Coco loves children and playing in water, but after a year at the shelter, she’s getting depressed.


Coco

By SARA VANDEN BERGE


Coco, a five-year-old female American Pit Bull Terrier, is one of this week’s featured pets up for adoption at the Erath County Humane Society.


“She enjoys cuddling with people and prefers the couch potato life,” ECHS executive director Serena Wright told Beneath the Surface News. “She is amazing with children and loves to give kisses.”

Coco is good on a leash, but does pull because she is strong. She is house trained, well-behaved and loves to play outside with the water hose, but she should live in a home where she is the only pet.


Coco is spayed, microchipped, heart worm negative and on prevention.

“She is starting to get depressed at the shelter because she has been here so long; for almost a year,” Serena said.


Pandora is a four-year-old female domestic shorthair.


“She is a very sweet girl,” Serena said. “She loves to snuggle up in a good bed and is very laid back.”

Pandora

Pandora is also spayed, microchipped and litter box trained.


If you would like to meet Coco, Pandora or the other 89 dogs and 65 cats that need homes, stop by the animal shelter located at 891 East Road in Stephenville.