Each week, we will highlight pets available for adoption from local rescue organizations. In December, we are featuring Coastal Pet Rescue.
AGE: 6 Years
COLORS: Brown and White
WEIGHT: Large (50 to 75 lbs)
This six-year-old Heinz 57 seeks a reassuring companion who can remind her how to “dog” again. Give her a little time and she’ll give you kisses and her backside so you can give it a good scratch. While she seems to get along with her male doggie friends, she doesn’t like to share her space with other female dogs – or cats.
Curious and sweet, Mia is a member of the “Clean Kennel Club,” enjoys walks (and is a good leash walker), a good belly rub, and playing ball.
Mia would love nothing more than a place where she and her toys can feel safe and loved.
AGE: 1 Year
COLORS: Black and White
WEIGHT: Small (10 - 25 lbs)
Brash is our resident super model. Don’t let her name full you, though! She is super sweet & affectionate, and always eager to receive pets and snuggles from you.
She gets along fairly well with her feline roommates, waiting her turn for the feather wand & chin tickles. She’s happy napping the afternoon away while you’re at work (or working from home), then cuddle up for some attention.
She loves to flop down and roll around to show off her beauty, hoping to entice you to pet her and give her some tubby rubs. She has the cutest way of stretching out her arms and legs while making air biscuits while she’s getting loved.
She likes to have a comfy spot to hide while she gets used to a new place, but once she’s comfortable, she’s all about getting some love and affection from you and any new friends. She also enjoys climbing, so a cat tree would make this girl one happy cat.
Brash is an absolute gem of a cat and can’t wait to brighten your home and your life.
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.