PITTSFORD- Now that the weather is getting nicer, many people clean out closets and do some spring cleaning. If you find old bedding or towels, please think about bringing them to the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS). They make great bedding for the animals and keep them cozy and comfortable while they're here. The animals especially love comforters, blankets, sheets and towels.
Thanks for your continued support and for thinking of the animals. If you have any questions, please contact the shelter at 802-483-6700.
Fourteen months old. Spayed female. Beagle.
"I'm an adorable, tail waggin' gal who loves to play. Toys are fun, fun, fun and I really get excited when I play. I'm a social lady who enjoys being with people. I know a few tricks including Sit and I can just about roll all the way over for 'roll-over.' Of course, I am a Beagle, so I also like to smell and explore a lot so keeping me on a leash or in a fenced in area will be smart."
Eight years old. Neutered male. Chihuahua.
"Ay, caramba! I am, quite simply, adorable. I love to hug and cuddle and have made everyone here fall in love with me, if you spend a few minutes with me you will know why. I quite like the company of cats and quiet people but I find other dogs and kids (especially younger, active ones) to be stressful. My perfect home will be as an only dog with stay at home parents who believe in lap dogs. No soy guapo?"
Six months old. Spayed female. Domestic Short Hair Buff.
I was very scared when I arrived at the shelter with my three sisters. Thanks to all the attention and love the staff at the shelter provided we are beginning to relax and act more like kittens should. As you can see I have seven toes and my color is remarkable. My new family will need to be patient with me when I first get home.
Director of Outreach and Special Events
Rutland County Humane Society
802-483-9171 ext. 217