Sophia is doing great and loves the house. She is so sweet and is eating and sleeping well and taking her meds. She's already had a blueberry facial from the groomer along with a nail trim and bath. She is just a gem and fits right in. We love her.
Three years ago we adopted a wonderful 8 year old cat named Mortimer. We wanted an older cat because we are 72 and 76 years old now and Mort is 11. We do not want our sweetheart to ever be homeless again. Mort is the most loving cat. He loves to be near me. He plays with his toys, loves being brushed and has lots of kisses to share. He is not too fast and not too slow, especially when it comes to supper time. My reason for writing is to encourage Seniors to consider the companionship of an older cat or animal for that matter. We have so much in common really and we both want to have a friend close by. They don't run very fast and neither do we. Thank you.
This is Artemis. We adopted her from the Hinsdale Humane Society ten years ago this month. She is every bit as sweet as she looks.
Absolutely love this pup! Adam (now renamed Toby) is the perfect addition to our family! We love him so much and could not have found a better dog! Thanks for introducing us to such a sweet boy!
Just wanted to let you know that Adele, now known as Indy for Independence Day is adjusting well to her new home. She is getting along with everyone and even has a homemade cat tree that she doesn't seem to want to use. She is eating well except she won't touch canned food regardless of brand or flavor for some reason.