Pets of the Week: March 30
Timmy: Timmy is quite the little character. He may appear shy at first, but get him outside and you will see him spring to life. This boy loves treats, and it is fun to see him sit to get one or two. Timmy is a rather busy boy with a love for exploring, but he also will jump right up into a chair to sit next to you, if allowed. He is happy there for a short time and then he is off to find new adventures. This outgoing boy has a lot of personality and an endearing way about him that will capture your heart.
Charlotte: Charlotte was in a foster home until just last week. She is very social and looking for a home and a family to call her own. She is only nine weeks old and will need some training to learn good manners. She already has an amazing personality and will win you over with her sweet puppy kisses.
Perez: Perez has got personality and loves to curl up in your lap and sleep the day away. He is already neutered and is ready to go to his new home today. Come meet this cool cat today.
Cassie : Cassie has the looks and the attitude of the perfect cat. She likes other cats and has even interacted with a dog or two. She is looking for a home that she can explore and have adventures in and then curl up next you on the couch and take a nap.
The Farmington Animal Shelter is located at 133 Browning Parkway and can be reached at 505-599-1098. Check Petfinder.com for a up-to-date list of pets up for adoption.
Ruth: Ruth is a beautiful, 6-year-old mare. Once a wild horse, Ruth came to Four Corners Equine Rescue after being captured as part of a "trespass" herd on on U.S Forest Service land near Cuba.
Pregnant at the time, her baby has since moved on, and now Ruth is also ready for a new home. She halters, leads, loads and stands for the farrier.
Ruth is not saddle trained and will require the patient hands of an experienced person to continue her training using natural horsemanship techniques. She's a good girl and tries to please.
Her adoption fee is $350, and that includes four lessons with a natural horsemanship trainer.
For more information, go to www.fourcornersequinerescue.org or call 505-334-7220.