Lemon, Nala, Snowcone & Froyo
These pets are looking for great homes like yours!
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Go to Featured Pets – The Humane Society of Harford County (harfordshelter.org) to adopt the following pets:
Dog of the Week – LEMON
Age: 11 months
Color: Brown & White
Breed: Mixed Breed
Adoption Fee: $250
Don’t you just love a good whodunit? Hi, I’m Lemon, and I’m a big fan of mystery novels and authors like Agatha Christie and John Grisham. And that’s probably because my past is a bit of a mystery and my mix of breeds is too, but you can help solve the mystery of where I’ll end up if you adopt me and take me home! I’m a little 11-month-old introvert who really lights up when other dogs are around. And when there’s toys involved…oh boy, then the fun really starts! I’m working on my social skills and self-confidence and the shelter staff is excited to talk to you about tools for success. They’re also excited to bring me out to meet you, so come on over!
Cat of the Week – NALA
Age: 9 years
Color: Black & Brown
Breed: Domestic Medium Hair Mix
Adoption Fee: $45
Snug as a bug in a rug. Yes, that’s our Nala! Nala is a real grande dame: respected, experienced and in a class all her own. Nala gets along with other cats and you’ll find her in our community cat room, probably snuggled in her bed, taking a cat nap. She loves visitors and will gladly purr to show her contentment, and when you see her front paws gently kneading the air, Nala’s in her happy place and it’s all good! She’s got a gorgeous coat with flecks of gold, and her tail is full and bushy. Nala’s a gem, and you’ll be better for having met her!
Critters of the Week – SNOWCONE & FROYO
Age: 3 years
Adoption Fee: $10 each
Meet Snowcone and Froyo. These sisters are a real sweet treat, guaranteed to NOT give you brain freeze! Both girls will run right up to the cage door to greet you and sniff to see if you brought them a treat. Their favorite activities include sleeping in their little pod, hoarding food, and running around on the open floor. Froyo is definitely the more outgoing of the two and is the first to go investigate something new. Once she knows it’s okay, Snowcone will soon lumber over too. Rats thrive when they have a companion, so Snowcone and Froyo must be adopted together. But like most things in life, two rats are better than one!