Pet of the Week – October 3, 2019

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(Pet of the Week – October 3)

“Rascal” – Pitbull male Mix (Senior)

What a cute guy.  Rascal came to us as a stray so we estimate his age to be 7 years old & weight at 57.6 pounds.  Rascal is a long term resident, loaded with personality & character.  He doesn’t seem to be shy at all – just a great dog. 

Rascal is neutered, good w/other dogs, up to date on shots, and de-wormed.

159387 / R231933



“Pin Pin” – Black & White female DSH

Gorgeous, sweet, well-mannered young lady.  While here Pin Pin is being just the best girl…no fussing…just sitting pretty and hoping for the best.  She came to us as a stray so we estimate her age to be 1 year old and weight at 6.7 pound19s.  

Pin Pin is spayed, good w/other cats, LITTER-BOX TRAINED, up to date on shots, de-wormed and she is available NOW.

161628 / R233272


Sybil” – Female Chihuahua Mix

DOB:  8/27/14

Sybil wins you over with her big smile and cheery disposition.  She enjoys being with other dogs and is also very friendly with people.  She is willing, eager to please and will be a beautiful companion dog for an individual or family.  Sybil came to Living Free, somewhat overweight. Daily short walks would be beneficial in helping Sybil get back to a healthy weight.

Sybil is a low to medium energy dog that may be fine with children.  She is looking forward to being part of a family who will love her and take her into their hearts and home.


Here are CoCo and Joey! 

Age: Coco is 4yrs old & Joey is 2yrs old.

Meet Coco and Joey! Coco and Joey are brand new to the cattery and are looking for their forever home! Coco is a sweet female English Spot, who enjoys exploring and loves head rubs! Joey is a mellow male English Spot, who enjoys relaxation and treats! 

Hop on by and meet Coco and Joey today! 

(Coco and Joey are a bonded pair and must be adopted together)

Living Free, is a donor-supported, nonprofit, no-kill animal sanctuary.  Located at 54250 KeenCamp Road in Mountain Center off Highway 74, 15 Minutes from Idyllwild.  For more information, call:  951-321-9982 or visit living-free.org/adopt.


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