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Adoptable Pets in the Upper Valley

  • Hudson is adoptable from Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society.

  • Mary is adoptable from Sullivan County Humane Society.


Friday, August 18, 2017

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 mcassidy@vnews.com.

Read past editions of this column at www.vnews.com/adoptablepets.

Hudson, adoptable from Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society

“Hi! My name’s Hudson and I’m a 2-year-old neutered male. I came here when my owner was forced to move and couldn’t take me with him. I had been with him since he found me wandering about.

“I am a very friendly and playful guy, and I was born with a vey cute, short tail. Even though it was really sad to leave my family and come here, I’m glad I did. The people and veterinarians have taken such good care of me and I must admit, I feel so much better now.

“There’s not much more I can tell you about me other than I promise to fill your home and heart with lots of love and laughs. If you’ve been looking for a new feline companion, stop in and meet me today!”

Chiquita is 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.

Mary, adoptable from Sullivan County Humane Society

“Sweet girl Mary is patiently waiting for a home. This loving girl gets frequently overlooked because she is elderly.

“When she first came to Sullivan County Humane Society, she could be very grumpy but she also had a pretty rotten mouth. We had a dental done and she is a whole new girl now!

“If you sit in her enclosure, she often will trot over and jump into your lap and just lay there purring. Our director bent down to give her a kiss on her head the other day, and just as she was about to kiss her, Mary turned her head and licked our director’s nose — giving her a kiss instead!

“She, like any of us, has her moments when she would prefer to be left alone but she has so much love to give and desperately wants a family. Mary is fine with other cats and really just wants a warm, comfy spot to lay in-preferably your lap!”

Mary 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 www.sullivancountyhumanesociety.org and Facebook. Call 603-542-3277 or email sullivanhumane@hotmail.com.