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Pets of the Week

Look who had their 15 minutes of fame this week! The pets love the pupperazzi and the chance to share their stories. Sorry, no pawtographs, but they are accepting interviews for new homes.

Fox CT
Tune in on Tuesday mornings.

Bolt lives up to his name. Is it because at 4-months old, darting about is too much to resist? Or does this cutie like to play hard-to-get? Regardless of the reason, Bolt is sure to bring joy into your life. This kitty is fun, healthy and ready to find love. Are you the one for him? He is available in Newington.

iHeart Media
Tune in on Thursday mornings.

Azalea is a 1-year old Australian cattle dog mix ready to find her forever after. Typical to the breed, she is busy, intelligent and thrives with training and exercise. She is confident, snuggly and full of joy for living. She’s going to be happiest in a family where everyone is over 12 years old and accustomed to meeting the needs of herders. She is available in Newington.

NBC Connecticut
Tune in on Sunday mornings.

Gizmo promises that she’s not a gremlin in disguise waiting to evolve into a companion you didn’t expect. At 14-years old, she’s ready for the quiet and introspective things life has to offer. She likes peace and calm in her surroundings and in her people. She will need a family dedicated to caring for a cat with typical senior health. She’s available in Newington.

WBMW Radio
Tune in on Monday mornings.

Purrcy is a 6 year old male diva looking for a home where he can get all the attention. He wants to be the only pet so that he can command all the love for himself. He’s still young and agile enough to enjoy lots of playtime with feather wands. And when exercise has concluded he likes to curl up and watch the latest episode of whatever you’re watching on Netflix. He is available in Waterford.

WICC Radio
Tune in on Wednesday mornings.

Sammy has black short fur and is very sweet! He is an 8-year old neutered male and his companion, Emma (pictured), is 6 with white fur and has some tiger patterning. Both are up to date on vaccines and ready to go home together! When pets come in together they’re evaluated to see if they are “bonded” and these two are. When separated so Sammy could get his dental, Emma ran out to greet him, rubbing and meowing after the procedure was complete. These two are shy but when they make human friends, it’s forever! This bonded pair is available in Westport.

Please note: the pets featured here were available at the time of posting. Pets are adopted daily and so the availability of those pictured cannot be guaranteed. There is always a great selection of companion pets. Visit www.cthumane.org/adopt to view the pets currently available or in person to find the perfect friend for your family!

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