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Sunday, August 3, 2014

Pets of the week for Aug. 3

Animal Rescue Network of New England


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Animal Rescue Network of New England


Rocky and Emo are handsome cats that were rescued after the unexpected death of their owner left them homeless and living in squalor. If not for a selfless good Samaritan, both cats would have slowly perished. We would love to keep these “brothers” together, but it isn’t mandatory. Five-year-old Rocky, appropriately named, is a big boy at 14 pounds. He has a smoky charcoal and white luxurious, but short, coat. Three-year-old Emo has mesmerizing hazel eyes and is about 9 pounds, with a silky medium-length coat of gray and white. Both kitties are loving and friendly. Their hobbies are napping, playing with each other and bird-watching from a sunny indoor lounging spot where they’re safe from the perils of the outdoors. They would love a forever home – together, if possible – where they would be safe and don’t have to worry about when their next meal will be. Please consider them.

ARNNE cats must be kept indoors only – no exceptions. Hours are by appointment only. For more information, visit, email or call 233-4801. Meet our adoptable pets at our monthly Pet Adoption Day at the Pelham Congregational Church, 3 Main St. The next one is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Aug. 23.

Humane Society
for Greater Nashua


After more than two years of patrolling my neighborhood, I was brought into the Humane Society to find a family to call my own. I have many tales to tell after years on the streets, so I need someone who likes a real storyteller. Don’t let my years living alone put you off, because I’m charming and enjoy human attention in the forms of pets, play and treats! I’m seeking a home where I can go outside every now and again, because I enjoyed exploring the great outdoors and would like to continue to do so in my new home. Come in and ask any of the adoption counselors here at HSFN for an interview with me.


Allow me to kindly introduce myself – I’m Winnie, and I’m here patiently waiting for someone to bring me home. I’ve made many friends with staff and volunteers, and I often hear them talking about my sweet and gentle demeanor, how incredibly intelligent I am and even how I would excel at training classes! I can be a little shy and unsure when introduced to new situations, but I warm up quickly and am often playing within minutes. I really do love to play, as I am only 10 months old, and would love to find an active home that will help build my confidence and take me on many adventures. It would be my pleasure to join my new family on car rides, trips to the park and maybe even to the beach!

Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society

The Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society’s Catmobile will be at the AMC Movie Theatre in Tyngsborough, Mass., from 8:30 a.m. until late afternoon Aug. 19 offering low-cost spay and neuter services for cats and kittens. The cost is $120 for a female cat, $80 for a male cat and $35 for qualified ferals. The package includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccination, exam and nail trim. Microchipping is $20. Kittens are welcome. Reservations are required; call 1-978-465-1940 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, email or visit to book online.