Pets of the Week: Oct. 11
Gin: When Gin first arrived at the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter, he tested positive for heartworm disease. He has gone through treatment and has been waiting patiently for a forever home. He likes to play with toys, and he loves treats and walks. He has stolen the heart of many staff and volunteers. If you would like to meet Gin, stop by any time the shelter is open.
Crimson: Crimson is a sweet gal who can be a little shy around new people. But once you get her out of her kennel and in the play yard, all she wants to do is climb up on your lap and cuddle. She does OK with other dogs and loves treat. She would like to find a nice quiet home to call her own.
Octavius: Octavius is the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter's resident fat cat who weighs in at 20 pounds. He will need to be the only cat in the home as he doesn’t seem to like other cats. He loves people and likes to sit and look out the window. If you think you have room in your heart for a big hunk, come meet Octavius
Fifi: This is a gorgeous long-haired black and white cat.She is a social butterfly and does great with other cats and would love to be adopted with her sister. Come down to meet this beauty today.
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.
Rambler: Rambler is a gorgeous, 3-year-old dark bay gelding. Originally a wild horse from the Thoreau area, Rambler is transitioning to domestic life.
Rambler is very engaging and curious. Currently, Rambler is in basic ground work training using natural horsemanship techniques. He halters and leads. Potential adopters are encouraged to participate in this training before taking Rambler home.
He stands about 14.2 hands high and weighs about 800 pounds. He is up to date on vaccinations and deworming. His adoption fee is $250.
For more information, contact Four Corners Equine Rescue at 505-334-7220 or visit www.fourcornersequinerescue.org.