Monday, July 12, 2010

Saturday Adoption Event

Just a few of the pets that were at Saturday's adoption event.

This little guy is Jack.  He has been adopted!

This is Tyson.  In spite of being a big black dog, this guy was also adopted!

I think her name is Isabelle.  She is still waiting for a home. 


This is Leo.  He's also still available for adoption.


This is my foster kitten. 
Her name used to be Mira. 
Then it turned out she was a boy, so he was renamed Lucas.
I hope he doesn't have an identity crisis now.
The pink bed probably doesn't help.

10 comments:

Bernicek said...

Awww. Thanks for the pic of Lucas. Ive been missing him. His smile made me feel a little better this morning.

Rebecca and Daisy Mae said...

What a great event! Glad some new homes were found.
Daisy Mae

mayziegal said...

Yippee for everybuddy who gots a new Most Perfect Home That Ever Was! I don't think that Lucas will have an identity crisis. Afteralls, Ripley was named after a girl and he knows EXACTLY who he is.

Wiggles & Wags,
mayzie

Cupcake said...

I wish Mommy would adopt Isabelle, she looks so sweet and fun. Hopefully she will get a great home soon.

Two Pitties in the City said...

What adorable pooches. It seems like this is a nice time for adoptions.

Kari in WeHo said...

so glad to see a BBD get adopted out

JackDaddy said...

Well, I'm very happy that Jack got adopted. I think all Jacks deserve a great home! :)

Amy and The House of Cats said...

We are glad that some of them got adopted, and we are sure that the rest will have forever homes soon. And don't worry about the name thing - it happens a lot with cats from what I have read around the blogosphere!

The Two Country Poodles & Uncle Puppy said...

To those adopted Congrats!!! and to those still waiting....You will get your home soon.


Wags and Licks,
Mollie Jo & Bobo
& Uncle Puppy

dogsmom said...

We love Big Black Dogs, even better if they are GIANT Black Dogs, or brown, or white and black, or tri colored...
but the house (and more) are full up.
I am sure those not adopted will do better next time. After all, you want a permanent loving home, not just any body.