This is Buttons sister to Payton. Like her brother she is becoming a healthy, happy puppy. These babies don’t deserve the life they have been living. They have known the streets and the sad facts of a shelter life. Of course they cannot speak, so on behalf of these babies we are asking that someone give them a life of love, happiness and a promise to keep them safe and free from harm. This isn’t fair, they have never known true love. Please someone come save these angels. Let this little one know what life is about before it’s too late
Sophia is a big beautiful Redbone Coonhound who was picked up as a stray. Though she looks like a purebred, no one ever came looking for her. Antique mahogany color with black nose, lips, and dark around the eyes. She does not drool. She loves the indoor life, other dogs, and food, but not interested in being outdoors or hunting. She is large, and she is an independent thinker like most hounds, but manageable. She likes nothing better than an evening in front of the TV, football rather than sitcoms. She loves the soft pillows in her crate, and she’s quite content to spend the night there. Her foster mom will be sad to see her go. Sophia is also heart worm negative.
Meet Cara. She is one of three sisters we have at the shelter. Someone dropped these girls off on a country road to fend for themselves. We have given the first shots and worming and they have truly became real beauties. Look at the sun makes that black coat shine. Now if we can find this pure ball of joy a forever home, her soul will then shine too. The shelter can sometimes break the spirit of an animal but if you look at those eyes you will see that her spirit is still shining. Make her heart complete and fill her days with love by giving her a second chance.
To adopt and for more information contact Newberry County Animal Care and Control, 11494 S.C. Highway 34, Newberry or phone 321-2185 or go to www.newberrycounty.net/animal/Adoptions.htm.