Update: Juliet is still with us and still looking for her forever home. She would make a wonderful companion to the feline crowd. Under a year old, this min-pin/Chihuahua is a bundle of energy. She loves to play fetch and tug of war, and car rides are her fav, as is snuggling in the blankets. She’s not a barker, unless to alert, and would love to sit on your lap while you watch the Super Bowl! She’s quick to learn basics with consistent training. Call ARF to make an appointment to meet Juliet and bring a leash. You will want to take her home.
ARF has several dogs available for adoption on our website under assisted adoption. Check our Facebook page as well for dogs needing homes.
Meow, meow, it’s a feline frenzy.
Poppy is a young male kitten who loves to play, and seems to have an interest in keeping the cattery clean. He will follow the broom around and be sure that all litter boxes have been cleaned to perfection. After he’s taken care of the housework, it’s time to play. Not a meower, he is great with other felines, and actually loves to play with Juliet the dog.
The Hemingway brothers are still kitten enough to play. Under a year old, Ernie is the friendliest of the two. Both are polydactyls, but Ernie has an extra surprise. He is polydactyl on all four paws, which makes him very rare. Come on in to ARF to help socialize these boys and who knows? You may want to take one of them home.
Tommy is still waiting for his Christmas wish. He would like his own outdoor cattery so he can nap in the sun with one eye open always checking out the birds. He is a large male, about 3 years old, and is very mellow with other felines, and very gentle with humans.
We have several adult cats in our cattery, too.
ARF has many cats and dogs available for adoption or fostering. Go to www.arfidyllwild.weebly.com and click on Petfinder. There is also a link for Facebook. All pets are spayed, neutered and current on shots. ARF is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays.
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