PennySaverUSA’s Pet of the Week blog feature promoting pet adoption continues to grow in popularity and we expect this edition to build the momentum even more.
Why are we so confident? Well, because our latest Pet of the Week, Zac, is just so darn adorable, that’s why!
Zac, a 1-year-old Shepherd/Pit Bull Terrier (mix) from Oceanside, CA, is a playful and sweet companion looking for a special family and home to call his own.
He loves to play and spend quality time with his favorite people friends. He also enjoys getting his exercise and going for walks. He’d be thrilled to accompany his new pet parents on their athletic pursuits and outdoor adventures. Zac is a great student! You will be amazed by how quickly he learns new tricks!
Zac will do well in a variety of homes, but a home with children 12 years and older is recommended. He would also do best in an active home without cats. His adoption fee is $105 and includes his neuter, current vaccinations, permanent microchip identification & registration, certificate for a free veterinary exam, and a license if resident of Oceanside or Vista. He is available at the San Diego Humane Society’s North Campus.
SAN DIEGO HUMANE SOCIETY AND SPCA NORTH CAMPUS
Zac’s adoption fee: $105
2905 San Luis Rey Rd.,
Oceanside, CA 92058
At work, there are some stray cats in the neighborhood, and one got pregnant and had her kittens on the roof in front of our building. It is covered in shrubbery and such, so not easy to see and we had no idea.
Well, for a couple of days we had customers telling us they could hear mewing coming from the roof out front. My boss and I went out, and climbed up on the AC unit to have a look, and we could barely make out the shadow of the baby, back in the back.
He was very skittish and we finally were able to get him down. He was the only one left of the litter that hadn’t made it down, possibly the runt. I took him home with me…he was so small.
Took him to the vet and had him checked out. He got the “OK” and we went home. Soon after, he got really sick, so sick that we thought he was going to die one night, so we took him to the emergency vet. They told me to feed him every hour some meat baby food, gatorade, and yogurt. I did this for a few days and he came back. Now he is nearly 8 months old and a very big part of our family.
My 12-year-old twins and me and the husband love him to death and he is always there inside the door when you come home and there when you are going to bed! (He’s strictly indoors now!).
His name? “Mew”, of course! If it weren’t for his loud mewing, he might not have made it.