Meet Chum and Eddard, this week’s CVAS pets

Meet Chum and Eddard, this week’s CVAS pets. These are just two of the amazing animals living in area animal sanctuaries.

Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter There are many adorable pets looking for forever homes. While Chum and Eddard will want to meet you, check out all the other adorable animals available for adoption. Go to it. Animal shelter Link to view all their residents.

CVAS encourages anyone interested in bringing a four-legged friend into their home to check out the wonderful animals available for adoption at the shelter.

Pets find themselves homeless for a variety of reasons, needing a new home and a second chance. So if you’re looking for a new furry best friend, check out the shelter’s many residents. Either of them would make an excellent pet and wonderful companion.

Adoption by appointment

Adoption is now by appointment only, and has worked very well. Donors have also helped with supplies and money, which is vital for the shelter’s homeless animals.

Prospective adopters can call 717-263-5791 for more information.

Chim

Chum came to the shelter as a stray and we think he is about 6 years old. This Chihuahua definitely has “little man syndrome” that can be a little spicy at times and sure is like everything else. He would do best in an all-adult home. Chim weighs about 10 pounds and loves to be with people. He will need someone who understands Chihuahuas and their behavior. Chums may need to visit their potential adopters several times to bond with them before going home with them. Do you have the right place for this cute little companion?

Parker

If you’re looking for a cat hug, Eddard is your man! He is the biggest cuddle bug and loves to hold his paws on either side of you and give you kisses! Eddard is 3 years old and is struggling with stress-related diarrhea here at the shelter. He is currently on a special diet and is doing well on it – he won’t need any more special food when he gets home. He loves people so much that he can’t stand being in a cage. Can you help him?


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