Our co-worker adopted a senior dog that was surrendered because the owners could not see the other having it. What a great dog. In the beginning, he was a little hesitant but now just wants a belly rub and likes everyone. And ohh that face. Adopting from a shelter will give you an idea of their personality. They will adapt, just give them a little time.

All pets want a secure and loving home. Some pets are given up because the family could no longer afford it or had to move and their pet would not accepted.

Consider adopting a senior pet. Here are just a couple of looking for a home.

First from S.A.F.E Sanctuary in Faribault is Glory. This bloodhound was at the Sanctuary a few years ago and now has returned as a 7- to 8-year-old. Glory is good with cats and dogs, would prefer no little kids. She is spayed and current on vaccinations. Adoption fee is $200 and $10.99 to update her microchip. If interested in Glory, please call her foster home at (507) 581-4493 and they will get back to you ASAP.

Just a reminder, the adoption fee helps pay for the care of that animal and the next.

Courtesy of S.A.F.E Sanctuary of Faribault







Steele County Humane Society in Owatonna has Mama up for adoption. She has been featured on our Kat Kountry Cat of the Week. Mama is a 9-year-old calico. She is slow to trust other cats and humans. Just give her time to adjust. Give her a few toys and away she goes. Mama is spayed and up-to-date on her vaccinations. Adoption fee is $100. Contact the Steele County Humane Society at (507) 451-4512.

Courtesy of Steele County Humane Society.