Pets on a journey to Jersey to find their forever homes

TUCSON, Ariz. — Here are this week’s adoptable pets traveling to Jersey to find their forever homes! They are all up for adoption at the HOPE shelter. If you are interested in adopting, please visit their website at for application information, or you can visit their shelter any day between 12pm and 3pm.

– July is an 8-year-old short-haired brown tabby cat. He came to the shelter when his owner died, and has been craving human attention ever since. She is an extremely affectionate cat, who will walk right up to you and wrap her legs around you, while she begs for a pet. He is friendly and cuddly, and would love nothing more than to be cuddled and cuddled all day. He is great with other cats, dogs and children!

– Charlie Brown is a 10-year-old long-haired brown tabby cat. He has a short tiger hairdo going on, because he was matted when he first came to the sanctuary, but it’s growing out and he looks fantastic. He is a gentle man, who is lively and curious. He is just fine around dogs, cats and children, and would make an excellent pet.

– Pablo is a white dwarf compound. He is a very enthusiastic, playful boy, who would really love to be friends! He is deaf, but has learned hand commands, and loves to perform on cue. He is very friendly and interested in what is happening around him. He would love a family that would take him on adventures, give him an outlet for all his energies.

– Chance is a 5-year-old gray and black Australian Shepherd mix. He is a very sweet boy, who is also deaf, but he also 4 recovers. He knows some hand signals, and is very motivated. He seems to be very interested in other dogs, and has zero inclination towards them, so he would probably prefer to be the only pet in your household.

Claire Graham Is An anchor and reporter for KGUN 9. He grew up in Tucson and graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in musical theater. Claire spent a decade in Washington state, where she worked in journalism, met her husband and welcomed a child before returning home. Share your story ideas and key issues with Claire via email. or by attaching Facebook And Twitter

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