CRITTER CHATTER: Open your home to a new pet with...
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Jan 26, 2017  |  Vote 0    0

CRITTER CHATTER: Open your home to a new pet with adoption

North York Mirror

Let’s welcome in February (the month of love!) by opening hearts and a home to Piper and Cheri.  Sweet, social Piper and fun, friendly Cheri. Both pets are looking for love — hopefully in all the right places.

Piper is the perfect companion. She is sweet, good-natured, independent, friendly, and loves to be in your company. She is an approximately four-year-old spayed female feline who is in good health and has perfect litter-box etiquette. She has a gorgeous, soft coat of grey-and-white fur with large golden eyes that are definitely the window into her gentle soul.

Pretty Piper is a very social gal who enjoys being around people and delights in receiving lots of pats. She is an easygoing cat who is content to curl up on a comfy chair for a little cat nap or gaze out the window and watch the activities outside. Piper would like to enjoy all your attention, so she is best-suited for a single-pet family. Piper is in the care of Forgotten Ones Cat Rescue, a not-for-profit rescue organization. Piper has received her veterinary health exam, is up-to-date with vaccines, microchipped, de-wormed and FeLV/FIV tested (negative). To learn more about Piper, contact Forgotten Ones Cat Rescue at; see her on the web at

This stunning lady is Cheri, an approximately nine-year-old spayed female Wheaten Terrier and Briard mix (best guess).  She may look bigger than she actually is due to her thick luscious wiry coat, however she weighs in at only 60 pounds. Cheri is social, fun and friendly with people and gets along well with other dogs; she has not been assessed with cats as yet. She is house-trained and crate trained, is a wonderful travelling companion in the car and enjoys going for walks and sniffing out the “who’s who” in the neighbourhood. She would love to be cherished by a caring family and will give back tenfold.

Cheri has received her veterinary health exam, is up-to-date with vaccines, microchipped and has had a recent dental cleaning. To learn more about Cheri contact Adopt-A-Dog Save-A-Life at; see her on the web at

Lorraine Houston is the director of Speaking of Dogs, an organization devoted to education, outreach and rescue. Her column appears the first Thursday of every month. Contact her at

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