"I like toys!" "Imma frog-dog! Hey, do these "Stand next to me Harley, so My last resort: sad, pitiful, 'Adopt me' face.
stripes make my butt look big?" everyone can see how small I am."
One night, I got out of the house where I was staying and I ran in front of a volunteer's car. I scared her nearly half to death because she thought she hit me (to be fair, she
scared me, too!). But she laid down on the side of the street to show me she was trying to help me, and I got in the car with her. Turns out, almost getting hit was the best thing
that happened to me. I had never been to the vet, even though I am about 3 yrs old, so I got heartworms which would
have killed me without treatment. The good news is that treatment is included in my adoption fee at no extra cost to whomever decides to be my forever family.
Everyone that meets me says I am nearly perfect, so I am not sure why I don't have a family yet. I think it's because people think I am bigger than I am. So I took some pictures
(well, my foster people did because...no opposable thumbs). Anyway, as you can see, using my foster mom's big dog as a reference...I am pint-sized. Also, I like toys, frog
dogging and sofa snuggles. I like humans of all ages and sizes...same for dogs. Cats are weird-looking, but I believe in accepting others the way they are.
If you are interested in me, you can request a meeting by filling out this form: Dog Adoption Form
(Don't worry. There are no strings attached....you won't be stuck with me.This just helps to find out if we are match)
Did you know?
All supplies and veterinary care are provided by PAS for foster pets while they await permanent adoption.
To join our foster parent team, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a Foster Parent Application
Pet Adoption Services, Inc. (PAS) is an all-breed cat and dog rescue organization operating throughout the Greater New Orleans Area. Our mission is to rescue, re-home, and when necessary, rehabilitate pets in need. PAS seeks to advocate for the welfare of animals through pet guardian and community education in order to promote and enrich the human-animal bond, with the goal of assisting in the eradication of pet homelessness and suffering.
PAS receives no government funding and relies on the support of private donors.
PAS is a 100% volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated.
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