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Get to know you? No need. Hopscotch is already sure you’re her buddy.
Like her name implies, she’s full of fun – and takes you back to a time when making friends was easy and uncomplicated. It’s impossible not to feel the love.
Because she adores humans, and because she’s so confident and curious, Hopscotch makes herself comfortable in new situations almost immediately. When she’s not exploring her surroundings or following around her favorite folks, she’s thrilled to relax by your side as you brush her lustrous coat, appreciative of every stroke.
Hopscotch is healthy, well-adjusted and very eager to settle in to life in her new digs. At about ten years old, she’s grown into one of those wise souls, grateful for companionship and care; she’ll thrive in a calm, stable home where handling is gentle and predictable. This cutie doesn’t care for surprises and can be a bit bossy with other cats, so she’s hoping to assume the role of sole feline in her new family.
Because she’s a slightly older cat, Hopscotch’s friends atMt. Olive TNR Project, a No More Homeless Pets Network partner in Budd Lake, are working extra hard to find her a loving home as soon as possible. If you think you might be the one for Hopscotch, please email Michelle email@example.com or call 973-804-6273.
Even if you can’t adopt right now, you can still help spread the word by posting Hopscotch’s flyer anywhere pet-loving people might see it. Thank you for all that you do for pets in need — and for caring about Hopscotch.
Together, we can Save Them All®.
Harrison is a ball of joy wrapped up in a pretty red coat and a big cuddly head. He’s the kind of dog anyone would be lucky to call “best friend”. When he came to Sammy’s Hope, a No More Homeless Pets Network partner in Edison, New Jersey, his caregivers could tell right away that Harrison adores people. From his profuse kiss-giving right down to the turbo-wiggle of his tail, Harrison’s innate joy and sweetness seem to shine right out of his body. A big love-bug, he was born to give affection — and receive it.
Harrison, now six-years-old, has been waiting patiently to find his forever home. Every day that passes and he thinks about his soon-to-be-family, his tail perpetually wags. He would love to charm his way into your heart, and with his affectionate personality and adorable face, there is no doubt he would. Watch his video and see for yourself!
If you or someone you know can offer Harrison a good home, please contact Sammy’s Hope by phone at 732-993-8009 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. They would be thrilled to introduce you to Harrison and find him a forever home.
You can also help Harrison find a family by forwarding this email to your pet-loving family and friends.
Thank you for anything you can do to help Harrison find his new home. Together, we can Save Them All®.
Harrison riding in the car