Meet Captain, Johnny and Honey, This Week’s Pets in the San Gabriel Valley – Pasadena Star News

(Left) Captain, number A512496, is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane.  (Middle) Johnny, No. A406011, Let me tell you the secret of happiness.  This 10-year-old is still a youthful pureeing machine.  He is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane.  (Right) Little Miss Honey will bring sweet love to any home.  This 1-year-old is extremely loving and playful and is available for adoption from Lifeline for Pets.  (Left and middle photos courtesy of Pasadena Humane; right photo courtesy of Lifeline for Pets)
(Left) Captain, number A512496, is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane. (Middle) Johnny, No. A406011, Let me tell you the secret of happiness. This 10-year-old is still a youthful pureeing machine. He is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane. (Right) Little Miss Honey will bring sweet love to any home. This 1-year-old is extremely loving and playful and is available for adoption from Lifeline for Pets. (Left and middle photos courtesy of Pasadena Humane; right photo courtesy of Lifeline for Pets)

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

Captain, No. A512496, handsome and smart

Captain is a regular German shepherd who is as good as he is handsome! Skipper is almost 4 years old, and ready to be someone’s best friend!

Skipper has been out on many field trips and has become a favorite of the Pasadena Humane volunteers. He is very friendly to everyone he meets, even a curious toddler — he has been the ideal ambassador!

He walks right by you and is completely relaxed as you take a leisurely stroll through the neighborhood. When you stop for a break, he sits right next to you and takes it all in.

The skipper seems to have had some training and responds very well to training cues. She is a smart cookie!

Captain is ready to go home with you—he’s even available for a 10-day adoption trial to make sure he’s a good fit for your home!

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

Johnny, No. A406011, knows how to be happy.

Johnny is a 10-year-old cat and, according to him, is just hitting his prime. He loves to play, shoot his scratch post and sit in the window to keep an eye on the neighborhood (and the birds).

He is very agile. Johnny enjoys all the attention and will ask for it if he needs it. He is also not shy about asking for his food bowl to be refilled.

He is affectionately described as a cleaning machine – he just seems to be in a constant state of happiness. Shouldn’t we all be so lucky!

Johnny can’t wait to adopt and fill his life with joy!

Johnny’s age qualifies him for the Seniors for Seniors program. For any adopter 60 and older, Johnny can be adopted at no charge.

The fee to adopt cats is usually $100. All cat 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

Honey, playful and sweet like its name

Love is this little cat’s middle name. Honey, a 1-year-old baby, will come up to you and ask for a pet and a hug. She is also playful, and will especially like to jump for a feather stick or chase a laser light.

She was found in a feral colony in Pasadena. Trap Neuter Return The person who was feeding the colony noticed that Honey was too friendly to be there and straightened her out.

How could such a cute little cat live in such trouble but be so friendly? He must have had some human love, but then he was abandoned or wandered off and was lost.

Maybe she was so grateful to be saved. He would never have to be in such danger again. She will make someone’s lovely home very happy.

Find out more about Honey here www.lifelineforpets.org/honey.html

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

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top