Gizmo is a handsome Chihuahua/Boston Terrier mix. He was rescued by his foster mum at a kill shelter at the front desk where someone was about to dump him.
I could see the fear in his eyes, he must have known what his possible fate could have been. His foster mum fell in love the moment she laid eyes on him. When she went to pet him, he immediately gave her such sweet kisses all over her face. She knew then and there she could not allow him to be put in the shelter. So she begged the lady to let her have him and off they went. Whew! how lucky was that.
He is sooo sweet, gentle and loving, not to mention smart too! He loves to go under covers at night and keeps his mum nice and warm. Gizmo just adores his new brothers and sisters and loves to play long and hard. He does’nt mind the cats either and tries coaxing them to play.
Gizmo is about 9mo of age and weighs about 7lbs (should be under 10lbs fully grown). He has a very flashy look and carries himself well. He minds well and is housebroken.
Gizmo is extremely easy going and has no issues, his spirit is very gentle and he will make a perfect family member. What more could you ask for?
Alley is a gorgeous all white girl with the most stunning blue eyes ever. This precious angel was rescued from Carson shelter, where she was overwhelmed due to her condition. Alley is deaf, which means she can be easily startled. She has to rely on vibrations and what she can see, so Alley needs a calm, quiet household where she won’t need to be constantly on guard for new things to sneak up on her. Also, because she is deaf – Alley has no concept of sound so her meow is actually more of a loud squawk. It’s rather endearing, because she’s trying so hard so communicate and fails to make a proper kitty noise. She makes up for this with an adorable purr that rumbles often.
Also, being deaf means she has trouble with other animals as they can easily sneak up on her. This puts her on edge and adds stress to her life, so Alley would prefer to be the only kitty or with another kitty who would leave her alone. Alley is a lap cat and wants to be petted all day long. She is also content to just hang out next to you and when she notices that you’ve left the room, sometimes she will follow after you because she enjoys company. Despite her hearing loss, Alley is impressively outgoing with new people, taking things in stride and exploring the world with interest rather than the expected reserved nature some cats with disabilities have. Her favorite toy is just a simple paper bag. Give her a bag to hang out in and she’ll be one happy kitty!
Call Sam at (555) 555-4321
The adage “best things come in small packages” does NOT apply to Ryder!
This sweet, big and burly St. Bernard is unlike any other you have ever met before! His gentle demeanor will melt your heart and make you fall in love before you knew what hit you.
Four years old, healthy and strong, playful and house trained.
I will be at PetSmart 10900 West Jefferson Blvd. in Culver City.
Call Sam at (555) 555-4321
Astro can thank his lucky stars, because after a car hit him, he made it out of the vet hospital in Springfield and found a temporary home with us. Astro’s a little nervous, but once he settles down, he loves people to pet him. He’s lean and lanky, and even though we think he’s fit to run a kitty marathon, he weighs almost 12 pounds!
Astro is a sweetheart, but he’s very scared right now. Come meet with him and see what a great guy he can be. Maybe you can give him his forever home!
For information about Astro, call Jessica at Best Friends “R” Us: (555) 555-5555.
If you’re looking to bring some love and joy into your home, look no further than these two girls. They’re 6-month-old rescues—amazingly sweet and loving. They’re affectionate (big-time purrers and cuddlers), playful, and endlessly entertaining. They are also healthy, have had their shots, have been spayed, and are litterbox trained. Because they’ve bonded to each other, we’d like to keep them together.
For information about Snowball and Sally, call Jessica at Best Friends “R” Us — (555) 555-5555.
Cindy came to us because her family was splitting up. She’s never gotten the attention a young dog needs.
Cindy is super playful. She loves toys, and her favorite game is fetch. She’s a smart cookie and adapts well to positive training. She already knows “sit,” “down,” “stay,” “shake,” and “sit pretty,” and she’s learning more fun tricks like “roll over.” Cindy is house-trained, rides well in the car, and enjoys being brushed and groomed. She behaves well around the house and respects her boundaries.
This special girl needs an adult-only home with people who have experience with large dogs, so she can continue to develop into a well-adjusted dog. Cindy needs someone who’ll give her very clear rules, lots of love, and plenty of exercise. In return, she’ll be your loyal friend for life.
For information about Cindy, call Donna at Best Friends “R” Us: (555) 555-5555.
Rascal was “surrendered” to us by his owner, who had lost his home to foreclosure. He’s great with other dogs, and he loves people, going for walks, running, and playing Frisbee. He’s good with children and enjoys riding in the car. He has a cute habit of standing on his haunches and gently giving you his front paws. Rascal shouldn’t go to a home with cats, because he tends to chase them.
Our vet has taken care of all Rascal’s vaccinations, removed his dewclaws, and microchipped him.
He’d make a wonderful family dog.
If you’re interested in Rascal, please call Donna at Best Friends “R” Us —(555) 555-5555.