Pet of the Week-Cutter

Cutter, adopt, dog, cape ann animal aid

Hi!  My name is Cutter and I am handsome yellow lab pup who is one.  I am very sweet and affectionate and can’t wait to be adopted.  I like to walk and play in the back yard with the great staff here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester.   I am an adult rescue so I am looking for a home with older, calmer children or adults.

I have been asked to tell you about the Blessing of the Animals.   It will be held rain or shine on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 2 p.m. at Millbrook Meadow in Rockport in celebration of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi.   The Rev. Karin E. Wade, rector of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church invites all Cape Ann pets to this short, ecumenical service.  Animals should be on a leash, lead or in a cage or carrier.  A donation will be taken to benefit the Cape Ann Animal Aid.  Please adopt me and bring me to the blessing!

 

I hope Cutter is adopted soon! It looks like he needs someone to play football with in the backyard.

~Alicia

One comment

  • Thanks for the post –
    “I looked at all the caged animals. . . . . . . the cast-offs of human society. I saw in their eyes love and hope, fear and dread, sadness and betrayal. And I was angry.

    “God,” I said, “this is terrible! Why don’t you do something?”

    God was silent for a moment and then He spoke softly.

    “I have done something. . .

    I created you.”
    Jim Willis 1999, Humanitarian, Author of “The Animal’s Savior” and “How could you?”

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