North Country SPCA

Baby Ra Ra - North Country SPCA

Baby Ra Ra - North Country SPCA

With the cooler weather we have had lately, it’s a reminder that even with the sunny summer days, Fall is just around the corner! Before you know it, Sept. 13 will be here, and it will be time for the NCSCPA’s Annual Benefit Golf Tournament in Westport! The tournament is a great opportunity for golf lovers to get outside and have some fun for a worthy cause. Registration information will be posted soon on our website, ncspca.org, but in the meantime, you can contact Gayle Alexander for more details, at 873-6691.

Other shelter news includes a wave of adoptions over the past several weeks, including many purrs, wagging tails, as well as smiling human faces! Rowena and Natasha, both cats who were long-term residents of the shelter, are thrilled to have found their forever home together. Huge ebony Truffles, who weighs in over 15 pounds, is looking forward to plenty of kitty treats and giving a whole lotta love to his new family. Our fluffy canine friends, Knox and Finn, are excited to be to be roommates at their home. We love happy endings; if you have an adoption story to share with us, please feel free to post your “happy tails” on our Facebook page!

Our featured pet this week is Baby Ra Ra, a Chihuahua/Boston Terrier-mix with the sweetest brown eyes you have ever seen. Poor little Baby came into hard times when his owner became homeless and Baby had to come here. He is absolutely devastated to be at the shelter and he’s really hoping to find his forever home soon! Baby is three years old and is a tiny guy, weighing only about eight pounds. He needs a kind and patient person who can give him time to readjust to his new surroundings. He has lived with kids and other dogs. If you’re looking for a pocket pooch, Baby loves to held and cuddled, but with all of his cuteness he won’t be here long - so make a beeline to our shelter and meet Baby Ra Ra.

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