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Adoptable Pets in the Upper Valley

  • Morgen and Oliver/Lucy Mackenzie. —Maggie Cassidy

  • Midnight/Sullivan County Humane Society. —Maggie Cassidy

  • Joey and Santosha/UVHS.

Published: 11/2/2017 3:52:28 PM
Modified: 11/3/2017 4:28:15 PM

Descriptions and photos of the pets are submitted by the organizations and sent to the Valley News. If you’re interested in meeting or adopting one of the featured pets, please contact the organizations via the links in the pets’ descriptions.

And if you’re involved with a pet adoption organization in the Upper Valley and want to contribute to this feature, please email

Read past editions of this column at

Morgen, adoptable from Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society, with Oliver

“Hi! My name’s Morgen and I’m a 9-year-old spayed female Beagle mix. I came to Lucy Mackenzie with my best friend Oliver (that’s him behind me!) when our human passed away. I lived with her for seven wonderful years.

“Oliver and I are used to being surrounded by lots of love and fun. We’re very bonded, so we need to find a home that can take the both of us.

“I get along well with all sorts of other animals — other dogs, cats and farm animals. I really like people of all sorts and ages, too.

“I have to be a little cautious about how much I eat, because I like to eat! The good news is that I also like to go for walks. Oh, I always need to be walked on a leash, because I will run away.

“So, if you have room in your home and heart for two senior beagles in need of a good home, and own two good leashes, stop in and meet me today!”

Morgen and Olive are up for adoption from Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society, located at 4832 Route 44 in West Windsor and open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 12-4 p.m. Lucy Mackenzie is also on Facebook and Twitter and can be reached at 802-484-5829.

Midnight, adoptable from Sullivan County Humane Society

“I am 12-year-old Midnight. My dad loved me and my siblings CoCo and Ashes but, sadly, had to surrender us when he moved in 2015.

“We were adopted together but sadly, our adoptive family got divorced and abandoned us in their apartment. Fortunately, the landlord called Sullivan County Humane Society and they came right over to get us.

“CoCo has already been adopted but Ashes and I are looking for our hopefully forever home!

“I am vet checked, neutered, vaccinated for rabies and distemper, treated for fleas and worms, microchipped and FIV/FeLV negative. I am an absolute sweetheart, so if you are looking for an older lovebug, I am the cat for you!”

Midnight is up for adoption from Sullivan County Humane Society, located at 145 Broad St. in Claremont. Please see hours on the humane society website at and Facebook. Call 603-542-3277 or email

Joey and Santosha, adoptable from Upper Valley Humane Society

Joey is a sweet and gentle young adult rabbit. He is inquisitive and smart and uses his litter box perfectly.

Santosha is a sweet, outgoing young rabbit. She is very smart and enjoys her food puzzle toys. She loves her green veggies and gentle scratches on her nose.

These two would love to find a home together!

Joey and Santosha are up for adoption from the Upper Valley Humane Society, located at 300 Old Route 10 in Enfield and open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The Upper Valley Humane Society is also on Facebook and Instagram and can be reached at 603-448-6888.

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