Adoptions by Caring Songs For All Creatures

Learn more about Caring Songs For All Creatures by visiting their website at http://caringsongsforallcreatures.org/.

Below are the animals from Caring Songs For All Creatures that will be available for adoption at our 5th Annual Montebello Pet Fair on Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Aladdin is a male, approximately 10 months old. He doesn’t miss a beat! He has a very active mind and is curious about everything. He likes a lot of love and attention, and loves giving it in return. He gets along well with other cats.  He is quite the handsome dude!  If you come home with a new scent, he will find it and give you a sniff over.

Bobbie loves to run on the leash, and is energetic!  She is quiet, but boy when she’s excited, and she wants to go for a run, she will bark to let you know she’s excited and ready to GO!  You best be able to go with her. She loves to hug you and lick you to death.  Yet, she is considerate, and will not wake you in the morning.  

Honey is a gray and black female Tabby. She is approximately 2 years old. She is very affectionate, likes a lot of love and contact, and will claim you as her own! She’s quick to speak her mind if she has something she wants to tell you! She is just a joy to have around and she gets along well with other cats. She has been known to help groom other cats younger than herself. A real sweetheart!

King is an energetic poodle that enjoys playing fetch, going for walks and lying on your lap.  He gets along with other dogs and most cats.  He loves people.  He has grown to be a carefree, happy and healthy dog!!! 

Lola is a quiet black cat w a white tuxedo.  She is shy so it does take a while for her to warm up to people.   Lola does get along w dogs, and all cats she has interacted with. Possibly belongs as a working cat.

A shar pei, Liohnardo loves to cuddle.  He likes going on walks, but not a fan of running.  He’s very sweet, but doesn’t like loud noises and chaos.  He plays better with dogs that are his size and are not aggressive.  He doesn’t bark much, but will let you know if something is wrong. He is housetrained, but doesn’t like being left along too long in the kennel.  

Blind, deaf, and a senior poodle mix, Lucky is not one of those overtly affectionate dogs, but he still enjoys being petted.  He’s easy to please. He needs a patient person, who is capable of understanding him and his slight special needs.    

Mimi is about 2-4 years old. She is incredibly special, and mild mannered, yet extremely playful, jumping out at times to keep you on your toes. She loves to be in the sun, get belly rubs and also meet local birds. She is probably better being around no dogs. She comes when you call her and oddly is obedient. She needs a home with someone who can build trust with her, and is as loyal as she is. Her sweet nature makes her a true friend. She will love to lounge next to you. She is really the ideal cat.

Max is an adorable low-key senior who might do best with someone looking for a sedate pet. He loves nothing more than to be curled up in bed with you. Max is house-broken, affectionate and obedient. He is easy to leash, and would enjoy short walks and car rides. He does have some hearing and visual impairment, but those in no way impair his ability to function.  Good with dogs of all sizes, and OK with cats.  Age about 10-14 estimated.  

Part siamese, Sia is very friendly.  She likes to be close to you, and will sit on your lap.  She would do well in a home environment by herself – one to one, she is great.  She is quiet and will go off by herself if other animals are around.  Sia is 1 to 1/2 years old.

Partially blind, Tiny manages to get around still.  A male pom mix, he is very sweet, and a playful little guy, yet he would do best as an only dog.  He goes in his crate when foster dad is home, where he feels safe.  But don’t let him fool you.  He loves to roughhouse too, once he feels comfortable with you.  The ideal adopter will understand Tiny needs his space, and allow him to come around at his own pace. It shouldn’t long.