Please contact Melinda (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
Willow came to the shelter skin and bones and covered in flea. She was found as a stray and brought to the shelter by Animal Control. She looked like she had been living on her own for awhile and have had multiple litters. After she was spayed, Willow went into foster and has been enjoying lots of extra meals. She has put on weight quickly. Even after being so thin, she is not food aggressive. Now she is a great house pet and also enjoys playing in a fenced in yard with her 2 big dogs and 1 small dog. She goes on group walks with her foster fur siblings and gets very excited when she sees the leash. Willow sleeps in her crate all night without a peep until she hears her foster parents get up and she is ready to go out! . She is 99% house trained, we would recommend to continue using a crate at night. Around the house, Willow loves to curl up with you and watch TV, or just hang out. Her first bath was in a sink and she loved it! She also likes to be held and likes to cuddle! If you would like to adopt Willow, please apply at scotlandhumane.org.
The adoption fee for dogs is only $125 and $90 for female cats and $60 for males. Includes introductory immunizations and deworming, spaying/neutering and a microchip. Visit our website at scotlandhumane.org to complete an adoption application. For additional information please contact us at: Scotland County Humane Society, 1401 West Boulevard , Laurinburg, NC (910) 276-9271 or email us at email@example.com.