I'm being cared for by: Conway Area Humane Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Missy
Breed: Domestic Mediumhair/Domestic Shorthair Mix
Color: Brown Or Chocolate
I am already spayed.
MISSY, age 8, is a survivor. Brought in by animal control as a stray, she was near death from starvation. (She weighed barely 3 lbs.) Thanks to the dedication and great care by the CAHS staff, Missy is now happy and healthy. Her eyes are brighter and her coat is regaining its luster, and she's put on 5 lbs, and has a very hearty appetite. There are two things Missy loves the most, getting lots of petting and eating! Missy also loves her toys! She is very sweet and enjoys attention and is quite affectionate, as well as being a flirty girl. She can get a little over stimulated at times and may swat or nip, so be mindful when petting. This little lady is loving life and so deserves a nurturing home (no young children, please), one where there is lots of loving and a full kibble bowl!
We are dedicated to the human/animal bond. CAHS has many programs geared toward this commitment.
Come Meet Our Pets...
223 E. Main St, Conway, NH 03818 12-4pm Thursday-Monday closed Tues & Weds
Our Adoption Process...
* Please come to the shelter so an adoption counselor can help you find a great match for your family! * If you are interested in adopting a dog and have other dogs in the home, you will need to bring them along so the adoption staff can conduct a “meet and greet” to be sure they will all get along. * For more info, including our fees, go to www.conwayshelter.org/adopt
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