available pets

This sweet boy is looking for his forever home!

He is approximately two years old, kennel trained and would fit in well with a couch-potato family that likes to just hang out with their furry friends.

He is hairless on parts of his body which makes us believe he is a Crested Chi Mix. He is a skittish but does not bark at people like the typical fearless chihuaha usually does. He walks well on a leash and is not yet neutered but will be prior to adoption.

If you’d like to give this boy a loving home, fill out an adoption application.

Chestnut

Sweet little Chestnut was found under a house all alone at about 4 weeks old and taken care of by the wonderful neighbor as long as she could. At 6 weeks old, we took him in and placed him with another foster kitten. He has adapted very well to his new inside life with fellow foster brother Oaklee, who is also available for adoption.
Chestnut is an orange short-haired tabby with the sweetest personality. He’s quick to warm up to new people once he’s been caught.  His adoption fee covers neutering, a microchip and all of his kitten vaccinations (1 year’s worth and must be received at the Game Society of South MS).

Bruiser

Bruiser is nothing but…he is actually a lover, not a fighter. He weighs in at only 3 lbs, but isn’t scared of the heavyweights and LOVES everybody and everything.  If they don’t love him back though, he’ll very patiently try again to win them over with his cute little bark and playfulness.
Bruiser was adopted, then very shortly after his owner passed away. So, in his short little life of approximately 10 weeks, he’s had 3 owners.  That hasn’t stopped this little prize fighter though. He has a very happy, go lucky attitude and is always up for an adventure. Bruiser is a Chihuahua mix as far as we can tell and shouldn’t get very big, but has a big heart.

Bowser

This sweet, lovable boy wandered up to a house in Wiggins a while ago.  Despite posting him on social media, no one claimed this love bug.  We don’t know how old he is or his story, but he do know that he was loved by somebody.
We have named him Bowser. He loves to be outside, so we don’t know if he’s litter box trained. He enjoys hanging out and helping in the workshop. It appears that he is friendly to other cats and likes dogs unless they chase him.

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