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Paws & Pals: Pets up for adoption now at North Shore Animal League

In this week's Paws & Pals, North Shore Animal League presented some furry friends that are looking for their 'furever' homes.

News 12 Staff

Nov 27, 2023, 11:21 AM

Updated 233 days ago


In this week's Paws & Pals, North Shore Animal League presented some furry friends that are looking for their 'furever' homes.
OLIVER - About to celebrate his 4th birthday. Oliver is a Pit Bull Terrier / Labrador mix rescued from Louisiana. This special boy is looking for a place to call home. Oliver has been diagnosed with epilepsy. He’s a lucky dog though as he’s a North Shore Animal League America Sponsor Pet so his medical condition is covered by our Pet Health Centers. His medication is provided at cost and our veterinary team will work with his new family to ensure his treatment as easy and manageable as possible. Oliver’s a big boy (89.4 pounds) so he’d do best with adopters who have previous dog experience and in a home with older kids so everyone in the household can help Oliver continue his behavior training and overcome some shyness with new people and situation.
HONEY - Honey is stunning 8-year-old female German Shepherd mix who traveled all the way from the Cayman Islands to find her new family on Long Island. This beautiful, soulful girl is seeking a quiet, loving home with an experienced dog owner. She’s a total sweetheart who loves giving kisses and is hoping to find adopters ready to reciprocate with all the love and affection she deserves. She is 87.4 pounds.
YORKSHIRE - Yorkshire is an exceptionally friendly six-month-old, male tabby rescued locally. Due to injury, the medical team removed his right eye, but it doesn’t slow him down a bit and he looks like he’s always winking at you! This little sprite is having a blast in his foster home where he happily greets guests, looking for cuddles, offering headbutts, and even trying to climb up your leg to get to you for attention. He loves to play fetch with small toys he can carry in his mouth and likes to settle himself into your lap and make biscuits. He’s very confident and ready to play any time but when it’s bedtime, expect him curled up as close to you as he can possibly get! It’s time for Yorkshire to find a permanent home to call his own. Yorkshire is up for a good time, but fur friends can be a bit too much for him – he needs to be the only pet in your home. If you’re looking for one solo friend to brighten your days, Yorkshire is looking for his lifelong family!
GREAT NEWS: Esme & Eagan were adopted together after being featured on News 12!
ESME & EAGAN - **Double Adoption / Bonded Sisters** (Esme is solid black / Eagan is grey tabby)
After being rescued off the local streets, three-year-olds Esme and Eagan needed a bit of tender loving care and some time to adjust to indoor life. Currently, they’re together in a calm, peaceful room at Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center where formerly fearful Eagan (solid black) is completely open to love and attention from cats and people alike.
You’ll find her cuddling in a ray of sunlight with any of her friends, but she’ll up and follow you around in hopes you’ll offer her treats. Esme (grey/black tabby) has always been the more outgoing, playful of the two but she’s still a little shy about too much human attention which is why this bonded pair of sisters is searching for a home with older children and adults experienced in nurturing the fear from felines. This pair are the felines who have been at Animal League America the longest and it’s time these beautiful girls become beloved pets in a loving home… you could provide them that security and forever-after.

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