Say hi to Button, Snip, Bow and Stitch. These playful sibling kittens need loving, happy homes.
This week’s featured pets up for adoption at the Erath County Humane Society include a two-month-old group of domestic shorthair siblings.
Button, Snip, Bow and Stitch were born in foster care and just returned to the shelter to be adopted.
“They are lovely, playful babies with distinct personalities,” ECHS executive director Serena Wright told Beneath the Surface News. “They have had two of the three kitten shots, have been wormed and are litterbox trained.
“When they are old enough, we will have them spayed and neutered and microchipped.”
Baretta is a six to seven-year-old female Husky mix.
“She is friendly with adult dogs, but not puppies and does have some resource guarding issues,” Serena said. “She is really good with kids and meeting new people.”
Baretta is house broken and crate-trained. She loves getting attention and is definitely a “Velcro” dog that prefers to be stuck right next to you.
“She walks very well on a leash and knows basic commands,” Serena said. “She is a bit of an older lady, but still likes to play.”
Baretta has never been around cats and is not good with livestock or chickens.
She does have separation anxiety, so it is best to put her in a crate when leaving the house.
Baretta is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm negative and on prevention.
If you would like to meet Button, Snip, Bow, Stitch and Baretta or the other 76 cats and 82 dogs that need homes, stop by the shelter located at 891 East Road in Stephenville.