Lifeline for Pets and Pets of the Week from Pasadena Humane – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

(Left) There are three shades of Molly, Madison, Sweetie and Midnight Tarties and one tabby.  This Fab Four, age 5 months, is available for adoption from Lifeline for Pets.  (Medium) A happy bowl of energy, Harmony, #A511761, is available for adoption as a 2-year-old from Pasadena Humane.  (Right) Rocky, No. A512026, is a young and playful shepherd mix who is unusually calm.  He is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane.  (Left photo courtesy of Lifeline for Pets; middle and right photos courtesy of Pasadena Humane)
(Left) There are three shades of Molly, Madison, Sweetie and Midnight Tarties and one tabby. This Fab Four, age 5 months, is available for adoption from Lifeline for Pets. (Medium) A happy bowl of energy, Harmony, #A511761, is available for adoption as a 2-year-old from Pasadena Humane. (Right) Rocky, No. A512026, is a young and playful shepherd mix who is unusually calm. He is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane. (Left photo courtesy of Lifeline for Pets; middle and right photos courtesy of Pasadena Humane)

These pets are ready to settle into their forever home — your place.

Make your Christmas sweeter with Molly, Madison, Sweetie and Midnight, four of the cutest, sweetest and most loving little girls ever!

Molly is a gray tortie, very calm and just loves to sit on laps. Madison, a gray tabby, loves to perch and rest on a friendly neck or chest. Sweetie is the tartie with the yellow triangle on her forehead. She is also very quiet and just wants attention. Midnight is a very active personality and wants to be the center of attention all the time.

Lifeline for Pets recommends that they be adopted in pairs, as Molly and Madison sleep together, and Sweetie and Midnight are also paired. Their foster mother, Janet, will give advice.

For more information, 626-351-8442. For more information about Lifeline for Pets, 626-676-9505. Email: info@lifelineforpets.org. lifelineforpets.org

Harmony, No. A511761, will make you smile.

Two-year-old Harmony is a charming low rider who will make her way into your heart, or your legs, if you’re not paying attention.

This 60-pound ball seems to be going through life without a care in the world. When she gets the “Zoomies” and runs through the yard at the Pasadena Humane, she takes on the form of a miniature tornado – all the while laughing with a beaming smile.

When she finally slows down for a minute, Harmony gets a good belly roll in the grass. She kicks her legs in the air like it’s the best thing ever.

Sympathy has lived with other dogs, so she may like a friend with a similar size and energy level. He is also quite content to be the apple of your eye!

The fee for adopting dogs is $150. All dog adoptions include spay or neuter, microchip and age-appropriate vaccines.

View photos of adoptable pets and schedule an adoption appointment on the website. Adoptions are by appointment only, and new adoption appointments are available on Sundays and Wednesdays at 10am.

Pets may not be available for adoption and may not be placed through phone calls or emails to potential adopters. pasadenahumane.org

Rocky, No. A512026, is a champion.

Rocky is a young and fun shepherd mix whose happy spirit never stops moving!

Rocky is about 2-3 years old and h is not only exceptionally playful, he is very smart. His favorite game is fetch, and he has an affinity for stuffed toys. After retrieving them, he often roams the yard to show off what expert he can catch.

He is highly motivated by food which makes him easy to train. He has already mastered several gestures and seems eager to learn more. He would be a star in an agility or knock work class.

Rocky is also especially calm for such a young and large dog. He plays hard, but then is very content to curl up on the couch and try to lie on your lap.

This sweet guy has bonded very quickly with the staff and volunteers at Pasadena Humane, so he’s sure to be someone’s forever best friend in no time!

The fee for adopting dogs is $150. All dog adoptions include spay or neuter, microchip and age-appropriate vaccines.

View photos of adoptable pets and schedule an adoption appointment on the website. Adoptions are by appointment only, and new adoption appointments are available on Sundays and Wednesdays at 10am.

Pets may not be available for adoption and may not be placed through phone calls or emails to potential adopters. pasadenahumane.org

Anissa V. Rivera, Columnist, “Mother’s Word,” Pasadena Star News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Whittier Daily News, Azusa Herald, Glendora Press and West Covina Highlander, San Dimas/La Verne Highlander. Southern California News Group, 181 W. Huntington Drive, Suite 209 Monrovia, CA 91016. 626-497-4869.

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