The pup now known as Milly first arrived at the Dumb Friends League in 2016 after a 12-year-old found the sweet dog and brought her home.
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With a goal to help not just the homeless pets that come into our shelters for medical care, food and, perhaps most important, opportunities for second chances, the idea for the Solutions – Pet Resource Center was introduced.
Nate, a 7-year-old Domestic Shorthaired brown tabby, has a whole lot going on behind those gorgeous green eyes, but this sweet cat wants what we all do … love, a family and a place to call home.
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.
Robin Russell, volunteer writer On April 18, as part of National Volunteer Week, Phillip Tedeschi spoke to a very engaged... View Article
Foster Care Spotlight: Gregg Diamant Volunteer since: April 2017 Volunteer position: Foster, and soon Animal Care Dogs at the Quebec... View Article
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’.