hopes that it will lead to a forever home. I’m a happy girl who likes lots of lovin’s and cuddle time. I especially like to be near you when you’re watching TV or chilling out at home. I like long naps in the sun and lots of petting. I’m staying in the Administration Building supervising the work of the Office Manager, so if you want to meet me, come to her office. (P.S. I’m a member of the Lonely Hearts Club, so you can adopt me for 50% off!)
Small Critter of the Week – LILLY
Age: 3 years
Adoption Fee: $50
Greetings, humans. I believe you may have something of mine? Or perhaps one of your family members or friends has it? You call it a “forever home”, and mine seems to be missing. If you have any information that will lead to my finding said forever home, please contact the Humane Society of Harford County where my team of adoptions counselors will respond immediately. I appreciate your prompt attention to this urgent matter. Sincerely, Lilly, a sweet little bunny who was given up because they didn’t have time for me.