Linda Cassidy

Wet Nose Wednesday

This week's adoptable pets:


Sweet Koda Bear was rescued last April after someone set him on fire, put him in a sealed box and through him from a moving car. He received burns on his face, ears, paws and small scattered burns down his back. He went through months of painful treatments for his burns but always wagged his little tail and licked your face. Almost a year later he is a heathy, happy and energetic teenager. His velvet fur grow back everywhere except for his muzzle and around his eyes which we protect with sunscreen if he is out for long periods of time. He is a smart boy, eager to please and should attend training with new parents to establish a good relationship. Doctor thinks he is a Pharaoh hound mixed. He was about 7-8 weeks old when he was rescued so we chose a birthday for him, Valentine’s Day, because he stole our hearts.  Koda is ready for his FurEver new home with a family to love him for a lifetime.
Please call 510-418-8602 for more information about our adoption process.




This beautiful Shepard lady was dumped about 6-7 years ago on a ranch property in the East Bay hills. They made many attempt to catch or trap her but she always outsmarted them. They have left food out by the barn every day for her. This went on for years until April 29th of last year they thought they saw some kind of a wound on her leg. Animal Control and ranch hands tried several times to capture her without luck. Don’t know if she knew she needed help or was it a different approach but we were able to talk to her, approach her and slip a lead over her head. She was taken into surgery immediately and they removed a large benign mass. She has spent the past 10 months learning what it is like to be part of a family, play with other dogs and cats, to be groomed, go for a walk and sleep in a warm house. She is now ready to move on and find her FurEver new family and become a cherish member of their household.
Please call 510-418-8602 for more information about our adoption process.



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This month's featured organization is:

FurEver Animal Rescue serves the San Francisco/East Bay Area. We are a foster based rescue dedicated to providing a loving and nurturing environment for each furry friend taken into our care. With the help of our Medical Advisor, Dr. Cheryl Attoe-Bennett and local veterinary hospital, we provide state of the art medical care. Education is a key component to improving the lives our furry friends and ensuring that they get a loving FurEver new home. All staff members are strictly volunteers. We rely solely on donation and all monies received are used for the sole purpose of providing quality care to our fur kids. Your kind donations are 100% tax deductible.

Please visit our website at   and join us on Facebook  All adoptions include: spay/neuter, all age appropriate vaccines, microchipping, de-worming, FeLV/FIV testing and Heart worm testing for dogs over 6 months.

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 Animal Care Services

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

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Location : San Mateo County