My name is Friday, I am a sweet fellow with an affectionate side. I am staying at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA), located at the Christopher Cuter Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester.
I had a rough start, I lived on the streets and a really nice family took me in along with a lots of other feline friends and took good care of us, but when they fell on hard times; they had to find another home for us. A nice rescue lady came and retrieved me and a couple of my friends and brought us to the Cape Ann Animal Aid. As a result of some of those rough and cats, I need to be kept indoors and be feed well and I will be fine! I am a “Special” adoption. Stop by the CAAA for details or go online at: CapeAnnAnimalAid.Com
I say special is right, anyone who adopts me is one lucky human!
Oh my goodness, I am in Good Morning Gloucester! Now everyone will get to know me better. My name is Pandora and I am a four-month-old Retriever and Great Dane.
My siblings and I are here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane in Gloucester. We will be medium to large when we are fully grown. If you have the time for an active pup and want to put some excitement in your life, consider adopting me or one of my siblings, we are all sweet dogs and we love to snuggle!
Have you visited the shelter yet? If you haven’t you should come for a visit – it is incredible! Great outside trails, wonderful staff and volunteers and I love all the other animals here. If you visit, we would love to have some gently used towels, and of course, it is ok to bring toys for shelter cats and dogs. If you see you at the door, I will be sure to greet you!
Hi! My name is Woof! I am a seven-month-old, white-and-tan male kitten. I am residing and relaxing at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester. Check our website at: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com
I love it here. I have friends to play with, toys, big windows to look out, music and great staff and volunteers! Please stop by and visit me soon. I am dreaming about my forever home and I can’t wait to have a family to love.
Just remember, my name is Woof, but I am a cat.
My name is Annelisa, I am a three-month-old female Retriever mix. I will be large when I am fully grown. I am a smart girl and full of energy. I am happy and outgoing and can’t wait to meet my new family. If you would like to meet me, I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester.
It is wonderful here – the staff and volunteers, all the toys, good food, the wonderful trails and places to play outside. Remember that the Rescue Reunion will be held on Sat., June 7 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester. Registration is now open, so please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 978-283-6055.
Please excuse me – there is a family looking at the pups and I need to go over and show them I am the best choice.
Maybe they will adopt me and bring me to the Reunion in June!
On Saturday, July 19th, I will be participating in the 5th annual Run to Home Base to help returning Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families heal the “invisible wounds” of war. This is my first 9k! So far I can run a 5k, but I am willing to put in the dedication to train and run for our troops! I hope you can help me out in my fundraising journey by donating. Any amount counts. My goal is to raise $750 by July 15th, but I would love to surpass that with your help!
Please click on my link to Donate: http://www.runtohomebase.org/2014RunToHomeBase/AliciaPensarosa
Let’s Support our Troops who have risked their lives, health and families for us!
Home Base operates one of the only private sector clinics in the nation dedicated to helping veterans and their families recover from post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury through clinical care, education and research. They have provided additional support for thousands of veterans and family members through free recreational activities, work in public schools, and on college campuses. Home Base has trained more than 11,000 clinicians nationwide to recognize and treat the invisible wounds in their medical practices, and the program is engaged in national research to improve the treatment and understanding of PTS and TBI.
If you have any training suggestions, I would love to hear about them. Leave them in the comments.
Thank you for your support!
Hi! My name is Ash, on the left, and my sister Ashley. We are three-month-old Retriever/mix pups.
We are always giving kisses and having fun. We love toys, treats and playing with all the other puppies. We might have a little Hound, Shepherd or Terrier mix, too – just imagine, four dog types in one dog! If you are up to the challenge of a puppy and all the joy it can bring, please stop by and visit us soon. We are at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, (CapeAnnAnimalAid.com) located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane, Gloucester.
I can’t wait for you to meet my siblings and me, Ash!
Hi! My name is Dave and I am residing at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester. I am sweet, affectionate and loving – by the way, I am on the left; my brother on the right thinks he knows how to sing. We are here at the shelter with our other siblings. I can be a little shy, but one I know you like me back; I am fine. I think I am a Retriever mix. I am only four months old, but will be medium in size when fully grown. Now don’t get scared – we had demodectic a skin condition that can be treated. It is not catchy to other healthy dogs, people or cats. We do still need some medication and we will soon be following up with the vet. Because of our special needs, we are looking to be adopted locally so our new families can follow-up with the kind staff here at the shelter for our skin care.
If you have the time and are up to the challenge that a pup brings – and all the joy too, please stop by the Cape Ann Animal Aid soon and adopt me/us soon!
Good day! My name is Onyx, I am an eight-month-old female kitten. I am affection and enjoy company. I like to play and then I also enjoy my naps. I am a sweet and petite little girl looking for a forever home.
I am residing at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane, Gloucester. This is a beautiful shelter and if you have not visited here, please do. We have lots of cats and dogs who need loving homes.
I do hope you are looking for a cat and you select me. On the way home, we can stop by the purchase some toys and treats! When we get home, we can play with them and then the most wonderful part; I will fall asleep on your lap and dream about my new life of being spoiled and pampered!
My name is Bim, I am a seven-month-old male kitten who is residing at the beautiful Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester. I am a fun cat, I am playful, energetic and good looking. I have a handsome black-and-white coat and when I am fully grown; I will be medium in size. I love meeting new human friends.
I hope you might visit me at the shelter located at Four Paws Lane. It is so nice here and so are the staff and volunteers. If you want to go on line and learn more about me, please visit: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com you may also learn about our volunteer program, items that we appreciate receiving such as gently used towels, paper towels and of course it is okay to bring toys for shelter animals and you may leave them with me for safe keeping!
Hi, my name is Louie, I am a loving, patient, kind and smart Foxhound mix pup who is about 18-months old. I have a handsome red-and-white coat and I am a large, but gentle dog. I am residing at the Cape Ann Animal Aid located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane in Gloucester.
The shelter here is fantastic and the staff and volunteers are taking really good care of me. I hope you might like to stop by and visit meto learn more about me and the shelter, please visit: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com
I am the only Louie here, so it will be easy to find me!
Zoe is still looking for her furever home!
My name is Zoe, I am a senior lady looking for a forever home. My family moved and was not able to bring along – they felt badly and thought if I were placed at the beautiful Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, I would have a good change to find a family that loved me as much as they did. I am affectionate and mellow girl.
I love going for walks and riding in the car. I am not a big fan on being at home alone – I would like to join you at work if that is possible and if you are retired, that means we can spend lots of time together. I have shared a home with cats in the past.
I am not too bothered by the other pups here at the shelter and I love all the staff and volunteers!
I hope you might give me a chance and plan to stop by and visit me soon. I am so excited about having a family to love me again, I could cry! Please learn more about me and the shelter by visiting:
Joe Ciarametaro writes in…
“The girl is my grand daughter Claire Ciarametaro and her pet dog Lola. It is Lols’s third
Birthday, and Claire wrote a card, and is reading it to Lola.”
Happy Birthday Lola! You’re very lucky to have a special friend like Claire.
My name is Chance, I am a four-month-old male Boarder Collie/Retriever pup with a tan-and-white coat. I should be medium in size when I am fully grown. I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter, Four Paws Lane, Gloucester until I am adopted. I am here with my brother. We are active and happy pups. The shelter has lots of trails and places to play; we feel safe and well taken care of. Please stop by and visit us and you can also check out the shelter’s website at: CapeAnnAnimalAid.com
On this site you can learn more about the shelter, our wish list and upcoming events. Also, there will be photos of all adoptable cats and dogs. If you are looking for a pup, please give me a chance!