Pets of The Week: “Got Cuddle?” Our New Friends Want To Cuddle With You
With Valentine's Day this Saturday a new survey has come out on Valentines and pets. Mark & Kim talked about the results that included, among others, that 80% of people say they kiss their pet more often on a daily basis than their significant other.
The survey also noted that 63% would rather stay home and cuddle with their pet on Valentine's Day than go on a date while 83% say their pet is a better cuddler than their spouse or significant other.
With all of this in mind, especially the cuddling results, I bring you 4 new cuddling possibilities from the Ulster County SPCA...like that smooth segue huh?
We'll get started with Willy who looks as friendly as his quick bio below suggests...
Willy: 6 year Coonhound mix, this boy is absolutely amazing! Great with dogs, cats, and kids. He won't last long here!
Next up we have Zeke. Is this a heartbreaking look that just quietly screams 'Take me home' or what?! Especially with the sad story that brought him to the shelter.
Zeke: 8 year old Lab mix, came from a loving home but unfortunately his owner passed away. Zeke is great with dogs, cats, and children! He is looking for a lot of love and attention so come say hello.
All black cats at the shelter are sponsored through the philanthropy of a supporter who just loves black cats so their adoption fees are covered. That means it will be so much easier for you to take the adorable Balto home!
Balto: Adult Male. My adoption fee is waived! I am free to a great, loving home! I was brought to the UCSPCA after being found out in the freezing weather. I adjusted really well here, I just wish I could adjust to a forever home! If you come meet me I can guarantee you'll want to take me home!
And we'll close things out here with this mush, Pepani, which, in cat, means cuddler. You've got a pillow for her in your house right?
Pepani: Adult Female. I was found out in the cold. I am a very small cat with a big heart. I just want to be loved and find my forever home! I have really cool patterns on me too! Everyone always comments on how interesting my markings are! Come take me home!
If you would like to see some more pictures and get updates on the shelter you can find them at the Facebook page or you can call them at 845-331-5377. Donations of money and/or supplies are always welcome and appreciated at the shelter to help keep up with the medical expenses and the housing of all the animals that are just waiting for you to come in and fall in love.