Smokey Jill is a spayed female. Wobbles is a neutered male.
Smokey Jill and Wobbles were recently adopted as a pair. They are brother and sister and have lived their lives together. Sadly, the adopter developed allergies and now these two sweethearts are back at Dakin hoping for another person or family to consider adopting them as a 2-fur-1. Both cats have lived harmoniously with older children, each other, and a dog. They are currently residing a one of Dakin colony rooms with several other cats and get along just fine.
Smokey Jill is a bit more reserved when meeting people at least initially. But within just a few minutes she warms up. She is talkative. Her former family says her best quality is that she is playful and sweet.
Wobbles is more outgoing and relaxed. He’s a clown who is right out front to greet people. He loves to play with water and enjoys drinking out of the faucet. Saves on glassware. His family is quick to say his best quality is that he is a love.
I was found as a stray kitten and was brought to Dakin by a kind person. I would love to go home. You can see from my picture that I am a honey of a girl. It’s a really good time to think about adopting a new feline friend because today through Sunday Dakin is having a HALF-OFF CAT AND KITTEN ADOPTION EVENT!
Dakin Adoption Centers in Springfield and Leverett –Thursday, 10/10 through Sunday, 10/13.
Cats (six months and older) can go home for $45 (regular adoption fee is $95).
Kittens (five months and younger) are $125 to adopt (regular adoption fee is $250).
All felines go home spayed/neutered, microchipped, receive age-appropriate vaccinations/testing, a collar and id tag plus a starter kit of food. Please come adopt your new best friend like Emily!
Did you know that October is National Adopt-a-Dog month? How would like to adopt a purebred dog who can also dance? Let me show you I will jump on my rear legs and then I spin. I really like to play with tennis balls. I would love a family that will play ball with me. I am an energetic dog that would enjoy going for long aerobic walks, hikes, or any other physical outdoor activities. Even though I have lots of energy, I can also settle down at night and relax. However, I am not a couch potato type dog. If you are looking for a friend that will gladly entertain you, come to Dakin in Springfield so we can meet in person!
Because October is Adopt-a-Dog month, we’d like to remind you if you are thinking about adding a canine family member, Dakin Humane Society hopes you will consider adoption first. There are many homeless dogs in need of second chances in loving homes. Visit your local humane society, animal control adoption center, or breed rescue and Opt to Adopt!