I’m what you call a Velcro dog. I love to be with my owner! Chinese Crested dogs were bred for Therapy dogs so we love to be with our family all of the time. I would love nothing more than to eat, sleep and breathe you. I love to snuggle under the covers of your bed, ride in the passenger seat of your car and sit on your lap while you watch T.V. but I hate going in a crate! I am a Special needs adoption because I have severe skin acne and will need weekly scrubs and bathes with special shampoos to get my skin back looking the way it should. Know and love my breed? Have time for a special guy who will be loyal and true? Stop by the shelter to meet me or one of my furrier friends!
Visit www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about Stewie and all the other animals waiting for homes here at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter.
People best describe me as having a gentle soul. My name is Lua and I can be shy at first but I love when you take the time to say hello, once we have gotten to know each-other I enjoy cuddled. I like scratching posts and sleeping next to you in the bed at night. I am looking for an adult home where the humans understand that it can take time to get used to being part of a family again. I am a fan of soft napping spots, sunny windows for bird watching and lazy afternoons. I might be the purr-fect little lady for you!
Visit www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about Lua and all the other animals waiting for homes and for information about upcoming events like the Run For Rescue on Saturday, November 7th at Chandler Hovey Park in Marblehead.
Stack is the name! I am a handsome young guy with a fresh new hairdo. It certainly put some pep in my step! Oh well. I am definitely the kind of guy who likes to enjoy all of the wonderful things life has to offer, I like to find the sunny spot on the couch to take a nap, and let the wind blow my ears in the breeze. Being an adult rescue and not knowing my history I am looking for a family with older children. Stop by the shelter to meet me or one of my furry friends!
Visit www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about Stack and all the other animals waiting for homes here at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter.
Mikaela here and I was wondering if you have heard about this fun weekend on September 5th and 6th called Pooch-A-Palooza? The folks here are talking about it and it sure sounds like a “dog-gone good time” with proceeds to help support the care of dogs like me! Cape Ann Animal Aid has teamed up with Pooch-A-Palooza to put together a fun filled weekend for people and their dogs at the Topsfield Fair Grounds. I will be busy here at the shelter, meeting my new family, but I’m super excited that this event will help more pups like me find homes!
I’m about a 8 months old, so I still have puppy energy and I have to learning basic doggie skills and tricks but don’t worry I promise I’ll catch on quick! I’m a little shy but, warm up fast. I’ve been told I have some spaniel and retriever in my family mix but no one is exactly sure. What does that really matter anyways? I’ll find someone who loves me no matter what kind of mix I am! Think you have the time to be my prince or princess charming? YES?!?! Then come visit me today! I can’t wait to meet you!
Visit www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about Mikaela and all the other animals waiting for homes and for information about upcoming events like Pooch-A-Palooza this weekend.
Did someone say goofy puppy? Why yes, that’s me for sure! I am a sweet and playful boy with lots of energy, curiosity and love to share. Do you know anything about these things they call “leashes”? I am trying hard to teach the humans around here to walk in the direction I want to go. Want to take classes together? Like going for walks in the woods or playing in the water? Maybe we could help each other out, life is always much better when you have a friend by your side!
Visit www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about Brody and all the other animals waiting for homes here at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter.
Kenton is what folks call me, along with extremely sweet and loveable! I am a happy young guy between 1-2 years old who loves to play and make new friends human and canine. Sniffing trails or romping in the play yards, these are all great fun to me. I am an active and friendly fellow waiting for my match, maybe it’s you?
Visit www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about Kenton and all the other animals waiting for homes and be sure to visit our booth at the Waterfront Festival in Gloucester this weekend.
Chevy and yes you guessed it I am another one of those fabulous Super Senior gals! What is my super power you ask, why playing fetch of course, because a cat that plays fetch is super indeed! I am an affectionate lady who likes the quieter pace and keeping you company. So don’t delay stop in to visit me today. The Super Seniors Cat Adoption Program is made possible in part by a grant from the Petco Foundation.
For more information about Chevy or any of her furry friends please visit the shelter in person or check our website www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information.
Sampsy is what they call me! I love going for walks, toys are cool and I am having great fun romping and playing with lots of other dogs here. I love the pool and sprinklers…I am a water boy for sure. For some silly reason folks have overlooked all my cuteness and wonderfulness so now the shelter has reduced my adoption fee to $100 to help find me a home. I can’t wait to meet you and start making memories today! So don’t wait to come say hello to me! For more information about Sampsy or any of his furry friends please visit the shelter in person or check our website www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information.
Super Senior Max here! My super power you ask? “Purr of Calming” because I am sure to warm your heart and calm your soul once you hear my sweet purr. I have a bit of a sad story…My owner passed away and I had no one that could take care of me. With all the changes I am feeling a bit shy and like to peek out at you from my bed. Think I could be the perfect match for you and your family? Super Seniors Cat Adoption Program is made possible in part by a grant from the Petco Foundation. For more information about Max or any of his furry friends please visit the shelter in person or check our website www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information.
