Each week, we will highlight pets available for adoption from local rescue organizations. In December, we are featuring Coastal Pet Rescue.


AGE: 10 Months 

COLORS: Male Tabby

WEIGHT: X-Small ( < 10 lbs.)

If you’re looking for an affectionate kitten, Alex could be your guy.

This Pisces kitty (born Feb. 22) started off rather timid and shy, but has really come out of his shell to be quite the little lover! He often rubs your legs, waiting for you to give him pets and head scritches. Which is easy to oblige since he is SUPER soft.

He has become quite playful (the more toys the better) and continues to play with his roommates, often snuggling with one or two of them after sharing a big meal. If you have a kitten around the same age needing a friend, Alex would be a good contender. He has grown up with kitties and would love a friend to pal around with.

When being introduced to his new home, he’ll need a little bit of time, patience and a whole lot of love to get settled in and know that he’s finally found his forever home.



AGE: 10 Years 

COLORS: Black/Brown/White Female Hound Mix

WEIGHT: Large (50 – 75 lbs)

Mara came to us at the age of ~10, so we don’t know what her previous life was like before us. She gets along great with male dogs but can be very selective of the female company she keeps, if any.

While she was in foster, this sweet golden girl learned some new tricks, like sitting politely to wait for dinner. She is a quick learner and very treat (and food) motivated.

She can be somewhat territorial, so she does bark but has gotten much better about it. She walks on the leash—no pulling at all—and is completely house-trained.

She loves people and is happy to snuggle on the couch or just hang out. She isn’t overly energetic and is pretty chill for the most part. She’ll lay on her blanket next to the bed, but also likes to snuggle and lay with you on the couch, or in bed.

And did we mention her smile? She will greet you with a smile and an enthusiastic tail wag.

Coastal Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, abused and neglected dogs and cats in Savannah and surrounding areas. Founded in February 2003, Coastal Pet Rescue changes the lives of homeless pets in Chatham, Bryan and Effingham Counties through its foster home program and small capacity shelter, Camp Pawsawhile Retreat.

(912) 228-3538

About The Author

Jamie Burton

Jamie Burton is a journalist and music enthusiast, originally from Upstate New York. She graduated from Penn State in Broadcast Journalism. Check her out on Connect's "What are We Doing?" weekly podcast.

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