Pets of the Week

Photo Courtesy of Humane Society for Greater Nashua Chiqui is up for adoption.

CHIQUI & JOHNNY

Hi everyone and buenos dias! Tu habla espanol? Do you speak English? We might know a few words in both languages. Yeah, we’re pretty cool like that. We come to you from Puerto Rico. We are siblings and have lived together for seven years now and we’re a little grumpy sometimes. Nothing major, we just are not big fans of going for a leashed walk and are having a tough time adjusting to this New England cold weather, which makes us a bit fearful and timid. Reasonable and understandable, wouldn’t you say? If you have just a moderate level of patience and live in an adult only home, then we’d be very good to you. I just know it! Come on by and visit. Like all the pets here, we’ve been spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on my vaccines and I’ve been behaviorally evaluated.

BEAR

Hi, I’m a 5-year-old male with gorgeous, black, long hair. I was a stray and became accustomed to being outside so when I’m inside for too long, I get cabin fever and a little rambunctious. I think my mom once used the term ‘wild child’ to describe me. That said, I don’t play all that nice with others so if I’m your only pet, that would be wonderful. You would expect a deep long meow from me, being a head strong male and all. But when I’m happy or hungry, all I’ve got to share vocally is a little chirp. Uniquely different in that regard. I was alone for the holidays, but I’m very hopeful that someone will make me their Valentine.

Photo Courtesy of Humane Society for Greater Nashua A cat named bear is looking for a furr-ever home.

The Humane Society for Greater Nashua is at 24 Ferry Road, Nashua. Hours are noon-5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For more information, visit hsfn.org, call 889-2275 or email hsfn@hsfn.org.