“My name is Chico, and I am a very playful two year old who can play for hours if you can keep up! I was originally adopted off the streets of Puerto Rico, which is why you can refer to me as ‘Sato,’ a slang word for ‘street dog.’ I’ve been told that I am a very handsome pup who looks like a mix of Pointer, Whippet, and Greyhound. A lovely family in New Jersey wanted to give me a forever home, but I didn’t mesh well with the other family dog. I have a lot of energy, so I would like to be the top dog in your family!
“I’m also a very smart boy who knows basic commands; I can even catch treats in the air! I love to play fetch, ride in the car, and take long walks on the beach. One of my best volunteer friends can vouch for me; whenever we get back from our regular outings, he always says, ‘Chico is a lovely boy! He’s so cool. He is great on leash, affectionate, and so well behaved! Chico would be a wonderful addition to many, many families.’”
“My name is Florence Nightingale and I am the purrfect lap kitty! I got my name after being found outside the local human hospital. They say that stray animals find animal lovers wherever they go, and I supposed that old saying is true. After a member of the Monmouth County SPCA took her mom to the hospital, she returned with an unexpected surprise—me!
“I am very friendly and lovable, and I love to be petted and snuggled. I don’t get along well with other cats in most cases; I am greedy and want you all to myself! However, I would be fine with a fellow independent cat that wouldn’t bother me too much. Although I could live with the right cat, my dream home will be all about me!”
For more information about Chico, Florence, and other adoptable dogs and cats, contact Monmouth County SPCA at (732) 542-5962 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Share this post with the icons below to help them find a new family!
About Monmouth County SPCA
MCSPCA is a non-profit, no-kill organization that relies entirely on private donations for funding. They are “dedicated to enforcing animal cruelty laws; providing a safe haven for homeless, abused and abandoned pets while they await adoption; reducing pet overpopulation through spay/neutering; and cultivating their humane treatment through education and service as a valuable community resource.” In addition to animal adoption and surrender services, MCSPCA provides a low-cost spay and neuter clinic, cruelty investigations, humane education, pet-assisted therapy, dog training, pet bereavement counseling, and lost and found to their community.
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