The PennySaverUSA print publication is now featuring a local Pet of the Week in editions throughout California. Please check out your local PennySaver to see the Pet of the Week up for adoption in your area. Here is an example of an ad from the Orange County South edition.
PennySaverUSA’s newest Pet of the Week comes to us from the San Diego Humane Society. Her name is Lulu and as you can see in the picture to the right, she’s a real catch. She’s a 3-year-old black terrier and her adoption ID# is 90588.
Lulu can’t wait to find a special family to cherish! She can be a bit shy at first, but warms up as she becomes more familiar with her environment and gets to know you. Lulu loves relaxing, sleeping and snuggling by the side of a companion or a warm window.
This sweet girl appreciates close, trusting relationships and would do best in a home with no children.
Lulu’s adoption fee is $75 and that includes her spay, current vaccinations, permanent microchip identification, a certificate for a free veterinary exam, and a license if residing in Oceanside or Vista!
During the adoption process a San Diego Humane Society Trainer will be present to answer any questions and share how to best care for Lulu and offer tips for continued training in the future.
San Diego Humane Society
Location: 2905 San Luis Rey Road, Oceanside, CA 92058
Contact: http://www.sdhumane.org | 760-757-4357
Adoption hours: 10AM-4PM daily
That lovely little cat to the right you see is named Jellybean and she is (along with pal Sparky) the latest user-submitted Pet of the Week. PennySaverUSA Twitter follower @khealy8834 was the source of this awesome story. Tweet her to find out more about Jellybean and Sparky!
After walking around the shelter and seeing all the cats/kittens, there was no way we could narrow it down to one kitten (at least I couldn’t just pick one).
We picked our top 2 kittens and went to speak with the employees figuring we would pick one while doing the paperwork. While talking with the employees, they tugged at my emotions by saying how the one kitten would be lonely when we were both at work all day (I’m a CPA so my hours sometimes are longer).
My partner had also tried to wear me down to get two kittens so I relented. That was how we got 2.
Jellybean was 8 to 12 weeks old and while they told us Sparky was the same age, we later found out from our vet that Sparky was 3 to 4 weeks younger (and has stomach/intestinal issues).
Best decision I ever made.. These two cats are my kids. They know just how to put a smile on our faces. They have total different personalities. Jellybean is very shy around people (she normally runs under a bed when anyone comes into the condo).Sparky is the exact opposite. When someone new first comes into the apartment, she is reserved for 5 to 10 minutes watching what is going on. After 10 minutes, she’ll walk up to the person and start meowing and rubbing against them, it is very cute.
They are the best. I can’t even remember my life before them.