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Keep warm this holiday season-adopt a pet

The Board of Directors, staff and animals at the Rutland County Humane Society would like to send out a special "thank you" to our community who is so supportive of us. You're always there for us and we couldn't do what we do without you.

May the new year fill your heart with new hopes, open up new horizons and bring for you promises of brighter tomorrows for all creatures. Our best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year.

Huckleberry Hound

One year old. Spayed female. Hound mix.

I've been at RCHS since October waiting to meet my new family and I can't wait. I can take as long as I need to find them but I'd really like to get adopted soon. While I like it here at RCHS, I'm looking forward to going to my new home soon. If you're into exercise and are looking for a companion to keep you company, I may be the dog for you.

Merlin

One year old. Neutered male. American rabbit.

My original owners were moving and could not take me with them. I am a very cute and cuddly bunny and I like to be held. Please remember to bring me a nice carrot when you come to visit.

Mindy

Five year old. Spayed female. Domestic short hair tortoiseshell. I was abandoned by my owner and was brought to RCHS on Dec. 2. I am a very affectionate and vocal young lady.

Simmond

Seven year old. Neutered male. Domestic short hair white.

My friend Shadow and I are great Mouse Hunters, so if you need help ridding the mice in your house we are the ones for you. We are also hoping to stay together and we do not like dogs.

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