Pet of the Week – September 20, 2019

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(Pet of the Week – September 20)

Ramona Humane Society

“Rascal” – Pitbull male Mix (Senior)

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

Rascal is good w/other dogs, up to date on shots, de-wormed and he’ll be neutered before his adoption.

159387 / R231933


“Pin Pin” – Black & White female DSH

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

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


Here is Brenna! Terrier Mix Female

DOB:  7/16/15

Brenna is a very friendly, sociable little dog that loves everybody.  She enjoys getting out for walks and exploring at the park. She has been a good mother to her puppy and is now looking for a home of her own.  She will be a wonderful dog for a family with children.

Brenna will be a loyal, affectionate companion that will thrive with an adopter or family that will include her in their daily lives.

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


Here is Croissant! DSH White/ Black Tabby Male

DOB: 4/5/19

Meet Croissant! Croissant is one sweet kitty who loves to play and explore! He enjoys back-scratches and occasional belly rubs! While at the cattery, Croissant can be found playing with his kitty friends, climbing cat towers, and chasing toy mice. 

Fall in love with Croissant today! 

All of our cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped and up to date on all vaccinations. 

Our two requirements for adopting a cat are: 

—Must be indoors only, cannot go outside 

—Declawing is NOT allowed.


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