Is anyone looking for a loving lap cat, a four-legged companion that will be the Garfield to their Jon? Then meet Snowball, a sweet neutered 12-year-old Domestic shorthaired kitty.
Sweet Chevy is not only enjoying her new home, but the senior pup is also one of the League’s hardest working canines as an ambassadog.
With the help of several coaches and teachers, Cecily, now a senior at Kent Denver School, organized a week-long drive to help the homeless pets at the Dumb Friends League.
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Throughout the more than 200 days she has been at the Dumb Friends League, a sweet cat with an adorable purr named Baby Girl has been considered by many but adopted by none.
Today we’d like to introduce Tohui, because we’re concerned that this small boy is being passed over by folks thinking they want BIG in a dog. They want Young. They want Frisky and Freewheelin’.
Colorado Garden Foundation (CGF) announced today its new partnership with the Dumb Friends League, bringing the 58-year-old show’s first-ever pet-friendly garden to life during the annual Colorado Garden & Home Show Feb. 4-12, 2017 at the Colorado Convention Center.
Wine, cheese and four-legged friends … some things just get better with age, and our pets are no exception! November is “Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month,” and the Dumb Friends League wants to remind all those looking to add a new pet to their life that love knows no age.