This week's adoptable pets:
Hi there! My name is Spence, and I am a big, fluffy, super handsome Maine Coon mix boy with the big ear tuffs, big feet and eyeliner-lined eyes. I need a pretty special home that will give me the time I need to adjust and learn to trust. I’m best in a quiet adult-only household. I’m just four years old so I have a lot of loving and joy to bring to you. I’m up to date on my shots, neutered, tested negative and am microchipped. MCA will offer ideas and support as you and I get to know each other. I’m ready for a real home and family!
My name is Wadsworth and yes, I’m named after Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. I’d say that at 13 lbs, you might describe me as having a “commanding figure.” I have a long coat, a lovely ruff and a tail that can be used to dust furniture. I’m super confident, curious and outgoing. I like being near people and getting pets. I’m quick to purr and lie next to my human. I’m up to date with my shots, tested negative, microchipped and neutered. Check out me in action on my video HERE!
This month's featured organization is: MAINE COON ADOPTIONS
Maine Coons are known for as “dogs of the cat world” and are usually very social, outgoing and playful throughout their life. They are “companion cats,” wanting to be in proximity to their family. Maine Coon Adoptions is an all-volunteer cat rescue organization. Our volunteer "Kitty Cuddlers" help to socialize our shyer cats by holding, petting and playing with them. We also rescue short and medium haired kitties. Our next Adoption Fair is this Saturday and Sunday, August 1 and 2, from 11am-3pm at Pet Food Express, 3868 Piedmont Avenue in Oakland. Please visit our website, MaineCoonAdoptions.com, for more information on becoming a Kitty Cuddler, fostering a cat, helping at our Adoption Fairs, and other volunteer opportunities.
Looking for a loving animal? Adopt one now from the KOIT Wet Nose Wednesday family of humane societies, animal care services and shelters. Many of them offer training, neuter/spaying services, clinics, and of course advice for the new pet owner. Find one near you!
Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society
Contra Costa Humane Society
East Bay SPCA
Furever Animal Rescue
Hayward Animal Services Bureau
Humane Society Silicon Valley
Maine Coon Adoptions
Marin Humane Society
Mendocino Coast Humane Society
Oakland Animal Services
Palo Alto Animal Services
Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA
Rocket Dog Rescue – Finds foster and forever homes for abandoned dogs
San Francisco SPCA now with TWO locations. Mission or Pacific Heights
The San Francisco Department of Animal Care and Control
San Jose Animal Care Center
Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority