NEWARK, NJ- PLEASE Pit Bull & Companion Cat Need New Ho

Postby HedyLitke » July 20th, 2006, 12:21 pm

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Karen or Debbie at the or
Reference ID number 47686
Abandoned Pit Bull & Companion Cat Need New Home - Newark, NJ

This is beyond sweet. A one year old pit and his1 year old cat - inseparable at the shelter. If you know anyone in the Newark area that might be able to take them both - they are family pets obviously abandoned and starving in a crate behind a shed in a nearby town - please contact them ASAP. They are too precious to be lost.
Two precious creatures were left inside this crate abandoned and starving behind a shed in a nearby town. Thank goodness some wonderful people called animal control and they were brought to the Associated Humane Society Shelter in Newark, NJ. Now Josie and her Pussycat are safe, warm and well fed. They are being kept together because we didn't have the heart to separate them. They are settling in nicely. Both are about 1 year old and very, very sweet. Josie, ! of course, is a female Pit bull and Pussycat is a 1 year old Orange male. They are so attached to one another we most definitely need to find them a home together. Josie is a happy, friendly girl who is housebroken and up to date on shots Pussycat is a typical Orange cat who likes people but simply adores Josie. Pussycat isn't too fond of other dogs..his heart belongs to Josie. If you are a very special person who's willing to open your heart and home to this mis-matched pair, please contact either Karen or Debbie at the or These two really need a fresh start together!!

For more information about the animals at the Associated Humane Society Shelter in Newark, please email Karen or Debbie at Reference ID number 47686 in your email. Or better still, stop by the shelter in person. They are located at 124 Evergreen Avenue, Newark, New Jersey, and they are rescue friendly.
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