April 4 – Shaw Local
The Herald-News features this week’s Pets of the Week. Read each animal’s description to learn more about that animal, including where it can be adopted.
Send “Pet of the Week” submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos must be in jpg format, 200 dpi and sent as attachments. Submissions are subject to change for length, style, grammar, and stroke depending on space availability.
Espinella is a 4-year-old calico who was rescued from a high-mortality shelter in southern Illinois. She is friendly, sweet and affectionate. She loves pets and attention and will purr and rub against people to show her love. She would be an amazing companion cat. To meet Espinella, email Catadoptions@nawsus.org. Visit nawsus.org.
Poppy is a fun, outgoing and energetic 3 year old female terrier. She loves to walk around and play with toys. Poppy loves people and is friendly – she is learning to interact with other dogs and would need a slow introduction. She is sweet, active and will bring lots of love and laughter to her forever home. To meet Poppy, email Stacy at email@example.com. Visit nawsus.org.
Sweet one-year-old Salma weighs 21.8 pounds. She loves to run and play with toys and other dogs. To meet Salma, contact Hopeful Tails Animal Rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit hopefultailsanimalrescue.org.
Sasha is a loving 2 year old shepherd mix. She recently had neck surgery for a lump, but she’s not acting like it. Sasha needs an active home where she can run and play. Children at home must be at least 12 years old. Sasha likes to run and play. She accepts dogs and loves people. She works on learning to “sit” and “stay”. To meet Sasha, contact Hopeful Tails Animal Rescue at email@example.com. Visit hopefultailsanimalrescue.org.
Duckie is a basset hound/terrier mix who came to the shelter as an owner. He is very nervous, but kind, and needs a patient forever at home, without men or young children. Contact the Will County Humane Society at willcountyhumane.com and follow the instructions for the adoption process.
Rani is a very small 2-year-old maid with short hair. She needed time to come out of her shell, but now she is sweet and loving. Contact the Will County Humane Society at willcountyhumane.com and follow the instructions for the adoption process.