Friday, June 13, 2014
Chupee is a one-year-old, 40-pound mixed breed. She is a stray who arrived at the shelter extremely sick, and completely fur-less. For the past three months she has lived in a foster home healing. Choops has adjusted to the “human” life quite well. She loves soft blankets to cuddle in inside her crate. And she absolutely loves her plush squeaky toys, Chupee is great on a leash, she loves long walks and doesn’t pull on her leash. She is crate trained, and is doing well with her house-breaking. She is even learning the word “no.” She is great with other dogs. Her foster sister is 50 pounds and they are great friends. She has gotten very vocal when she is crated and left alone. For this reason I do not recommend her new forever home to be a townhouse or apartment. She also needs a fenced in backyard to run around in. Call her Foster Mom Deb at 843-875-2770 or you email email@example.com.
Selena is an eight-year-old spayed female Domestic Shorthair. She says, “My previous owner could no longer take care of us and brought my sister Leslie and me here to the shelter. We are now at Petland enjoying the view and all the attention, but would really love to find our furever home together if possible. Please give us a chance to win your heart!” You can meet sweet Selena at Petland located at 975 Bacons Bridge Rd. in Summerville or call 843-419-6548.
The Frances R. Willis SPCA is open Monday and Tuesday 12 to 5 p.m.; Thursday 12 to 6 p.m.; Friday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is closed on Wednesdays. View all of the adoptable pets online at www.summervillespca.org. Donations are appreciated. Call 843-871-3820 or visit at 136 Four Paws Lane in Summerville.
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