Herbie was rescued as a stray by a very caring couple. He was hanging around thier house for a while so they looked for the owner and one couldn't be found. so they had him fixed and vaccinated. He is very friendly and loves people. He is great with other cats. He is good with dogs who respect his space. He might swat them is get to hyper with him, but he does fine with the boxers in the foster home. He takes a few days to get used to you but once he does he is a total cuddle bug. He is a gentleman looking for a home to call his own.
For more info on any animal that you are interested in please call 435-215-9282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are at the Petco in Washington, UT every Saturday from 10-4. Please note that a foster/volunteer may not be able to meet up during the week. It depends on the availability of each foster/volunteer. We do this on an all volunteer basis and all have work/family/life/etc. Since we often have our own schedules we may or may not be able to meet up with potential adopters during the week. We will make appointments with you once we have an approved application as long we are available, but we ask that you complete an application before we will make an appointment. Please note that you can get an application for either our dogs or cats on our site (www.soutocsp.webs.com). If you are interested in a particular animal or multiple animals they will most likely be at the Petco during our regular adoption hours on the weekend. Please call or email ahead of time to confirm that they will be there. An animal may be on a medical hold or a foster may not be able to bring them down or they may not be available yet. Please read the full profiles on each animal as most of the profiles say what is the best fit for an animal. For example if a dog is not doing well in a foster home with cats, then a home without cats will be required. This is the same with kids or other dogs. Most of the time it will be stated how a dog or cat is with other dogs or cats and kids.
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