You can call me Lucy and I will call you my new pal! I am a Super Senior and my super power is “friendship”. I like the quieter side of life, sitting in laps or better yet laying across your chest while you nap! I am playful; love fuzzy mice and balls. I am a talkative and affectionate lady looking for a new companion for my Golden Years, could it be you? Super Seniors Cat Adoption Program is made possible in part by a grant from the Petco Foundation. For more information about Lucy or any of her furry friends please visit the shelter in person or check our website www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information.
Hello, my name is Hogan and I am a happy hound! I enjoy walks in the park and snuggle time on the couch. I get along with other dogs and like life at a slower and quieter pace. If you think I might be the fellow for you then be sure to come in soon. For more information about Hogan or any of his furry friends please visit the shelter in person or check our website www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information.
June is Adopt A Cat month so how about you take me home? My name is Savanna. I am a sweet 3 year old gal who enjoys the company of most people I meet.
I was brought to the shelter when my owner was moving and could not take me with her. It’s alright though, I am ready to explore new places and meet new faces! In my previous home I enjoyed the company of another cat as well as, a dog, so I wouldn’t mind having another four legged friend. Don’t I sound just PURRRR-fect? Visit the shelter in person or check our website www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about me and all the other animals waiting for homes.
Heather is my name and being sweet and bashful is my game! I’m a mellow and affectionate gal who is looking for that special someone to fill the void in my heart.
I must admit I also enjoy my play time, pouncing on toy mice and batting around string toys are some of my favorite things! Think I could be the perfect match for you and your family? Then stop by and visit me today!
Visit the shelter in person or check our website www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about me and all the other animals waiting for homes.
Hello there! My name is Sonny, and I am very happy to meet you.
I am a very affectionate and happy 1 year old yellow lab mix, with the energy to prove it. I love going for adventures and meeting new people. Did I mention play time is my favorite, so I sure hope it is your favorite too! Think I could be the perfect guy for you? Then stop by and meet me today!
Visit www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about me and all the other animals waiting for homes.
Looking for a sweet and lovable lady with plenty of personality? Well your search is over!
I love to play and do not act my age. I am a fool for canine companions and everyone I meet always says I am very, very sweet and a little goofy! If you are interviewing for a “best friend” and a “great family dog” position then be sure to call me in because I could be the perfect fit!
Visit www.capeannanimalaid.org for more information about me and all the other animals waiting for homes.
Held at Crusieport and all donations go to Cape Ann Animal Aid and Open Door.
Bunnie was rescued from a high-kill shelter in the area of Acworth, GA by Cape Ann Animal Aid. After receiving a clean bill of health during her routine vet exam, Bunnie was spayed and ready for adoption…but Bunnie began walking with an occasional limp, favoring her right front leg.
X-rays revealed that Bunnie had a growth plate fracture. The fracture was old and likely occurred prior to her rescue. Bunnie had begun exhibiting symptoms of pain once her leg bones grew past a certain point. That’s because the fracture stopped bone growth of Bunnie’s radius, preventing it from growing normally to match the other bones in her leg.
Buddie needs surgurey to lengthen the bone medically using a procedure called Distraction Osteogenisis. Distraction Osteogenisis surgery relies on the bone continuing to grow under medically forced circumstances. During surgery, an external fixator will be secured to Bunnie’s bone allowing for it to be slowly lengthened (.5-1mm per day) until the desired bone length is reached.
This procedure is very costly and they are anticipating a vet bill of approximately $5,250. This includes expenses (provided at a reduced cost by Cape Ann Veterinary Hospital) for pre-operative blood work and x-rays and post-operative pain management medication.
They are very close to their goal, but need your help!
Large turn out at Cruiseport for the Cape Ann Animal Aid 12th Annual Winter Ball.
So you said you were looking for a sweet, soft and gentle lady to brighten your days? Well then, allow me to introduce myself, my name is Rhonda. I am a fan of soft napping spots and lazy afternoons. Looking for someone to curl up with during the next storm? How about you and I watch the snowflakes fall outside the window while we are safe and warm together indoors? For more information on adoptable pets and upcoming events visit www.capeannanimalaid.org
I didn’t expect to find myself in this situation but sometimes life has a funny way of changing your plans so watch out Super Senior program here I come! My Super power is “Purr-suasion” because I am confident I will persuade you into falling in love. My name is Hawkeye and I am currently single and looking for my long-lasting love connection. I am a mellower fellow and prefer to be your one and only. Maybe you can make my dreams come true? For more information on adoptable pets and upcoming events visit www.capeannanimalaid.org