Pet of the Week
This partnership between the Steven Cohen Team and the Animal Rescue League of Boston highlights animals looking for a forever home. Every week we bring you new furry, scaly, of feathery potential family members. If you think any of these animals are the right fit for your home, plan to visit them today. For more information about adoptable animals, contact the Animal Rescue League at (617) 426-9170 or visit their website.
Meet Molly & Clarence: The Adorable Bonded Pair!
You may have heard about Molly & Clarence on the local news. They, along with many other cats, was surrendered to us from an overcrowded household. Molly is a petite and playful cat, and her preferences are simple: she likes gentle petting, treats, catnip and other cats. She will purr softly if you stroke her soft fur. Clarence is a bit braver. He's a total lovebug with people! They love to snuggle with each other and snuggle with you! So what is better than one adorable cat? A Bonded Pair!! They sleep together even groom each other, which is pretty cute to see! In the morning, the staff report that they are both very interactive when people go into their space - both cats will rub up against whoever is cleaning and purr!
Boston is a 7 Month Old Black Pit-Mix who was surrendered to ARL for being too active. Boston is an energetic pup who loves everyone. Given his youth, Boston is still working on his housebreaking and will benefit from being on a regular routine and schedule.
Boston is super energetic and has not met anyone he does not want to play with! He does likes to jump on everyone when he meets and can become overly playful if not re-directed. At times, Boston can play a bit rough so he would do best with experienced and active owner. Boston would greatly benefit from dog training, regular exercise and play.
Momma is a gorgeous orange lady, which aren't so common as most orange tabby cats are boys. In her previous home, Momma was friendly with her whole family - one of her favorite things is to have her head scratched. At 13 years young, Momma has spent her whole life in a quiet home, so understandably, loud noises are scary for Momma. Therefore, she is happily hanging out in our Feline Suite, where she has lots of places to lounge away from the busy Adoption Center. Momma lived with other animals (both dogs and cats) but was timid around them, so we think she'd prefer to be the only pet. Understandably, this little lady is timid with strangers, but go slow with her and you'll win her love. It may take a little while for Momma to show her true colors, but she's absolutely worth the effort!
If you've got the relaxing retirement home this little wallflower is seeking, please stop by to meet her!