We all have our own stories of how we ended up looking for a new home.
Please take a moment and read ours.
These are the current pets part of Critical Pet Rescue that are looking for their forever homes. All of our friends spend their time with C.P.R. in foster homes suited to their needs. If you are interested in meeting any of these loving companions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-450-0002
Benji here stopping by to check in. I got to move in to a new foster home this last week, CPR is great about matching us to foster homes that fit us and I was getting really bored at my last place, this new place is AWESOME! There are fun dogs, super fun kids and these things called cats, they aren’t fun but whatever I guess some people like them. I had to get a bath, foster mom says I played a bit too much out in the dirty snow, wasn’t too pleased about that but I really like playing with the other dogs here, and the one called Jackie is the best to snuggle with. I also Love the kids that are here to play with, they are older two leggers, foster mom says they are in their terrible teens, they are great though, she just doesn’t know how to play right. I am learning this doggie door thing pretty good too. Foster mom and dad say that I really need to stick to going outside to potty, I never learned that before so sometimes I forget, I am getting better though. I also never learned things like sit and lay down but I so like to please my people I promise I will learn. Foster mom says I can be a bit stubborn so it may take a bit longer than others, I think I just really want her to play with me and that should come before boring training. If you think you are ready for a fun play partner/lap warmer then you should contact my friends at CPR so I can come meet you!
Sissy is a sweet little long-haired Chihuahua that came in with the others from a hoarder case. She was not posted right away due to needing surgery for a large hernia. She has been spayed and hernia is gone, plus a few of her teeth but now she’s feeling much peppier and happier. Sissy is about 8 or 9 yrs old which is not that old for this breed. She appears to be potty trained, loves to sit in your lap but is worried about being picked up. She likes to come to you, or if you need her, just set her crate out and she will run right to it. Sad that she felt more comfortable confined at the hoarders but it does make it easy to get her if needed in a hurry. She has already come a long way in her foster home and we are certain she will gain the confidence needed to be the best girl ever!!
Little Madelyn is ready for a new home. She was not thrilled about the young baby starting to crawl in her former home, so best not around small children perhaps. She is a true love-bug. Thoroughly wants to be with you, on your lap, sleeping nearby, following your every move. She’s adorable. Please contact Critical Pet Rescue!