Right now is the PERFECT time to find your 'Quarantine Buddy' according to The Augusta Chronicle!
From The Augusta Chronicle:
The Aiken County Animal Shelter has enjoyed some amazing adoptions in the past few months. People were home on quarantine, and it was the perfect time to adopt. But now adoptions are slowing down and the shelter has some cuties that have been waiting for homes for way too long. These sweethearts are in urgent need of good homes.
Colt is a loving boy who has been on the adoption floor the longest. He has gone home with volunteers for overnights and we have learned that he is housetrained and grateful for all kindness given to him. Colt came to the shelter with bullet fragments in him! We don’t know why someone would want to shoot this sweet guy. We only know that he is lovable and very ready to find his forever home. He is beginning to show signs of depression from being in a kennel too long. This boy wants to be your TV-watching couch buddy.
Lucy is a squishy and sweet Boxer mix. Poor Lucy is afraid of thunderstorms, which we have had many of this month. We really need to get her into a home and make her more comfortable. She is the first dog walked by volunteers each morning as she is very housebroken (and like all the others listed) will not eat her breakfast until she goes out for a walk. When you make a kissing sound, she will sit and give you a kiss!
Please call the shelter at (803) 642-1537, option #5, if you would like to make an appointment to see some of them.
Don't miss out on adopting the right pet for you!